ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) — The way Jenna Zermeno drives her car is certainly unusual. Continue reading
WASHINGTON, DC — Let’s face it, this year has been a struggle for so many people in more ways than one. Thoughts of kids, the holidays and wondering how to provide for them may also be weighing heavily on many. But take heart, Santa and the Postal Service are way ahead of you, and are here to help. Continue reading
CHICAGO (CBS) — A former postal worker is making it her mission to improve the lives of others this winter.
For the past seven years, Wanda Tolbert has handed out backpacks to the homeless. On Saturday morning, she gave away 50 more at the Franciscan homeless shelter on the city’s West Side.
The backpacks are filled with essentials including socks, gloves, toilet paper, blankets, and more. They are her way of lending a hand to Chicagoans in need.
Tolbert said as a letter carrier, she would buy meals for the homeless on her route – and she learned a small gesture can go a long way.
She hopes she can inspire others to do the same.
“Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.”
While it isn’t the official U.S. Postal Service motto, it’s something mailwoman Amy Bezerra has kept to for the past 25 years. And now, we can add COVID-19 to that list of things that postal workers press through. Continue reading
NORWALK (CBSLA) — Postal carrier Fernando Garcia was on his route in Norwalk, when he heard a call for help. Continue reading
WASHINGTON, DC — Celebrate the holiday season with Holiday Delights, a new stamp issued by the U.S. Postal Service. Inspired by folk art but with a modern graphic vibe, these charming designs will add a touch of whimsy to your holiday mailings. Continue reading
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Blackwood, NJ, Carrier Technician Lonna Lenher was recently making deliveries when she grew concerned about an older customer whose mail was piling up. Continue reading
CORINTH, Miss. (WTVA) – The Corinth mayor held a special ceremony for a postal worker whom people are calling a hero. Continue reading
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A gathering lead by letter carriers in Minneapolis met outside the torched U.S. Post Office on East Lake Street Sunday morning. Continue reading
Americans overwhelmingly support a federal bailout for the cash-starved United States Postal Service. They view the USPS as a vital civic institution – one that despite a crisis brought on by massive debts and falling revenue continues to reliably deliver medicine, communications and absentee ballots that allow Americans to vote safely during the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading