Tampa, Florida – U.S. District Judge William Jung has sentenced Ariel Tillman (37, Tampa) to two years and eight months in federal prison for credit card fraud and aggravated identity theft. As part of her sentence, the court also entered a money judgment of $225,271.04, the proceeds of the fraud. Continue reading
From USPS News Link:
The Postal Service no longer requires employees and contractors who are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 to wear face coverings, except where required by federal, state, local, tribal or territorial laws, rules and regulations, including local business and workplace guidance. Continue reading
A settlement (M-01954) has been reached between NALC and USPS regarding national-level grievance Q01N-4C-C 07098868 concerning the assignment of deliveries to Contract Delivery Service (CDS) prior to the effective date of the 2006 collective bargaining agreement. The parties agree to close this interpretive case without prejudice to the position of either party in this or any other matter. Any grievance held pending the outcome of case Q01N-4Q-C 07098868 will be processed in accordance with Article 15 of the National Agreement. Continue reading
Rural Carrier Associate Michael Huling was making deliveries on a winter day in Baldwinsville, NY, when he saw a customer fall at a mailbox. Continue reading
LAS VEGAS, Nev. — A Las Vegas resident was sentenced Thursday to two years in prison for robbing two U.S. Postal Service (USPS) mail carriers while they were delivering the mail. Continue reading
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – An Ozark, Missouri, man pleaded guilty in federal court today to assaulting a postal carrier who was delivering his mail. Continue reading
The Postal Service has launched a USPS Connect Local pilot for small-business customers in Houston and Dallas to provide local-to-local same-day and regional next-day package delivery at affordable rates. Continue reading
WASHINGTON, DC — The U.S. Postal Service reported initial fourth-quarter service delivery performance data that showed continued improvement from the third quarter across all First-Class, Marketing and Periodical mail categories. Continue reading
Wallkill, NY, Rural Carrier Austin Heller was recently delivering mail when he witnessed a collision that left a vehicle in flames.
While 911 was called, Heller — who is also a volunteer firefighter — stopped and rushed to aid the victims in the car on fire.
The Postal Service employee rescued two children buckled in car seats, then helped the driver reach safety as well.
Emergency responders soon arrived to provide further assistance.
“In saving these lives, Austin demonstrated heroics and bravery, and he went above and beyond his call of duty,” said local Officer in Charge William Casmay.