Vacant USPS positions can now be filled after postponement of facilities consolidation
By Kalea Hall
American Postal Workers Union Local 443 President Jim Varner remains optimistic about the Youngstown mail-processing center operations.
The center, located at 99 S. Walnut St., was supposed to close in July, but the closure was postponed in May.
Why This Village of 500 People Sends 50,000 Christmas Cards
By SUSANNA KIM
One post office in central Wisconsin becomes particularly busy during the holiday season, because of a special postmark for people in the Christmas spirit.
People rush to Rudolph, Wisconsin, each year to send their holiday cards and packages through the local post office.
APWU Wins $56 Million Remedy for Postmasters Performing Craft Work
Posted on December 8, 2014 by Lu
12/08/2014 – The APWU reached a $56 millionsettlement with the USPS on Dec. 5 to resolve a long-standing dispute over postmasters and supervisors in small offices performing bargaining unit work.
Business as usual for USPS on Dec 26
Posted on December 11, 2014 by Lu
12.11.14 – President Obama’s Executive Order only applies to “executive branch departments and agencies of the Federal Government.” The Postal Service will treat December 26, 2014 as a normal business day.