The U.S. Postal Service seems intent on whipsawing through its distribution facilities and laying off employees. Is this the best way to go in the long run? 325 more words
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The 3c Postmaster Provisionals of 1861 have secured their place in history by being a part of the Confederacy during the Civil War.
At the time the United States Post Office and the Confederate Post Office found themselves in an awkward situation, where various laws created a confusing Post Office relationship between the U.S. 178 more words
MILWAUKEE (WITI) — More than 40 million people move each year. While you need to move all your personal belongings, you also need to change your address. 169 more words
At a time when sensitive customer data has become more and more unsafe in corporations the U.S. Postal Service has also shown a sloppy attitude about guarding the privacy of the more than 40 million people who change their addresses every year. 374 more words
The U.S. Postal Service may be embarking on another ill-advised scheme–this one involving the delivery of groceries to people’s front doors.
This follows abortive ideas to begin selling beer and wine in 2011 and another earlier this year to begin shipping harder liquor. 389 more words
Liquor giant Brown-Forman is asking the U.S Postal Service to issue a stamp honoring the founder of it’s most famous whiskey brand. This as the Louisville, Kentucky based company prepares to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Lynchburg’s Jack Daniel distillery. 81 more words