Friday is payday for many people, but for many federal workers this week or next could be the last paycheck they get for a while.
A post office in Fort Worth was evacuated for hours on Tuesday after a suspicious package was found outside. The package was destroyed when authorities determined that it did not contain any explosives and posed no threat.
Tuesday (yep, that’s today) is the deadline to file your income taxes. Have you finished your return yet? You only have until midnight to get it done.
The countdown is on. There are only a few days left before Christmas and time is running out to get your cards and gifts in the mail.
Cuts by the cash-strapped U.S. Postal Service will slow first-class delivery next spring and, for the first time in 40 years, eliminate the chance for stamped letters to arrive the next day.
The U.S. Postal Service said Tuesday it has lost $5.1 billion in the past year, pushing it closer to imminent default on a multibillion-dollar payment and to future bankruptcy.
People will live in what are the former offices of the FBI, Agriculture Department and every other federal agency that was housed at 400 North Ervay.
The Postal Service is considering closing more than 1 in 10 of its retail outlets. The financially-troubled agency announced Tuesday that it will study 3,653 local offices, branches and stations for possible closing.
Could mail delivery be cut back to three days-a-week? That’s not under consideration right now, Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe said Wednesday. But it’s something that could happen in 15 to 20 years.
The City of Frisco is growing so fast; they need an extra ZIP code. On July 1 more than 10,000 people and 400 businesses will start using the new 75033 ZIP code.
Fort Worth’s postmaster is on paid leave while an investigation moves forward, looking into what may be irregularities in the local post office’s paperwork.
The price of a first-class stamp is going up next January 2nd by two pennies.