Did someone make a killing on the pricey USPS paving job in Roanoke?

You’ve probably heard the U.S. Postal Service intends to move first-class mail operations and 200 employees from its Roanoke processing and distribution center to Greensboro, North Carolina. Did you know they recently spent almost $1 million, repaving their parking lot? By Dan Casey – November 20, 2016 Are you ready for a postal service story…

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Video: USPS issues are widespread, ‘mismanagement’ cited

By DeJuan Hoggard – November 17, 2016 RALEIGH (WTVD) — Shortly after ABC11 aired a story Wednesday regarding mail delivery issues in the Waverly Point subdivision, dozens of North Carolinians contacted the station to share their displeasure with the United States Postal Service. Waverly Point residents said their mail has been consistently delivered as late…

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Roanoke mail processing center will consolidate to Greensboro in April

By Tiffany Holland – February 26, 2015 Roanoke postal employees on Wednesday learned that the U.S. Postal Service is going through with a plan to consolidate the Rutherford Avenue processing center to Greensboro, North Carolina, according to Roanoke Postal Workers Union president Carlton Cooper. The consolidation will begin April 18, and affected employees will be…

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Postal Workers President in North Carolina Charged

On January 13, Salvatore Mauro, former president of American Postal Workers Union Local 1236, was charged in U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina with one count of creating a false financial report. He pleaded guilty the following day. The indictment and plea follow a probe by the Labor Department’s Office of…

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