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Dozens Of Pieces Of Mail Discovered Dumped In Mesquite

MESQUITE, Texas (CBS11) – Resident in a southwest Mesquite neighborhood are furious after finding hundreds of pieces of mail in a gutter.

Brenda Tisdale was walking her dogs when she noticed a few clean, white pieces of paper in the drain. 419 more words

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Delivery Services Hiring For The Holidays, Some Urgently Looking For Help

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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Everyday Stanley Phoenik at Manpower is making phone calls to connect applicants with job interviews.

“If you want to work, now is the time,” he says. 411 more words

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Postal worker wins $10 million in lottery scratch-off game

WOODBRIDGE, Va. — A U.S. Postal Service worker bought a Virginia Lottery scratch-off ticket last week on impulse, sat in his car — and screamed. 97 more words

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U.S. Postal Service Urging Employees To Volunteer To Work In Puerto Rico

CHICAGO (CBS) — Among the many services still trying to get to normal in Puerto Rico is mail delivery, so the U.S. Postal Service has put out a call for volunteers from among its employees. 201 more words

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Mail Delivery Resumes In Napa County

NAPA (CBS13) – Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor smoke. U.S. postal service returned Friday on the Silverado Trail in Napa.

Postman Patrick Bjerke, was undeterred by the choking grey haze of the Atlas Fire after roads re-opened. 146 more words

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CBS2 Exclusive: Brooklyn Residents Not Receiving Mail Deliveries Due To Dispute Over Broken Boxes

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Some Brooklyn residents are caught in the middle as the city battles with the U.S. Postal Service over broken mailboxes.

As CBS2’s Dave Carlin reported, Mitchell Yates and many of his neighbors at 580 Stanley Ave. 318 more words

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FTC and USPO

The Federal Trade Commission was established this date in 1914.

On this date in 1789, the U. S. Postal Service was founded.

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