The cost to mail one ounce letter and postcards has increased starting today.
Prices at the post office are higher than ever. Beginning today, the cost to mail a one ounce letter has increased to 46 cents a stamp. That’s up from 45 cents in 2012. Mailing a postcard also costs one penny more at 33 cents. The same increase was imposed in 2012. New Domestic pricing for Priority Mail Flat Rate products are as follows: What do you think about the post office price increases? Tell us in the comments section.
Part 4 of series: As real estate agents talk to prospective buyers, the Geneva Post Office staff reflects.
For more than seven decades, the dedicated staff at the Geneva Post Office has served the townspeople in rain, snow, sleet and hail. But on a sunny Monday morning, there were few townspeople to be seen at the building on State Street. The staff—Danny Ortiz, Jim Cowell and Donna Beranek—didn’t seem to mind the lull in the workday, talking and laughing with each other. “This guy is what makes Geneva a historical site,” joked Ortiz, pointing to Cowell. “He’s been around since Ben Franklin.” From the way Beranek rolled her eyes and chuckled, you’d never guess she’d only been part of the team for a week. But Beranek is just filling in for a while as her home post office in Naperville deals with reorganization. “We have a very similar …