3 hrs ago
OL Jake Whitley Has 6 Offers & Counting
One of the state's top 2014 offensive linemen, Jake Whitley of North Augusta High School, has 6 offers currently and he could be on the verge of another one soon.
8 hrs ago
OK Sun get three more top recruits
The Okanagan Sun have secured commitments from three more top recruits as they continue to get ready for the start of training camp in early July.
12 hrs ago
Alteva laying off 20 percent of Warwick workforce
Alteva plans to lay off 20 percent of its approximately 100 union and non-union workers at its headquarters on Main Street this week.
16 hrs ago
Clout makes a sad face: A dull election short on shenanigans
HERE'S A FINE example of how sleepy yesterday's primary election was: The most noted case of polling-place skulduggery was a temporary tattoo given as a joke.
20 hrs ago
Economics Daily Digest: Fixing the economy first, but not yet
According to Brad Plumer, if we're serious about climate change, we need to solve the jobs crisis first: There's a connection between a senator's "green score" from the League of Conservation Voters and the unemployment rate in his or her state.
Tue May 21, 2013
Letter Carriers Deliver to Congress
New reports show the big movers of PAC contributions in April were those in interest groups that have pending legislative issues before the 113th Congress.
Mon May 20, 2013
Union wins concessions, endorses Fortis-Central Hudson deal
The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 320, previously one of the most entrenched opponents of Fortis' proposed acquisition of CH Energy Group, now supports the deal.
Political machine flexing its muscles
TOMORROW, a tiny sliver of the city's residents will look at a scroll of names you've probably never heard and grant to a few the power to sentence criminals, negotiate divorces and adjudicate lawsuits for years to come.
Sat May 18, 2013
Pasadena electric workers say system is aging, understaffed
Electrical workers asked the City Council this week to allocate more resources to what they say is an understaffed department working on an aging and dangerous system.
Journal of Commerce
Worker at centre of union sign up allegations speaks out
The man targeted by allegations from the open shop contractors association that an electricians' union is signing up apprentices at the B.C. Institute of Technology says the story is a complete fabrication and is demanding an apology.
Fri May 17, 2013
Employees presented with Lifesaving Awards
Participating in the presentation of Lifesaving Awards were: SaskPower CEO Robert Watson, award recipients Dana Gill, Denise Kirkness and Codi Eagles, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 2067 business manager Neil Collins, and Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union Local 649 president Christy Best.
Wed May 15, 2013
Electrical Construction and Maintenance
Installing Energy-Efficient Indoor Lighting Systems
It's no secret the cost of electrical energy continues to rise and will inevitably continue to do so in the future.
Tiny Glendale Water & Power Shows L.A. How To Tame DWP Union Boss Brian D'Arcy
Scott Ochoa had never met Brian D'Arcy, the head of the powerful electrical workers' union, when D'Arcy called him up in a rage last year.
Journal of Commerce
Union threatens to sue over apprentice sign up allegations
The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers in B.C. is threatening to take legal action against the local open shop contractors association for making accusations that the union is signing up apprentices in classrooms at a publicly-funded technical institute.
Tue May 14, 2013
Comcast's executive severance pay debated
Just as voters find it hard to muster enthusiasm for local elections in the year after a presidential election, shareholder activists seem to be subdued in the current annual shareholder meeting season.
Mon May 13, 2013
Tax Payer Pole Dancing
The Nation Endowment for the Arts has given thousands of dollars to the "art" of pole dancing.
San Diego Reader
In just one day, labor-council chief Lorena Gonzalez collects nearly...
On Monday, May 13, Gonzalez once again showed off her fundraising skills, raking in just shy of $20,000 in one day's worth of filings.
IBEW, NECA, DTE To Train Electricians In Storm Damage Repair
Elected officials, DTE Energy representatives and leadership of the National Electrical Contractors Association and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers unveiled the new Storm Watch Training Lab during the "The Future is Electric" open house Monday, at the IBEW-NECA Electrical Industry Training Center in Warren.
Backing The Pack
According to Report, Allen, Mattes Get NFL Tryouts
According to the official Atlantic Coast Conference website , former Pack linemen Zach Allen and R.J. Mattes received tryouts with the Panthers and Patriots, respectively.
Rivals Camp Series: Top defensive linemen
The regional portion of the Rivals Camp Series presented by Under Armour is over, wrapping up in Chicago and totaling 15 events around the country.