Top postalnews.com stories of the week September 8-14

  1. New Mailing Process for Cremated Remains Effective Sept 30, 2019
  2. 50 Homemade M-80s Intercepted by Postal Workers in Virginia; North Carolina Man Pleads Guilty
  3. Massachusetts Postmaster Charged with Stealing Government Funds
  4. USPS investigating mail theft at Las Vegas branch
  5. UPS To Hire About 100,000 For Holiday Season
  6. Spooky Silhouettes Forever Stamps to be Released in Time for Halloween
  7. Postal Employee Sentenced to Over Seven Years In Prison for Delivering Meth
  8. Homeless deliver problems to Mar Vista Post Office
  9. US postal worker accused of making up story about shooting after accidentally discharging his gun in his mail truck
  10. US Postal Service charter flights have big, [REDACTED] problem

Top postalnews.com stories of the week September 1-7

  1. 29 Year old Texas letter carrier was one of the victims in the state’s latest mass shooting
  2. Michigan local NALC president pleads guilty to embezzling union funds
  3. US postal worker accused of making up story about shooting after accidentally discharging his gun in his mail truck
  4. Man Sentenced to 30 Years for Murdering Postal Worker in Fit of Road Rage
  5. NALC Files Lawsuit on Consolidated Casing Initiative
  6. Former New Jersey Postal Workers Union Officer Admits Embezzlement
  7. Kentucky USPS Contractor Pleads Guilty to Stealing Mail Parcels Containing Veterans’ Medication
  8. U.S. to leave global postal union next month barring last-minute action; exit could send global parcel rates soaring
  9. U.S. Postal Service Delays New Mail Truck Choice to 2020
  10. What Amazon’s One-Day Delivery Means for UPS, FedEx, Walmart and Target

Postal Employee Sentenced to Over Seven Years In Prison for Delivering Meth

LITTLE ROCK—A letter carrier from West Memphis was sentenced Wednesday for his role in a methamphetamine conspiracy that federal authorities have charged as Operation “Money Don’t Sleep.” Hayward Cleavon Shaw, 44, was sentenced to 90 months in federal prison by U.S. District Judge James M. Moody. Cody Hiland, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas, announced today’s sentencing. Continue reading