Postal News

Postal Service requests more forever stamps
Citing the "goodwill" generated by its forever first-class stamp, the United States Postal Service wants to add five more forever stamps to its lineup. (Read more...)

Monday Morning Brief | News from the U.S. Postal Service Monday Morning Brief | News from the U.S. Postal Service
Linn’s Stamp News senior editor Michael Baadke discusses a report that two officials involved with stamp services might be leaving the U.S. Postal service in May and looks at the four U.S. stamps to be issued during the first 10 days of April. (Read more...)

Chief marketing officer leaving USPS, which is still loved by Americans: Week Chief marketing officer leaving USPS, which is still loved by Americans: Week's Most Read
It’s time to catch up on the week that was in stamp-collecting insights and news. (Read more...)

Marketing officer Manabe to leave Postal Service Marketing officer Manabe to leave Postal Service
Nagisa Manabe, chief marketing officer for the United States Postal Service and supervisor of the stamp program, told associates she plans to leave the agency May 22, Linn's learned March 18 (Read more...)

Survey result: Americans still love the U.S. Postal Service
They may be mailing fewer letters, but the American public still loves the United States Postal Service. (Read more...)

1965 Selma march honored on new USPS envelope 1965 Selma march honored on new USPS envelope
A special envelope honoring the 50th anniversary of the civil rights march in Selma, Ala., was unveiled March 7 during a ceremony in Selma. (Read more...)

New postmaster Megan Brennan sworn in, Circus sheet error discovered: Week New postmaster Megan Brennan sworn in, Circus sheet error discovered: Week's Most Read
It’s time to catch up on the week that was in stamp-collecting insights and news. (Read more...)

New postmaster sworn in New postmaster sworn in
Megan J. Brennan was ceremonially sworn in as the nation's 74th postmaster general March 6 in a low-key event that stressed her family's love for the United States Postal Service, but gave no clue as to her plans to get Congressional help for the financially troubled agency (Read more...)

Are higher mailing rates in store for nonprofit magazines?
When new postal rates are announced, many large mailers realize that their actual prices are going to be determined only after United States Postal Service officials at L'Enfant Plaza in Washington issue new regulations defining how their mail will be classified (Read more...)

Woman charged with using stamps to hide drugs sent to prisoner husband
File this one away as a clever use for stamps. (Read more...)

Select Page
First Prev Next Last