In writing letters back to children waiting to hear from Santa, John Cooper always makes sure to tell them to behave well.
In Blount County, Alabama, police found as many as 400 FedEx packages dumped in a ravine.
Postal workers who recall packages and letters piled up in distribution hubs a year ago are gearing up for another holiday crush.
Postal workers who recall packages and letters piled up in distribution hubs a year ago are gearing up for another holiday crush. The United S…
Democrats took control of all parts of Virginia’s government in 2019 and steadily started liberalizing the state’s voting laws. They made mail…
The new slowdowns will impact delivery times and increase pricing for delivery. Source by: Stringr
More than 156 million households around the country have already received their third stimulus checks. But people experiencing homelessness may be missing out on money they’re eligible to receive because the IRS doesn’t have enough information about them. And not only could many unhoused people be missing out on the $1,400 third stimulus payment: They […]
The entry is a sneak peek into the rest of your home, so you want it to be a functional space that also makes a statement. This area tends to become cluttered with miscellaneous items that don’t make it too far past the door. Organize the entry space to handle daily in-and-out items. Cover one wall with blackboard paint so you can leave reminder messages, or add fun hooks and shelves to keep keys, mail and other items sorted.
The Fremont Business Improvement District Board discussed the mailing of its newsletter and a proposal for a fountain in the downtown area at …
If you're still ordering gifts for loved ones or sending items to them through the mail, you should probably do it soon.
Mail ballots made it easier to vote, but harder to count. Plus, get updates on the election results and view a timeline of what comes next.
Don't expect a "Trump wins" or "Biden wins" headline on BuffaloNews.com Tuesday night. Or in the newspaper Wednesday morning.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced many to turn to mail-in voting. With laws differing from state-to-state, the process can often be confusing. A look at the laws of different states on mail-in voting and what the impact mail-in voting will have on the election.
Cape May County Clerk Rita Fulginiti showing how to fill out a vote by mail ballot
Question: What's the difference between absentee voting and mail voting?
CLAIM: A photo of mail bins and envelopes on the side of the road shows discarded Trump ballots found in states such as California, Texas and Pennsylvania.
Facing a fierce public outcry, the U.S. Postal Service is “suspending” its sudden cost-cutting moves — tossing out high-speed sorting machines…
Shoring up postal service: Voting 257-150, the House on Saturday passed a bill (HR 8015) that would prohibit the U.S. Postal Service from reducing service below levels in effect at the start of the year and require it to treat official election envelopes as first-class mail in this fall’s balloting. In addition, the bill would provide $25 billion requested by the postal service for coping with the coronavirus outbreak in the budget year starting Oct. 1. Until the pandemic has run its course, the bill would prohibit the USPS from delaying deliveries or increasing the backlog of undelivered mail; closing or consolidating any post office or reducing its business hours; denying overtime pay to USPS employees, or watering down measurements of whether service standards are being achieved.
With heated debate over mail delays, the House approved legislation Saturday that would reverse recent changes in U.S. Postal Service operations and send $25 billion to shore up the agency ahead of the November election.
RIO GRANDE — Holding signs and chanting “Save our mail, save our vote,” about 40 people gathered Friday morning on the sidewalk in front of the Rio Grande Post Office at 1087 Route 47.
ATLANTIC CITY — Local leaders gathered outside the U.S. Post Office on Atlantic Avenue on Thursday afternoon and urged universal support for the beleaguered Postal Service ahead of an Election Day where millions of Americans will be casting their votes by mail.