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Family says postal worker destroyed yard last month — and it’s still not fixed

HENRY COUNTY, Ga. - Channel 2 Action News is getting results for a Henry County family who watched as a postal truck dug up their front yard and ...
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Geico Sues Gov’t For Damages After Postal Service Car Crash

Law360 (January 10, 2019, 5:29 PM EST) -- Geico car insurance hit the U.S. government on Wednesday with a suit in Alabama federal court for more than ...
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New Great Lakes Area Vice president appointed

Erica Brix has been appointed Great Lakes Area’s vice president, a position she has held on an acting basis for the past year. Brix oversees all operations, ...
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PRC Issues FY 2018 Annual Report to the President and Congress

Washington, DC – The Postal Regulatory Commission today released its Fiscal Year 2018 Annual Report to the President and Congress. The report provides a summary of the main ...
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USPS wants to help you understand the standards of ethical conduct rules and how to follow them

If you’re a Postal Service employee, you’re expected to comply with the federal government’s principles and standards of ethical conduct. If this is news to ...
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U.S. Postal Service faces nearly $150,000 in penalties for heat-related death of Woodland Hills mail carrier

Federal workplace safety investigators have cited the U.S. Postal Service for violations totaling nearly $150,000 following the heat-related death of a mail carrier in Woodland ...
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MetLife Can’t Escape Suit Over Postal Worker’s Death

Law360 (January 9, 2019, 8:39 PM EST) -- A New Jersey federal judge declined to toss a suit seeking accidental-death benefits from Metropolitan Life Insurance ...
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FedEx and UPS Could Lose Billions as Amazon Air Expands

Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN) is expanding its fleet of cargo planes to 50, potentially taking billions of dollars in business from FedEx (NYSE: FDX) and UPS (NYSE: UPS), as it assumes more responsibility ...
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Commissioner Nanci E. Langley Elected Vice Chairman of the Postal Regulatory Commission

Washington, DC – The Postal Regulatory Commission (Commission) voted unanimously during a Commission public meeting on December 17, 2018 to designate Commissioner Nanci E. Langley as ...
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Small Packets from China to Get More Expensive

Small packages from China (and elsewhere) delivered to shoppers by the US Postal Service will become more costly for overseas sellers, helping to level a ...
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Postal Worker Receives Minor Injuries In Crash

Robert Holderman IV, age 18 of Navarre, was traveling north on Scenic Highway as postal worker Eric Weatherford, 35, was stopped partially of the road ...
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Driver of stolen Postal Service truck arrested after chase ends in crash

As the U.S. Postal Service motto says, "Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of ...
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Hearts Blossom stamp arrives Jan. 10

The Postal Service will release Hearts Blossom, this year’s first stamp, Thursday, Jan. 10. The stamp is part of the Love series and features the ...
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New Thin-Slot Mailboxes May Have Solved the Scourge of ‘Mail Fishing’

There’s a new mailbox in town that appears to be reducing the crime known as “mail fishing.” For more than two years, we’ve been reporting on ...
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Chief Human Resources Officer Jeffrey Williamson to depart USPS

Chief Human Resources Officer Jeffrey Williamson will leave the Postal Service this week to return to the private sector. Williamson has served in his current ...
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Beloved post office in Bridal Veil closes after vandalism, leaving wedding invites in the lurch

"It's -- cozy," postal clerk Tara Stiller said in 2015. "That's a nice way to describe it." It is a nice way to describe it, ...
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NALC: USPS expands Wounded Warriors Leave

USPS recently updated the Wound Warriors Leave policy effective January 5, 2019. Eligible military veterans will be credited with 104 hours of Wounded Warriors Leave each ...
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Despite finding no discrimination, court holds USPS liable for retaliation

The firing of a long-time postal police worker for sleeping on the job was retaliation for her discrimination complaint, the 1st U.S. Circuit Court has ruled ...
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Belgrade, Maine postal workers praised for pulling driver from burning tanker truck

BELGRADE — Flames were already pouring out the back of the overturned, fuel-filled tanker truck when mail carriers Nick Claudel and Joe Arsenault and their ...
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U.S. Postal Service to Dedicate Cactus Flowers Forever stamps

  What: The U.S. Postal Service will celebrate the beauty of cactus flowers with 10 new stamp designs. The first-day-of-issue event for the Cactus Flowers ...
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