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Small business owner calling for change within the U.S. Postal Service

Small business owner calling for change within the U.S. Postal Service

A Manistee County man who mailed his wife visa documents through the U.S. Postal Service three months ago is still waiting for the package to be delivered ...

The Thompson Submachine Gun: Made for the U.S. Postal Service?

The first U.S. government customer was actually the United States Postal Inspection Service and the weapon was carried by agents to protect mail on trains and in trucks.

The spotlight is on two images in Natick that some believe are racially insensitive

NATICK – Inside the Natick Post Office is a mural painted on a wall where customers wait in line to mail their packages.

McKees Rocks Man Sentenced to Prison for Assaulting a Postal Carrier

PITTSBURGH - A resident of McKees Rocks, PA, pleaded guilty today and was sentenced in federal court to 46 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release on conviction of assaulting a federal employee, United States Attorney Scott W. Brady announced today.

Senate Legislation Calls for Postal Support

In order to combat these losses, Senators Susan Collins (R-ME) and Diane Feinstein (D-CA) introduced legislation, the Postal Service Emergency Assistance Act, providing the Postal Service with $25 billion in emergency funding, with priority given to the purchase of personal protective equipment for employees and the cleaning and sanitizing of facilities and vehicles.

New system speeds asset removal

The Postal Service has a new system to help efficiently certify and retire equipment and other capital assets that are no longer needed.

Customer Connect passes $3 billion

The Postal Service’s Customer Connect program has surpassed $3 billion in total revenue since its creation in 2003, a milestone that is helping the organization move closer to its big sales target this year.

Sens. Booker, Schumer, Peters Introduce Resolution Defending USPS, Urging More Funding to Offset COVID-19 Losses

The COVID-19 pandemic has made the U.S. Postal Service more essential than ever, with Americans across the country, particularly vulnerable populations like the sick and the elderly, relying on their services for packages and letters as well as ballots and medications,” said Leader Schumer.

Lovettsville Postal Worker Found Guilty of Petit Larceny

For his sentence, Clark is required to complete 80 hours of community service between now and May 27, 2021. At that point, he will come before a judge to show that he has completed the community service and paid all court costs.

Senators Collins and Feinstein Introduce “Postal Service Emergency Assistance Act”

Prior to recessing for the July 4th weekend, Senators Susan Collins (R-ME) and Diane Feinstein (D-CA) introduced bipartisan legislation to provide the Postal Service with much-needed financial relief to help offset the impact of COVID-19.

America’s Postal Service is made up of real heroes. This is no time to let it die

Even amid a global pandemic, these public servants continue to deliver food, prescription drugs, benefit checks and essential packages to Americans every single day.

Retired Paramount Postal Worker Sentenced For Bribery Scheme

A former employee of the United States Postal Service in Paramount was sentenced Wednesday to more than eight years in federal prison for accepting bribes from business customers in exchange for falsely approving unpaid or underpaid bulk mail shipments, causing about $11.74 million in total losses to his employer.

Does the Postal Service Have an Effective Employee Exit Process?

Exit processing refers to procedures followed when an employee separates from the Postal Service. Separations are personnel actions that result in taking the employee off the rolls of the Postal Service.

#MailedIt: Celebrities Show Support for U.S. Postal Service

Celebrities have thrown their weight behind a Twitter campaign urging people to show their support for the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) as it calls for emergency funding to stay afloat.
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