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The Rutgers staff will host multiple recruits on campus Thursday, at least four of which of the larger variety.
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Orange County REMC is recognizing April 18, 2014, as National Lineman Appreciation Day to honor the hardworking men who work often in challenging conditions to keep the power on.
Excellus BlueCross BlueShield parent Lifetime Healthcare Cos. Inc. has named Excellus chairman Thomas Hildebrandt as its chairman.
Westfield officials announced an agreement was reached with the Local 459 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers last week.
His decision follows a Sunday pledge from 3-star Texas linebacker High School in Honolulu.
The pre-draft visits for the Cowboys are expected to take place soon, check out some of the names on the list.
A 34-year-old Quincy man, who authorities said was one of two workers who fell to their deaths when a crane toppled on a Bourne job site yesterday afternoon, "died doing what he loved," heartbroken family members said.
Be it at a local restaurant or in the living space shared by Chris Muller and J.J. Denman, the five offensive linemen from the 2012 Rutgers football recruiting class often wind up in the same place at the same time.
Media giant Comcast has contributed $15,000 to Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber's re-election campaign through three of its entities, according to disclosure reports filed Friday afternoon .
According to two attorneys representing a company that builds wind, solar and biomass projects, changes to California's Environmental Quality Act are needed to end abuses by labor unions.
A federal judge has tossed out the conviction of a former North Jersey labor leader who was found guilty of conspiring to embezzle more than $145,000 from an electricians union in a scheme to pad the salary of his future wife.
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