U.S. Postal Service
The U.S. Postal Service’s plan to sell the building housing downtown Berkeley’s main post office is being met by a great deal of opposition.
San Francisco’s new postmaster was just sworn in and is already thinking of ways to keep up with the digital age.
The nearly bankrupt U.S. Postal Service wants to reduce the hours at nearly 17,000 locations, including one historic post office in New Almaden.
With less customers sending paper correspondence, post offices throughout the Bay Area are announcing shortened store hours set to take effect next month.
The U.S. Postal Service in San Francisco is calling on the community to help with its Letters to Santa campaign. It’s a program that’s been around for roughly 100 years, with many participants being children from in-need families.
U.S. Postal Service facilities in Burlingame and Petaluma have doubtful futures due to proposed major cuts slated for next year.
A masked man’s recent visit to a San Jose post office led to a response by the bomb squad. But the student at the center of Tuesday’s bomb scare has an explanation for his attire.
Police responded to reports of a suspicious package in a mail collection box near a U.S. Postal Service mail processing facility in San Jose Tuesday afternoon.
Two Sacramento-area postal workers are facing the prospect of lengthy prison terms over allegations they stole hundreds of iPhones from the mail.
Joe Scheufler of Burlingame asked this Good Question: What kind of strange non-mail stuff has been put into a mailbox?