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2015/05/27 14:03
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JACKSON — A union at Howard Industries, one of Mississippi’s largest industrial employers, is protesting what it sees as low wage offers in contract negotiations. Local 1317 of the International...
2015/05/27 14:03
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2015/05/26 22:53
2015/05/26 22:53
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Twenty-six electricians and plumbers received certificates of completion at the annual apprentice graduation of the Adult Evening School at the Middlesex County Vocational and Technical Schools...
2015/05/26 12:03
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The United Way sent in these photos and this write-up. On Saturday, May 16, 2015, United Way volunteers from organizations like the New Haven Police Academy and the Railroad Union, Local 747...
2015/05/26 09:52
2015/05/26 09:52
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Alfred Lubrano, Inquirer Staff Writer Last updated: Tuesday, May 26, 2015, 1:07 AM Once a hold was placed on a project listed in the L&I computer system, known as HANSEN, inspectors couldn't schedule...
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2015/05/25 05:09
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Larry was born December 30, 1937 to Harold and Arlene (Church) Wilkening. He graduated from Albion High School. Larry then enlisted in the United States Army Reserves and eventually into the United...
2015/05/24 04:37
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Despite bracing himself mentally and preparing well physically, the St. Clairsville High product still had his fair share of growing pains. But, now playing NCAA Division II golf for...
2015/05/21 22:10
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ST. CLAIRSVILLE — With 17 teams participating, the Belmont College Foundation’s Fourth Annual Thomas R. Dowler Memorial Classic Golf Scramble was deemed a success. The event took place at the Belmont...
2015/05/21 17:59
2015/05/21 17:59
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The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 175 RENEW Committee is stepping away from the electrical industry on May 30, and stepping up for the American Cancer Society to oversee...
2015/05/21 05:03
2015/05/21 05:03
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HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania Democrats and Republicans demonstrated Tuesday that party endorsements count as they nominated five party-backed candidates for the state Supreme Court. Democrats...
2015/05/20 21:51
2015/05/20 21:51
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The Memphis Police Association, the city’s largest employee union, is expected to propose a contract Thursday that it claims would keep the thin blue line from getting any thinner. But the two-year...
2015/05/19 20:33
2015/05/19 20:33
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The New York Power Authority’s board of directors approved a contract with about 560 workers represented by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, including about 215 at the Niagara...
2015/05/19 18:24
2015/05/19 18:24
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Twenty-six electricians and plumbers received certificates of completion at the annual apprentice graduation of the Adult Evening School at the Middlesex County Vocational and Technical Schools...
2015/05/19 10:21
2015/05/19 10:21
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Workers at an Electrolux factory in Memphis have voted not to unionize. Electrolux’s Memphis appliance factory will not unionize. Plant workers rejected International Brotherhood of Electrical...
2015/05/19 08:52
2015/05/19 08:52
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It's malfeasance across the map. Current candidates stress "integrity," a necessary talking point, given what's gone before; and "collegiality," another attribute the court's known for...
2015/05/19 07:52
2015/05/19 07:52
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Perhaps that would be acceptable in another time and place. But how, in a city that can't find $85 million for education, can we find $500 million for a prison? How, in a city where the victims and...
2015/05/17 05:24
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From left are Todd Allen, Rotary president; Dave Painter, new member; and Steve Sandberg, Rotarian and Painter's sponsor for membership. Allen recently installed Painter as the club's newest member at...
2015/05/16 10:52
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Regardless of those numbers, Kenney, Williams, and Abraham, along with the three remaining Democratic candidates - Doug Oliver, Nelson Diaz, and T. Milton Street Sr. - are treating the waning days of...
2015/05/16 04:42
2015/05/16 04:42
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MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) – FairPoint Communications is cutting about 260 jobs in the 17 states where it operates, including 60 jobs when it closes a South Burlington call center, officials said. The...
2015/05/15 20:15
2015/05/15 20:15
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PORTLAND, Maine — FairPoint Communications plans to lay off 79 Maine line workers and technicians, the highest state total amid 260 layoffs across 17 states. About 85 percent of the layoffs are in...
2015/05/15 17:24
2015/05/15 17:24
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FairPoint Communications announced that it's going to lay off nearly 260 workers across its 17-state footprint, with most of the employees affected by this change residing in its northern New England...
2015/05/27 14:03
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