KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Some in Kansas City will now head to the library to get their mail.
On Tuesday, the postal service opened two new Village Post Offices. One is in the Northeast Branch Public Library near Wilson and White Avenue. The other is at the Lucile H. Bluford branch at 30th and Prospect Avenue.
The offices offer the same services as traditional post offices-- including P.O. boxes, stamps and a mail collection box.
Created in 2011, the goal of Village Post Offices is to provide people with better service.