Over the holidays, the U.S. Postal Service really delivered. The USPS is reporting that for the month of December they delivered 524 million packages, an 18-percent increase over December 2013.
Every year, children from around the world write letters to Santa listing items they would like to open Christmas morning.
Are your holiday cards sign, sealed but not yet delivered? You’re not the only one. In fact, if you plan on sending a card or package Monday, you are one in several million.
Once you’ve finished putting stamps on the holiday cards, and taping gift boxes shut—it’s up to the United States Post Office to deliver.
Lightning struck a near a U.S. postal service worker’s truck and sent a charge of electricity through it Friday.
If you hate getting junk mail, you’re not alone, and now there’s something you can do about it.
Sending greeting cards, rent checks, and birthday cards will cost you a little more in the New Year—which is right around the corner.
With South Florida being a big culture melting pot, mail is always being sent out and received from other countries every day. However, some of the mail that comes in from those other countries isn’t typical postcards or packages.
Excitement in a Miramar housing development Friday evening as fire trucks and police cars lined the streets.
Congress passed legislation Thursday requiring the U.S. Postal Service to have six-day delivery.