Well this certainty beats sitting in #bouldertraffic
They're made by British electric truck company Arrival, and will come in three sizes: 3.5-tonne, six-tonne, and 7.5-tonne. They will be able to travel for 100 miles on a single charge.
The American Postal Workers Union (APWU) has ratified a contract that covers approximately 1,100 USPS employees in Information Technology and Accounting Services.
But his fears were realized when the package was delivered to the wrong address, signed for by a stranger.
Before Congress stands aside and allows stamp prices to continue skyrocketing, lawmakers ought to be held accountable for tying the agency’s hands in some respects.
DEFUNIAK SPRINGS, FL – A 48-year-old employee of the U.S. Postal Service was charged with battery after ramming a coworker with a pallet filled with parcels
For years the U.S. Postal Service has put its stamp of approval on defective shoes that can quickly fall apart, putting letter carriers at risk of injury and often forcing them to pay for costly replacements out of their own pockets, union officials say.
DENVER (KKTV) - A former U.S. Postal Service employee was sentenced for lying about having cancer to take sick leave. Part of her punishment includes service at a cancer treatment center.
Operations were suspended, the doors shut and locked promptly at 4:30 p.m., and the sign turned to “Closed.”
You see ZIP Codes every day, but how much do you know about them? “The list” is here to help you sort it all out
When it comes to counterfeit stamps, the United States Postal Service is not feeling the love.
The first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in almost a century swept across the United States Aug. 21, a cosmic experience that brought together millions of people and cast the Postal Service in a unique role.
The Hill contributor Linda Thomas Brooks’ recent opinion piece (“Don't give the Postal Service virtually unlimited power to raise rates on its own”) misrepresents the facts concerning the Postal Service’s financial condition and its proposal regarding continued product regulation.
On Aug. 19, career letter carriers began earning the first two cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs) payable under the new contract that were effective Sept. 3, 2016, and March 4, 2017, as well as the 1.2 percent general wage increase that was effective Nov. 26, 2016.
Sen. Ron Johnson and Rep. Trey Gowdy are digging deeper into the leave policies of various federal departments in the wake of recent reports that the U.S. Post Office violated the Hatch Act when their employees took official leave to campaign for Hillary Clinton in 2016.