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MLK Day: What services are open and closed Martin Luther King, Jr. Day?

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What services are open and closed on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day? Monday is a federal holiday and all government, county, and city offices are closed Monday, WTOP reports Jan. 20.

What else will be open or closed on MLK, Jr. Day?

Banks will be closed, but some may be open that are inside supermarkets. Go to your bank's website and see if your branch is open on MLK Day.

The U.S. Post Office is also closed Monday. There will be no mail delivery nationwide. Mailing services will resume on Tuesday.

Liquor stores nationwide are open or closed depending on their state's liquor sales laws. The State Alcoholic Beverage or Liquor Control Board Directory lists which holidays each state observes when it comes to the sale of liquor.

Most stores, restaurants and bars remain open on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Some restaurants that are closed are normally closed for business on Mondays anyway.

A good number of trains and buses are running on a holiday or weekend schedule MLK Day. Verify this information online or call your train or bus station for times. .

The stock market is closed on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Monday, Jan. 20, 2014, but there are some electronic-trading markets that will remain open.

Courts, Department of Motor Vehicles, libraries and other state and federally office are closed.

Garbage collection services are closed MLK Day. If you have garbage collection on Mondays, the service will happen one day later on Tuesday.

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