Police Offer $50K Reward For Help Identifying Suspect Who Robbed Mail CarrierA United Postal Service letter carrier is robbed in broad daylight, and now investigators are asking for help from the public to help identify the suspect seen in surveillance footage.
The Busiest Day of the Year for the United States Postal Service With just days until Christmas, the United States Postal Service is experiencing its busiest day of the year. Millions of people are lining up to ship off their packages.
Assateague Island Pony Forever Stamps To Be Issued This WeekThe Assateague Island National Seashore ponies will be featured on a special edition Forever stamp.
New USCG Forever Stamp Unveiled In BaltimoreA 295-foot-long U.S. Coast Guard tall ship--The Eagle - arrived at the Inner Harbor on Saturday for free public tours.
USPS: No More Saturday DeliveryThe U.S. Postal Service is eliminating all Saturday mail service.
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.
Postal Unions Rally For House Bill 1351 To Prevent CutsPostal worker unions take a stand against proposed cutbacks. The unions are rallying in support of a bill that gives the U.S. Postal Service access to billions of dollars in pre-paid pension accounts.
In Financial Crisis, Post Office Turns To CongressPostmaster General Patrick Donahoe warned that the Postal Service is on "the brink of default" as he battles to keep his agency solvent.
Postal Service To Close Frederick Plant In JanuaryThe U.S. Postal Service says it will close its Frederick mail-processing center in January.
Md. Man Told To Move MailboxA Maryland man is being told to move his mailbox.
Small Md. Community Copes With Post Office ClosingAfter learning that the Lineboro Post Office was closing, Kathy McGee closed her post office box and began having mail delivered to her business, the Village Inn, on Main Street in Lineboro.
Md. Mail Distribution Center Closure ProposedThe U.S. Postal Service says an internal study supports closing a mail processing and distribution center in Frederick that employs about 160 people.