U.S. Postal Service

Protesters disrupt airport mail facility in Portland

Morning mail runs were blocked in a protest against privatization

Five protesters arrested at Salem mail processing facility

About 100 union members will lose jobs if the Salem plant closes in June.

Postal Service backs off plan to end Saturday mail

Postal Service Board of Governors overruled the postmaster’s plan to go to five-day delivery.

Rally to save U.S. Postal Service delivers big crowd in Portland

Mail centers in Pendleton, Bend will close this year.

Holiday postal customers greeted with ‘No closures, no cuts’ message

Postal elves plastered Portland's main post office with protest signs Nov. 30.

USPS hiring freeze hurts veterans, postal workers say

Veterans are a fifth of the postal workforce, but USPS hasn't made permanent hires for 5 years.

Portland area postal workers rally to save jobs, Saturday delivery

Proposals in Congress would end Saturday delivery and overnight delivery of First-Class mail.

Postal worker rallies continue

Portland-area letter carriers rallied the week of Nov. 7 against layoffs and cutbacks.

‘Save Our Postal Service’

USPS workers and supporters rallied around the country Sept. 27 to demand Congress avert default.

Postal workers, customers testify before Workers’ Rights Board

A Workers’ Rights Board panel recommended the U.S. Postal Service hire more letter carriers and clerks.

Saturday mail delivery to continue — for now

Earlier this year, the U.S. postmaster general proposed eliminating mail delivery on Saturdays, but so far, Congress isn’t going along with it.