60.7 F
Lexington
Sunday, September 27, 2020
Tags Mail

Tag: Mail

Groups mail 484,613 voter registration applications to Kentucky

Voter registration information being mailed in September

UPDATE: State’s mail-in ballot Web site open, ballots can be ordered

State will launch site Monday to make sure everything is correct.

House passes bill to reverse changes blamed for mail delays

The House has approved legislation that would reverse recent changes in U.S. Postal Service operations.

Postal service takes COVID financial beating, denies slowing mail

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. Postal Service says it lost $2.2 billion in the three months that ended in June as the beleaguered agency...

State starts web site for updates on unwanted seeds

Site answers questions, offers mailing addresses to send seeds.

First seeds, now masks showing up in mail

Recipiets warned not to use them.

State issues warning about unwanted seeds arriving in mail

Packages appear to be arriving from China.

IRS beginning to provide details on stimulus checks

IRS Beginning to provide details on stimulus checks

Mail scammers swindle $85,000 in cash from seniors

Following multiple reports of losses totaling $85,000 in cash, Attorney General's Office has issued a scam alert to warn of an uptick in mail scams targeting senior citizens.

Mailing tips for Tax Day

The United States Postal Service reminds last-minute tax filers to pay special attention to collection box pick-up times and post office retail hours on Monday, April 15.

Franklin Co. deputies warn of mail scam

The Franklin County Sheriff's Department is warning residents about a mail scam going around. 

No mail delivery Wednesday to honor George H. W. Bush

The U.S. Postal Service is halting mail delivery Wednesday as part of the federal government’s national day of mourning for 41.

Investigators search for person who sent mail bombs, motive

Investigators have been searching coast-to-coast for the culprit and motives behind the bizarre mail-bomb plot aimed at critics of the president, analyzing the innards of the crude devices to reveal whether they were intended to detonate or simply sow fear two weeks before Election Day.

Bourbon by mail; bill would make it possible

A measure that would allow direct shipment of alcoholic beverages received final passage today in the state Senate and is on its way to the governor to be signed into law.

What does a potential government shutdown mean for you?

After interviewing a variety of officials from different government agencies today, the consensus is that the average person will not feel too much of an impact from this potential shutdown, at least in the short term.

Lexington Fire Department to Recognize Letter Carrier

Fire Department officials will recognize USPS Letter Carrier Gerald Patrick for his efforts in alerting a resident on Deauville Drive of a fire in the back of the home.

Consultant Pleads Guilty in Connection to Longmeyer Case

A Lexington consultant has pleaded guilty to bribery and mail fraud charges related to an investigation that resulted in a guilty plea by former Personnel Secretary Tim Longmeyer last year.

Whitley Co. Mail Carrier Charged for Stealing Mail

The Whitley County Sheriff is urging area residents to check their financial records after arresting a mail carrier for taking debit cards and other items from the mail he was supposed to be delivering.

KSP investigates threat against police officer

City of Burgin received letter threatening city police officer, according to KSP.

Most Read

No. 23 Cats falls to No. 8 Auburn, 29-13

AUBURN, AL (UK Athletics)- Terry Wilson passed for 239 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 42 yards, but No. 23 Kentucky lost its season...

Colonels get first win of the Walt Wells Era, 37-14

CHARLESTON, S.C. (EKU Sports)– Parker McKinney threw for 274 yards and four touchdown passes to lead Eastern Kentucky to a 37-14 win at The Citadel on...

Wildcat fans have gameday fun despite restrictions: Some COVID-19 complaints

WTVQ got multiple complaints that some places might have had too many people, per COVID-19 regulations.

President Trump nominates Judge Amy Coney Barrett to U.S. Supreme Court

She would be the fifth woman to serve on the high court.