POSTAL NEWS

NAPS Activates Grassroots Movement to Save the USPS

NAPS Activates Grassroots Movement to Save the USPS

"Action speaks louder than words” is an 18th-century idiom that should be the battle cry by which NAPS and others in the postal community evaluate our national legislators ...

APWU: Memorandum of Understanding Re: LMOUs for Offices Without a Local Union Structure

The American Postal Workers Union, AFL-CIO and the United States Postal Service have agreed on a Local Memorandum of Understanding for Offices Without a Local Union Structure. 

Fremont mail truck robber gets five years in federal prison

One of three people suspected of robbing a U.S. Postal Service worker during his lunch break in April 2018 has been sentenced to five years in federal prison, court records show.

APWU – Extension of COVID-19 MOUs

Over the recent weeks, the COVID-19 pandemic has raged across the country.  Overall cases across the US have increased.  The percentage of positives tests are increasing, and it was recently announced the overall COVID-19 caused death rate has increased.

Former Omaha postal employee charged with mail theft in federal court

An indictment alleges that Austin M. Thomas, 29, committed theft by mail between September 2019 and January 2020. Allegedly stolen were "a large number of card-sized envelopes and greeting cards that contained gift cards and cash.

NRLCA and USPS Agree to Extend COVID-19 (MOUs) Through September 25, 2020

The National Rural Letter Carriers' Association and United States Postal Service have mutually agreed to extend the Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs)

NPMHU and USPS Reach Agreement on Extension of Various COVID Related Memoranda

Extension of Covid related MOUS between USPS and NPMHU

Delivering A Lot More than Just Mail

Who would have thought ideas meant to facilitate mail delivery would not only help nearly everyone in the country, but also boost the economy as well?

Pennsylvania postal vehicle fire

Another postal vehicle up in flames. This time in Pennsylvania

Meet the new boss… better than the old boss?

These are some of the first wave of changes that will be coming to the USPS this year. Many of the changes are are good and should have been done years ago. We all need to embrace these changes to keep the USPS in service. The PMG said this..

The Postal Service is ready for Tax Day

As the coronavirus pandemic took hold during the spring, the federal government postponed the traditional April 15 filing deadline until July 15.

U.S. Postal Service’s New Stamps Savor the Flavor of America’s Produce

The U.S. Postal Service captures the classic beauty of still-life paintings with the release of stamps featuring 10 different images of fruits and vegetables.

Joe Biden’s Bad Ideas Include Postal Banking

As his campaign moves forward, former Vice President Joe Biden’s platform is coming into focus. The first indication of the direction in which he will be going is the “Biden-Sanders Unity Task Force,” released on July 8.

Postal Employee Charged With Stealing Mail

Freeman worked as a mail carrier for the Goreville post office. The indictment charges that she stole over $500 worth of rebate checks sent by Menards to customers along her mail routes in February and March, 2020.
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