USPS To Release Stamp Commemorating 400th Anniversary Of Mayflower's ArrivalThe U.S. Postal Service will commemorate the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower’s arrival in Massachusetts with a new Forever stamp.
SJC To Hear Arguments In Lawsuit For More Time To Count Mail In BallotsMassachusetts highest court is weighing whether to grant more time to count mail ballots in the state's Sept. 1 primary election amid concerns of U.S. Postal Service delays.
Thousands Of Chicks Arrive Dead To New England Farmers Amid USPS TurmoilAt least 4,800 chicks shipped to Maine farmers through the U.S. Postal Service have arrived dead in the recent weeks since rapid cuts began.
Mass. Political Leaders Accuse Postmaster General Of Jeopardizing Mail-In VotesPostal workers in Boston and Shrewsbury have reported cuts in overtime, and the removal of high-speed mail sorting machines from facilities, just as mail-in ballots start to move through the mail.
Mayor Walsh: Trump's Attack On Post Office Is 'Dangerous' During Pandemic, Before An ElectionBoston Mayor Marty Walsh said the Boston Election Department has received more than 75,000 requests for mail-in ballots this year
Mister Rogers Stamp To Be Available Next MonthIt's a beautiful day in the postal neighborhood.
Holiday Shipping Deadlines For Postal Service, FedEx & UPSIf you want your gifts to be delivered in time for Christmas, you’d better act fast.
Dog Attacks On Mail Carriers Increase As Online Sales GrowBooming online retail sales are good news for the U.S. Postal Service, but its carriers are incurring a cost: more dog bites.
All Hands On Deck For The Postal Service On Its Busiest Day Of The YearIt's the most wonderful time of the year, but for the Post Office, it's the busiest day of the year.
Volunteers Spread Christmas Cheer To Families In Need Through 'Operation Santa'For 104 years the U.S. Postal Service has been helping to make Christmas special for children in need and their families with “Operation Santa.”
USPS Begins Hiring Push In Boston As Third Of Workforce Set To RetireWith a third of their workforce eligible to retire, the U.S. Postal Service in Greater Boston is looking to hire hundreds of new workers.