Federal Judge In Pa. Orders Stop To Postal Service CutsA federal judge in Philadelphia joined others Monday in ordering a halt to recent Postal Service cuts that critics say are causing mail delays and threatening the integrity of the presidential election.
Pennsylvania And Several Other States Considering Legal Action Against Trump Administration Over USPS And Mail-In VotingSeveral states say they are considering legal action against the Trump administration and the United States Postal Service to stop them from using new operational changes that could slow mail service leading up to the presidential election, which will rely heavily on mail-in voting.
Special Arnold Palmer Postmark Cancellation Available From Latrobe Post OfficeThe United States Postal Service is offering a special Arnold Palmer postmark cancellation that will be available for the next 30 days.
USPS Unveils Arnold Palmer StampThe stamp honoring golf legend and Latrobe native Arnold Palmer was unveiled by the U.S. Postal Service on Wednesday.
Former Postal Worker In W. Va Sentenced For Selling Pot Along RouteA former U.S. Postal Service worker in West Virginia was sentenced to six months in prison for selling pot along his mail route.
Warrendale Mail Processing Facility Returning To Normal After Mercury SpillAll services are resuming today at the postal center in Warrendale following a mercury spill.
Operations To Resume At Warrendale Postal Facility Following Mercury SpillDaily mail processing operations will resume at a postal facility in Warrendale on Friday following a mercury spill.
Mercury Spill At Postal Facility In Warrendale Stalls Delivery Of PackagesA postal facility in Warrendale is still closed one week after a mercury spill, and some residents in the area still haven't received their mail.
Mercury Spill Shuts Down Postal Facility In WarrendaleA local postal facility is shut down due to a chemical spill.
U.S. Postal Service Reveals 'Sesame Street' Stamps"Sesame Street" stamps will be available at a post office near you sometime this year.
Former U.S. Postal Inspector: Threatening Packages Sent By Mail Are Rare, But Employees Are 'Highly Trained And Diligent'In the wake of suspected bombs being mailed to political leaders, a former U.S. Postal Inspector says threatening packages going through the mail are very rare, and workers are highly trained to catch such packages.