When did the first post office open?

Answer The first (and oldest) post office is the British Postal Museum, located on High Street in Sanquhar, Scotland. It is claimed that the post office has been in operation since 1712.Source:The Times o... Read More »

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Should I Open Up a Business Post Office Box?

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Is the Post office open on New Years Eve?

yesU.S. post office closing schedule for 2009. Most U.S. post office counters should be closed, and no regular mail delivery made on these dates.2009 U.S. Postal Service HolidaysThursday, January 1... Read More »

Will the post office be open on the MLK holiday?

Post offices are closed on the MLK holiday. According to the USPS federal holiday schedule, post offices are closed on the third Monday in January each year in honor of the Dr. Martin Luther King h... Read More »

What post office is open in Lorain on tax day?

In 2010, two post offices in Lorain County, Ohio offered 24-hour self-service lobbies for filing tax returns: Amherst and Elyria. The nearest post offices opened and staffed were the Cleveland Main... Read More »