3,000 have already picked up “Letters to Santa” at the main post office and one group so liked the idea that it’s become an annual project with a $25,000 budget. WBBM’s John Cody has more.
One person was injured after an SUV slammed into a post office in Orland Park on Thursday.
Captain Herbie Johnson spent more than three decades with the Chicago Fire Department. He died last November while fighting a house fire in Englewood.
If you get an email that looks like it’s from the U.S. Postal Service telling you about a package that couldn’t be delivered, watch out.
An attack on a Chicago postal carrier has stopped mail delivery in one area of the Logan Square neighborhood.
Letter carriers are hoping to collect a million pounds of food just from the Chicago area during the Stamp Out Hunger Drive being held at your mailbox on Saturday.
Postal workers are calling on Congress to improve service, not cut it.
It’s the end of an era at the post office.
Those Christmas presents you’re waiting on could be delayed by this week’s wintry weather.
The deadline is tomorrow to bring in and pay for shipping on those wish list items.
If you’re headed to the post office today, you could be greeted with some pretty long lines.
Officer Damien Bolden was off-duty but still helped nab a mail thief.
Starting next Tuesday, letters to Santa will be available to the public.
State Police announced Thursday night Mia Graci Thompson was recovered and the Amber Alert was canceled.
An SUV crashed into a post office on the Northwest Side late Tuesday afternoon.
The U.S. Postal Service is preparing to close its mail processing center in Gary, Ind., in a move that will cut about 156 jobs in the area.
Those who use a west suburban postal facility are preparing for what seems to be the inevitable.
If you’re heading out to the post office today to mail your Christmas cards, expect some big lines; the U.S. Postal Service expects Monday to be the busiest mailing day of the year, with more than 1.7 million cards mailed in Chicago alone.
Letters to Santa are piling up at Chicago’s Main Post Office, waiting for an attentive helper to answer them.
Members of Congress want to keep the U.S. Post Office from the deep cutbacks it’s proposing — and they will have six months to figure out how.