In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, many residents of Puerto Rico look for normalcy, and one clear sign of things getting back to normal, is having their mail delivered. The storm aftermath and the lack of power created issues with logistics and the ability to transport the influx of care packages and donations being sent, so the Air National Guard, stepped up to help deliver the mail. Continue reading
After 44 years of service, James R. Bailey retired from the Azalea Post Office in Tyler, Texas. Continue reading
WEST BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. – When a mail carrier in West Bloomfield Township saw a vehicle speeding and swerving Thursday, he jumped into action and stopped it. Brandon Franklin was driving on Orchard Lake Road during his route when he saw a Jeep traveling erratically. Continue reading
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Two Postal Service employees recently teamed up to ensure the safety of a man with Alzheimer’s disease who was lost in a Broomfield, CO, neighborhood. Continue reading
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Rural Carrier Christene Wiggins was delivering mail recently in Princeton, NC, when she encountered an older customer in an unusual predicament: He was trapped in a tractor. Continue reading
MINNEAPOLIS (KMSP) – Breast cancer is a cruel, and in many cases chronic disease.
Yet it’s the illness that has brings one south Minneapolis community closer together.
Michele Slack and Laura Stegenga are both 47 years old.
Slack is a 13-year USPS letter carrier. Stegenga is a Linden Hills wife and mother of two.
Aside a shared age and gender, they share a plight in common. They’ve both been handed stage four breast cancer diagnoses.
The Jamestown, North Dakota Sun hands out these bravos this week: Continue reading
CHICAGO (CBS) – A Melrose Park letter carrier is about to retire after 60 years on the job – one of the longest-serving postal workers in history. Continue reading
Neighbors in a Winfield subdivision gave their retiring letter carrier Tom Nemec a remarkable gift Monday — the gift of knowing he made a difference and touched more than a few lives. Continue reading