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Central Harlem »

The Postal Service wants to relocate services from the 140th Street building to a smaller space.

Chelsea »

The U.S. Postal Service will not sell Old Chelsea Station, local politicians said.

Concourse »

Critics say the USPS should find ways to keep open the iconic New Deal-era building.

Boerum Hill »

The post office at 542 Atlantic Ave. is under lease negotiations, according to the USPS.

Red Hook »

The local post office loses packages and delivers mail to the wrong addresses, locals said.

Clinton Hill »

Pratt Station Post Office will have to vacate the building by the end of their lease in May 2014.

Stuy Town »

A joint CB6 and CB3 meeting will give residents a chance to weigh in on relocation of the  post office.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

A USPS spokeswoman says, however, that the sale will go on.

Inwood »

Long lines, lost packages and undelivered mail plague the Inwood Post Office, residents say.  

Concourse »

The USPS says it no longer needs the massive building, but locals fret over the landmark's fate.

Financial District »

The John Street post office reopened for P.O. Box holders but didn't offer its promised package pickup.

Financial District »

The post office at 114 John St. remains closed in wake of Hurricane Sandy.

Morris Park »

The woman's arm got stuck at a Morris Heights Post Office when she tried to force a letter inside.

Harlem »

Jose Pimentel plotted to "harm" the U.S. government, according to an indictment filed by prosecutors.

Manhattan »

The official observence of Christmas means government and city offices remain closed on Dec. 26.