This region really escaped the planned post office closures, with the exception of Kunkle, Ohio. I thought Weston was going to go. Reuters has an excellent interactive map showing the offices and providing some information about each one. Here’s the conclusion, as reported by the Rural Blog:
Almost 80 percent of the 3,830 post offices that the U.S. Postal Service is considering closing “are in sparsely populated rural areas where poverty rates are higher than the national average,” and almost 85 percent are in ZIP codes where United Parcel Service and Federal Express charge more to deliver packages, Emily Stephenson of Reuters reports in the most comprehensive package yet on the impact the closings would have on rural America.