A postal worker who was hit and killed in a June 18 incident at the Brooklyn Center Post Office has been identified. Police said the postal employee was backing their truck up to the loading dock when it struck another employee who was on foot.
A postal worker was hit and killed Tuesday morning after an accident at the Brooklyn Center Post Office, according to police. Authorities said officers were called around 7:25 a.m. to the post office located at 6845 Lee Ave. in Brooklyn Center.
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.
Post offices as well as all local, state and federal government offices will be closed Monday to mark Martin Luther King, Jr., Day.
The one thing you can’t get when you shop online is instant gratification. Now the gratification is getting closer to instant.
Folks who live in a southern Minnesota trailer park are going to have to start driving to the post office to get their mail.
Tuesday is the U.S. Post Office’s busiest day of the year, according to the Postmaster in St. Paul.
Duluth’s main post office has reopened after a woman wearing a military gas mask walked into the building with a duffel bag and package.
Two years ago Thursday, a postal worker named Art Tilson died at the Minneapolis Post Office Distribution Center. His friends believe his life could have been saved if there had been an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) in the building.
A northwestern Minnesota man is charged with a burglary last month at the Red Lake Falls Post Office.
U.S. postal workers across Minnesota and the rest of the country will collect non-perishable food Saturday as part of an effort to fight hunger.
A bombing that killed a central Minnesota postal worker remains unsolved 35 years later.
The puppy that was almost mailed to Atlanta by its owner will be put up for adoption on Friday.
It’s hard to picture Christmas without sending and receiving that giant pile of Christmas cards. But now that so many of us stay in touch with our friends online, is the internet killing the Christmas card?