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Former stamp executive returns to providing financial analysis
For most of his 35 years with the federal government, Stephen M. Kearney was a financial analyst for the United States Postal Services.
Oregon firm creates a device to help save the USPS
Ziba, a design company based in Oregon, has created a device it says will help save the financially troubled United States Postal Service.
Wisconsin town honors living Medal of Honor recipient
Einar H. Ingman Jr., a Korean War Medal of Honor recipient, was honored Oct. 6 in Tomahawk, Wis.
Dutch postage rate increase on Jan. 1
The Netherlands’ PostNL announced Oct. 7 that it would raise postage rates Jan. 1, 2015.
Walmart to offer postal outlets
Walmart may be offering postal services at many of its stores.
Commission approves grocery delivery testing
Letter carriers in the San Francisco Bay area may soon begin delivering groceries as part of a newly approval market test.
Five Batman pictorial postmarks offered during Comic Con
Collectors and comic book fans take note: the New York City post office created five different pictorial postmarks celebrating Batman.
Multiple postmarks commemorate Fort McHenry bicentennial
Collectors of War of 1812 postmarks will have plenty to pursue with the latest group of postmarks offered by the Baltimore, Md., post office.
Species semipostal sales to resume
President Barack Obama signed legislation Sept. 10 to resume sales of the nation’s fourth semipostal.
Groceries by mail: Postal Service wants to test the idea
The United States Postal Service is planning to test its ability to deliver groceries the morning after they have been ordered from a supermarket.
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