The 112th Congress may go down as the biggest do-nothing Congress in history and that’s perfectly displayed in what’s about to happen to the U.S. Post Office.
If you get a few plastic grocery bags in your mailbox, it’s not a mistake. For the 20th straight year, the National Association of Letter Carriers is carrying out its Stamp Out Hunger food drive Saturday.
Time is running out for South Floridians scrambling to put the finishing touches on their state and federal tax returns ahead of tonight’s midnight filing deadline.
Why does a man go to the post office to pick up a live rooster? Police in Boynton Beach say Danny Pham wanted his fowl for fighting, and that’s against the law. Pham had a date with a judge, and his mail-order chicken was saved from the cock-righting ring.
If you finished your Christmas shopping over the weekend and planned to get your holiday cards in the mail today, join the crowd.
Miami officially has a new Postmaster General. Jerry Long was sworn in Tuesday morning and said in his 30-year career, he’s never seen more challenging times.
The United States Postal Service continued to hemorrhage money in the last year and is now looking at possibly closing approximately 3,700 post offices nationwide, including three in South Florida.
At the corner of Northeast 1st and 1st in downtown Miami sits the 100 First Avenue Building. It is for sale.
Congress woman Federica Wilson met with officials in Liberty City Saturday to talk about the recent closing of a local post office. In total, two South Florida post office were declared permanently closed Friday.
This Saturday, the U.S. Postal Service will join the nation’s largest hunger relief organization in the 19th annual “Stamp Out Hunger” food drive to benefit needy families here in South Florida and across the rest of the nation.