Sep 15, 2011
The York Daily Record
USPS might close Lancaster's Harrisburg Pike center
The beleaguered U.S. Postal Service announced Thursday it might close the Harrisburg Pike mail processing and distribution center in Lancaster and more than 250 similar facilities elsewhere across the country.
Snail mail dinosaurs
Items that are past their prime: eight-track tapes, typewriters, black and white televisions, beta video recorders, Atari games, U.S. Post Offices.
Stamp of Reality
If the U.S. Postal Service closes up shop on West Chestnut Street in downtown Lancaster, as it has suggested it will do as part of the continued scaling back of its retail operations, some regular customers are bound to grouse about the inconvenience.
Postal Service's sea of red...
Since 2008, the U.S. Postal Service has eliminated 110,000 jobs and reduced costs by $11 billion to offset a sharp decline in the mail volume as Americans do more business online and by other means.
Postal Service may close downtown post office
The U.S. Postal Service said today it may close its downtown Lancaster retail office and two others here as part of a massive restructuring plan that could shutter some 3,700 facilities nationwide.