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Entrepreneur Jesse Kaplan moved to New York last summer, and immediately ran into a familiar problem: If you don't live in a building with a doorman, getting packages delivered to your house can be an unbelievable hassle. Whether it's trying to chase down the UPS deliveryman down the block or trying to translate one of those USPS pink package slips, it is just no fun. "I started coming home every day to a door...
Live in New York City long enough and you'll eventually live through every Seinfeld joke there is. (Well, except maybe a few.) In accordance with this principle, a postal worker in Flatbush has been discovered hoarding 2,500 pounds of mail in his home. The mailman in question, Joseph Brucato, is a 67-year-old Vietnam War veteran who suffers from alcoholism and depression, the New York Post reports. The hoarded mail has been removed—a process that took several...
We always imagined that dogs attacking postal workers was some kind of myth, a longstanding Saturday morning cartoon trope. But as it turns out, it's still a major and super real problem, one that plagues postal workers in Brooklyn. According to a new report from the United State Postal Service, Brooklyn and Rochester led the tri-state area in dog attacks on postal workers with 18 attacks, closely followed by Flushing, Queens where 14 dog attacks...

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