USPS lists shipping deadlines, estimates busiest days

WASHINGTON, DC — Even under normal circumstances not everyone can get together for in-person celebrations. But this year has been anything but normal. As a result, many are resorting to shipping gifts and relying on video technology to bring them together for all of their holiday festivities. And while we can’t fix your tech issues for the video celebrations, we can ensure your gifts arrive in time for the fun. No matter what you order on Cyber Monday, or throughout the holiday season, you can Click-N-Chill with the Postal Service as We Deliver for Yule. Continue reading

Top postalnews.com stories of the week November 15-21

  1. U.S. Postal Service Announces Upcoming 2021 Stamps
  2. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s remarks from Nov. 13, 2020 open session meeting of the Board of Governors
  3. U.S. Postal Service Announces Leadership Promotions and Structural Modifications
  4. U.S. Postal Service Announces New Domestic Competitive Prices for 2021
  5. Texas rural carrier undertaking task of spreading Christmas cheer while delivering mail from her hearse
  6. Former postal worker sentenced to 27 months in prison for public assistance fraud, mail and identity theft
  7. For the First Time in 108 Years, Operation Santa is Nationwide!
  8. Fresno Man Sentenced to 30 Months in Prison for Assaulting a Postal Worker
  9. Retired Postal Worker Wanda Tolbert Gives Away 50 Backpacks To Homeless At Chicago Shelter
  10. Sweet postmaster still loves job at 90

Hartford postal worker charged with stealing cash and gift cards from letters

John H. Durham, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, and Matthew Modafferi, Special Agent in Charge of the U.S. Postal Service, Office of Inspector General, today announced that a federal grand jury in Hartford has returned an indictment charging NATHANIEL BONILLA, 31, of Bristol, with three counts of theft of mail by a postal employee. Continue reading

USPS Letter Carrier Robbed In Baltimore, Up To $50K Reward Offered For Suspect Information

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The United States Postal Inspection Service along with Baltimore police are searching for a suspect who allegedly robbed a US Postal Service Letter Carrier while they were delivering mail in Baltimore on Monday.

It happened in the 2700 block of West Mosher Street at around 6:10 p.m. The suspect fled in the carrier’s USPS vehicle, a Dodge Sprinter van with official USPS markings. The mailman was not hurt.

“The safety and security of postal workers out making their deliveries is paramount,” Michael Martel, a spokesperson for the Postal Inspection Service, said.

Source: USPS Letter Carrier Robbed In Baltimore, Up To $50K Reward Offered For Suspect Information – CBS Baltimore