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
A portrait of the nation’s first Postmaster General recently returned to USPS headquarters in Washington, DC.
The 7-foot painting of Benjamin Franklin was commissioned in 1918 for PMG Albert Burleson. The artist was Benedict Anton Osnis. Continue reading
A Michigan boy was selling Kool-Aid outside his home for only 50 cents, but the mailman didn’t have any change on him when he came by. Continue reading
This week’s episode of “America’s Got Talent” will feature a Postal Service retiree who is part of a 1960s soul group on the comeback trail.
BARBERTON, Ohio– An elderly man is alive thanks to the woman who delivers his mail. Continue reading
TAMPA, Fla. – A United States Postal Worker and four Tampa police officers are being called heroes after they worked together to save the life of a 68-year-old Vietnam veteran trapped inside his Tampa home. Continue reading
“When they smile, and it’s genuine, it actually picks my day up,” says an enthusiastic Jerred Thill.
He’s been trying to deliver smiles to his customers for the four years that he’s been with the Postal Service, which is why he always has one on. Continue reading
The Postal Service stopped sorting mail aboard trains in 1977, but one Railway Post Office (RPO) made an encore run this month.
To commemorate the final run of the last RPO, the Minnesota Transportation Museum transported mail in a train car that once served as a Railway Post Office. Continue reading