The North Berkeley post office on Solano Avenue, closed since Sunday due to rain damage, reopened on Friday.
Fraijo, who drove 1 million miles on the job without ever having an accident, leaves a legacy that — while unknown to many — is both civic and creative.
We’ll mail 100 letters to see how fast they are delivered — but we need your help.
Seven years after Berkeleyans rallied to prevent the sale of the downtown post office, another Save the Post Office protest took place at 2000 Allston Way to save not just the building, but the U.S. postal system itself.
Voter rights groups warn that recent Postal Service changes could make it more difficult for voters to cast ballots in the mail this November. But Californians still have options.
Postal workers said that only two of their colleagues got the virus but they may have exposed others, leading some to self-quarantine. A driver in Oakland has died of COVID-19.
Staffing shortages have impacted eight post offices in Berkeley and Albany. Some are opening late. Most only have one clerk so may be closed over their lunch break.
U.S. postal inspectors are investigating the theft of mail from a USPS vehicle in Berkeley on Tuesday afternoon, authorities report.
Kerry Jones was close to tears at the huge tribute paid to him this week by residents who describe him as unfailingly cheerful and dedicated even as he puts himself at greater risk during the pandemic.
A Berkeley mail carrier for the U.S. Postal Service has been charged with entering a South Berkeley man’s home without permission in January, according to court papers obtained by Berkeleyside.
The Berkeley postal carrier who was arrested Saturday after he allegedly yelled threatening comments at a local resident says the accusations are false and that he is a victim of “delivering while black.”
The Post Office has issued a postmark to celebrate Berkeley’s rich history of music recording, including at Fantasy Studios, and will hold a celebration downtown Saturday.