SUGAR HILL, N.H. — This little town in the White Mountains is not at the forefront of the digital revolution. Just about half of its residents still cannot connect to broadband service.
Yet Sugar Hill is enduring e-mail’s toll on the Postal Service. With fewer letters being sent, the agency has announced cutbacks to hours at post offices across the nation. The small white building where Sugar Hill’s residents send and receive their mail is among the most drastically affected by postal budget trims.