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Support the Postal Service in Style With the Casetify x USPS Collab!

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The United States Postal Service is in need of support, so Casetify decided to do something about it. They’ve launched a new collab with the USPS, and a percentage of the proceeds from the sale of each tech accessory will go directly to the USPS!

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As Casetify puts it, their new collab is a love letter to USPS employees for always coming through when we need them most. And if you didn’t know, last year alone, USPS employees traveled 1.34 billion miles to deliver your mail. That’s the equivalent of 53,640 laps around Earth, 5,305 trips to the moon or about 15 trips to the sun! The USPS x

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Postal service investigates bundles of mail found near dumpster at NJ shopping center

The United States Postal Service is investigating after bundles of mail were found dumped at a shopping center in Bergen County, authorities said.

North Arlington police said they received a 911 call shortly after 3 p.m. Friday reporting mail found near a dumpster at a shopping center at 19 Schuyler Avenue. The dumpster is located behind a Santander Bank and Jack’s Super Foodtown grocery store.

“Officers responded and once on scene did observe several loose, rubber-banded, bundles of mail, as described by the caller,” police said in a statement posted to Facebook.

Police said they alerted the U.S. Postal Service, which was handling the investigation.

“The mail that was recovered in North Arlington was reported, collected and delivered,” said U.S. Postal Service spokesman George Flood told NJ Advance Media. “This matter was then turned over to our Office of Inspector General. We are unable to comment further at this time.”

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Postal service investigates bundles of mail found near dumpster at N.J. shopping center

The United States Postal Service is investigating after bundles of mail were found dumped at a shopping center in Bergen County, authorities said.

North Arlington police said they received a 911 call shortly after 3 p.m. Friday reporting mail found near a dumpster at a shopping center at 19 Schuyler Avenue. The dumpster is located behind a Santander Bank and Jack’s Super Foodtown grocery store.

“Officers responded and once on scene did observe several loose, rubber-banded, bundles of mail, as described by the caller,” police said in a statement posted to Facebook.

Police said they alerted the U.S. Postal Service, which was handling the investigation.

“The mail that was recovered in North Arlington was reported, collected and delivered,” said U.S. Postal Service spokesman George Flood told NJ Advance Media. “This matter was then turned over to our Office of Inspector General. We are unable to comment further at this time.”

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Sparkle, dance and postal service infuse Paris Fashion Week

PARIS (AP) — From escapism at the disco, to resistance and aggression, even to pondering the importance of the postal service while working from home, designers in Paris have presented divergent creative responses to the global health crisis as spring-summer shows continued Friday.

Like Milan before it, Paris is undertaking an unusual fashion season for spring-summer 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic.

For its nine-day duration, the calendar is flitting between 16 in-person, ready-to-wear runway collections, with masked guests, celebrities and editors in seated rows, around 20 in-person presentations, and several dozen completely digital shows streamed online with promotional videos.

Some of the show’s highlights:

ISSEY MIYAKE’S POST

The starting point of the latest collection from the Japanese house famed for its techo-fabrics came as the designer was staring one day at a sea of boxes and contemplating the sheer amount of clothing due to be shipped to Paris from

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