Postal Service

Court Rules Stamps Won't Be 49 Cents EachThe Washington Post says a DC appeals court ruled the U.S. Postal Service can not permanently sell stamps at 49 cents each.
Vigil Held For Postal Worker Who Was Killed On The Job Last YearA Maryland postal carrier killed last year is remembered at a vigil.
Local U.S. Postal Service Workers Protest Cost-Cutting ChangesPostal workers across the country are protesting changes coming to the mail system.
Postal Carrier Charged With Mail Theft Mostly Stole From Parkville, Catonsville BranchesA longtime Catonsville mail carrier is accused of stealing 20,000 pieces of mail. Investigators say he made off with gift cards, credit cards and much more.
Postal Workers Rally To Make Their Job SaferRallying for safety. Hundreds of Maryland mail carriers descended on the nation's capital Monday, pushing for federal safer working conditions after a Maryland postal worker was gunned down while delivering mail after dark.
Postal Workers Rally To Keep Saturday Mail DeliveryChanges in U.S. mail delivery have letter carriers outraged. If you live in Baltimore, there's a good chance your postal worker traded in their mailbag for a picket sign.
USPS: No More Saturday DeliveryThe U.S. Postal Service is eliminating all Saturday mail service.
Ex-Postal Worker Admits To Embezzling $43,000A former postal worker has pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $43,000 from the Postal Service.
Senate Bill May Save Easton Mail Processing Center From ClosureThere may be a reprieve for a mail processing center on the Eastern Shore. The postal service was planning to close it.
Postal Workers Protest Closure Of Frederick County USPS Processing PlantMassive closures are on the way for post offices and branches nationwide. It's how the postal service plans to save some cash in a sluggish economy.
Public Input Sought In Easton Postal DecisionMaryland's senators are asking for transparency and public input over the fate of the Easton Area Mail Processing Center.
Md. Man Sentenced For Accepting Marijuana In MailA Cambridge man has been sentenced to six months in jail after prosecutors say he accepted a package in the mail that contained nearly five pounds of marijuana.