In this digital age of e-mails and text messages, it’s rare to keep in touch with someone through an old-fashioned letter. But it wasn’t so long ago that this was one of the main ways to stay connected. Jolie Raimondo was reminded of that when she stumbled upon an old box full of letters.
The inscription on New York City’s U.S. Postal Service headquarters reads: “Neither snow nor rain nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.”
Six envelopes containing an unknown white powdery substance prompted the evacuation of the Pine County Government Center Tuesday afternoon, according to the Pine County Sheriff’s Office.
A 27-year-old Hinckley woman has been charged with allegedly stealing cash and gift cards from the U.S. mail while working as a postal carrier, the United States Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday.
To help out last-minute tax filers, the Post Office at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport will offer retail and collection services until midnight on April 15.
A rally was held Sunday afternoon for concerned citizens pushing to keep mail delivery on Saturdays.
The U.S. Postal Service will stop delivering mail on Saturdays but continue to deliver packages six days a week under a plan aimed at saving about $2 billion annually, the financially struggling agency says.
A Duluth Post Office worker pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court to stealing about $1,500 in Menards rebate checks and Big Game Money Cards from residents along his mail route.
A 41-year-old man was sentenced to nearly six years in prison for stealing mail and using the identities of the victims to create bank accounts to obtain cash.
People living in a western Minnesota nursing home have an unusual system for getting their mail. The mailman often brings some helpers who waddle along behind him.
You might be getting an important, unexpected package in the mail this weekend as part of a drill to get the Twin Cities ready in case of a chemical terrorist attack.
A 40-year-old woman charged with trying send a puppy through the mail has been deemed incompetent.
With no financial relief in sight, the U.S. Postal Service is pushing ahead with planned cuts to more than 260 mail processing centers around the nation, part of a billion-dollar cost-cutting effort that will slow delivery of first-class mail.
Tuesday is the U.S. Post Office’s busiest day of the year, according to the Postmaster in St. Paul.
An Eagan woman said she helped tip police off to a newspaper delivery person who kept stealing her packages.