‘Emergency suspension’ closes the doors to PO in Nemo, TX


Empty, bare and “For Rent” is how the building formerly utilized as the Nemo Post Office now sits. There are rumors – depending on the generation asked – of the post office previously being housed in a nearby corner store and even those who claim it was once housed in a house. Either of which may be a necessary place … Read More

Downtown Lee Summit MO post office closing, reopening in annex


Signs at the Lee Summit, MO, post office confirm what residents have been expecting.  The downtown post office is closing and being "relocated" to an inconveniently located carrier annex on the outskirts of town.  “It’s disappointing the postal office is being taken away from downtown and moved to an inconvenient location for many residents of Lee’s Summit,” District 1 Councilman … Read More

Historic Reno NV post office to become major retail outlet & food marketplace


A major retailer may soon be coming to downtown Reno. And officials say it’s going to be a big game changer for the area. The national retail chain will be going on the first floor of the former Main U.S. Post Office off Virginia Street.  “We’ve tried to slowly release information and keep that secret, almost like a speak easy is … Read More

Historic Bethesda MD post office to become fitness center


The new yoga and fitness studio that will eventually call the historic Bethesda U.S. Post Office home is setting up a temporary pop-up studio at the Bethesda Crescent building at 7475 Wisconsin Ave.  Bridges Fitness & Yoga owner Alain Cohen said in an email Monday the business plans to use the pop-up studio to teach a range of classes and to inform … Read More

Seniors Occupy Harlem Post Office To Demand Better Service


A dozen senior citizens, including State Sen. Bill Perkins and Assemblyman Keith Wright, marched on the Manhattanville Post Office on 125th Street In New York to protest of their lack of dedicated senior windows and benches to sit on.“What do we want? A senior window,” and “When do we want it open? All day long,” the grey brigade shouted as they marched in circles in the post office … Read More

The Postal Service opens Round 3 in the fight over the exigent rate increase


Yesterday the Postal Service filed a brief with the U.S. Court of Appeals, District of Columbia, arguing that the Postal Regulatory Commission was wrong in its most recent ruling on the exigent rate increase. The Postal Service wants the case remanded to the Commission for further review so that it can renew its arguments for an extension of the 4.3 … Read More