The Postal Service plans to close the post office in Foxborough, Mass., and sell the building. Operations would move to Mansfield, and a small retail office would open to replace the office on Wall Street. According to the Postal Service, this means that the post office isn't really closing. “We’re not closing any post office. We’re going to relocate the retail service,” postal service representative Joseph Mulvey told the Foxboro selectmen on Aug. 20. And even though the Postal Service hasn't found a new location, it's going through a relocation procedure already. The Postal Service writes the regulations, then interprets them however it wants. Read more.