Postal Service

Postal Service delays plans to stop Saturday mail delivery
Postal Service delays plans to stop Saturday mail delivery
News Queens Courier Staff 4/10/2013 at 2:24PM

BY ANTHONY O’REILLY The United States Postal Service (USPS) announced it has backed down on its plan to eliminate Saturday delivery after Congress barred the idea. The USPS Board of Governors made the decision on Tuesday in a closed door meeting. “Although disappointed with this congressional action, the board will follow the law and has [...]

Astoria Man Charged With Killing Stepdaughter, Wounding Estranged Wife
Astoria Man Charged With Killing Stepdaughter, Wounding Estranged Wife
News Jay Lane 12/06/2011 at 9:00AM

Astoria Man Charged With Killing Stepdaughter, Wounding Estranged Wife A Queens man was charged with a Monday shooting in Astoria that left his stepdaughter dead and his estranged wife injured. Police say Guerino Annarumma, 52, is facing charges of murder, assault and criminal possession of a weapon after shooting the mother and daughter in their [...]

Queens’ Morning Round Up – 10/14/2011: Queens foster care abductors held on bail
Queens’ Morning Round Up – 10/14/2011: Queens foster care abductors held on bail
News Jay Lane 10/14/2011 at 10:43AM

Queens’ Morning Round Up – 10/14/2011   Abductors held on $75,000 bail Two weeks ago Shanel Nadal, and her husband Nephra Payne were arrested in Harrisburg, PA after abducting their 8 children from a foster care facility in Queens. Presiding judge Ira Margulis, has issued and order of protection for the children and held both [...]

Hundreds Rally to Save Postal Service
Hundreds Rally to Save Postal Service
News Melissa Chan 9/29/2011 at 1:53PM

Hundreds of postal workers rallied in Bayside on Tuesday, September 27 to save the nation’s postal service and to seek support for a bill they say would pull the postal service out of its financial shortfall. As part of a national campaign, all 435 congressional districts throughout the country united in their common cause to [...]