Postal News

Canada Post shrinks cancellation size Canada Post shrinks cancellation size
Canada Post recently responded to a customer’s request to make its sprayed-on cancellation size smaller. The postmark is applied at mail-processing and distribution plants. (Read more...)

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The northern Wisconsin community of Lake Tomahawk celebrated its centennial with a July 25 pictorial postmark. T (Read more...)

Counterfeit metered postage court case
A suburban Washington, D.C., man who ran two shipping centers has pleaded guilty to defrauding the United States Postal Service by counterfeiting approximately $76,000 worth of metered postage at his stores. (Read more...)

Neil Armstrong birthplace honors 1969 moon landing Neil Armstrong birthplace honors 1969 moon landing
Wapakoneta, Ohio, the birthplace of Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong, celebrated the 45th anniversary of the first moon landing with a July 20 event during the city’s annual Moon Festival. (Read more...)

Inspector general probes District of Columbia late mail Inspector general probes District of Columbia late mail
Is your mail arriving late in the day? (Read more...)

A tale of postal woes continues
The member of Congress who wrote the 2006 law that has been widely blamed for the United States Postal Service’s financial crisis is defending that act but warning that lawmakers are unlikely to come quickly to the agency’s rescue. (Read more...)

Union calls for Donahoe’s ouster
Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe earned his postal credentials, along with former Postmaster General John E. “Jack” Potter, by resolving a mail delivery crisis in Washington, D.C., in the early 1990s. (Read more...)

Museum offers app to unlock content, videos
The Smithsonian’s National Postal Museum is inviting its visitors to navigate through an alternate reality. (Read more...)

Postal union rejects claim that the Staples deal is off
Another effort by the United States Postal Service to get a retail chain to run mini-post offices seems to have collapsed. (Read more...)

Postal Service board of governors headed for full membership
The United States Postal Service board of governors appears to be headed for full membership once again. (Read more...)

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