Home » Posts tagged with » UPS

Over 30 US Corporations Join Coalition To Provide Jobs To Afghan Refugees

Over 30 US Corporations Join Coalition To Provide Jobs To Afghan Refugees

Thomas Catenacci  Amazon, Facebook, Pfizer and 30 other major U.S. corporations have joined a coalition seeking to provide jobs and opportunities to Afghan refugees. The companies announced that they would partner with the non-profit organization Tent Partnership for Refugees, a network of nearly 200 global businesses working to provide refugees with jobs worldwide, according to the announcement […]

UPS and FedEx Reject Handling Mail-In Ballots as Postal Service Warns of ‘Significant’ Delays

UPS and FedEx Reject Handling Mail-In Ballots as Postal Service Warns of ‘Significant’ Delays

BY TOM OZIMEK As the United States Postal Service (USPS) warned of possible “significant” delays in handling mail-in ballots ahead of the November election, there have been calls for private delivery companies to help manage absentee balloting, an idea both FedEx and UPS have rejected. FedEx and UPS told Reuters that, for the most part, private delivery companies cannot legally […]

Holiday Advisory And Tips: ‘Tis the Season to Steal Your Packages – Off your Porch! | Simi Valley Police Department

Holiday Advisory And Tips: ‘Tis the Season to Steal Your Packages – Off your Porch! | Simi Valley Police Department

Don’t become a mail/package theft victim by observing the following suggestions: Whether you have a home mailbox or use a post office box, always collect your mail on the day it is delivered. Never leave it in your mailbox overnight.  Mail thieves look for bank statements and credit card bills, which are used to create […]

Ventura Fire Department responds to Hazardous Material/Gas Leak on Eastman Ave.

Ventura Fire Department responds to Hazardous Material/Gas Leak on Eastman Ave.

Ventura City Fire personnel investigated a reported gas leak inside a 2-story office building in the 1300 block of Eastman Ave, Ventura, CA. They initially discovered an odor consistent with a possible HVAC equipment failure/burning, and also detected elevated levels of carbon monoxide (CO). The business was immediately evacuated and attempts begun to pinpoint the […]