The cost of mailing a letter is a month away from increasing by three cents. That means the rate will be 49 cents for a first-class stamp.
The Brunswick County Sheriff's Office arrested a man, who they say damaged seventeen mailboxes, in Supply last week.
It was likely a childhood prank, but a major inconvenience for more than a dozen families in Brunswick County.
Investigators are trying to find three teens they say damaged mail boxes in Supply. Meanwhile the victims wait for justice to be delivered.
It's no secret that the United States Postal Service is struggling financially and is billions of dollars in debt. One Leland woman says she knows why after a piece of certified mail she sent to her accountant went missing.
A real-life Grinch is accused of stealing Christmas from nearly 70 people in Carolina Beach. Today, the suspect spoke out and said he just wanted Christmas, too.
Neither rain, nor snow, nor sleet nor dark of night is supposed to stop you from getting your mail. Notice giant potholes are not on the list. That's why residents who live on one Brunswick County road say they rarely get their mail, and it's been that way for years. When the folks who live along Killians Way in Leland open their mailbox, it's empty for days on end.
Good news for Surf City residents: a location has been announced for a new post office.
Not rain nor sleet nor hail nor dark of night, so the saying goes, will deter the delivery of the mail. But in Surf City, could there be a problem at the post office?