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A project labor agreement - criticized as contrary to capitalist competition by limiting bidding and boosting costs to taxpayers, while praised as providing honest wages with benefits and jobs for local workers - won unanimous approval Tuesday by the Fairfield City Council for the Intermodal Station Project.
It is 19 days and counting since the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 876 began their contract strike at Alger Delta Electric.
A recent survey conducted by Littelfuse Inc. reveals that arc flash safety is a priority among plant professionals and that protection technologies such as arc flash relays are rapidly growing in popularity.
Fort Valley State was picked second in the East Division and fourth overall in a preseason vote by the SIAC's head coaches Monday.
Western Massachusetts Electric Co. has closed its service center in Greenfield, but six of its more than 20 employees who worked out of that center will stay in Franklin County.
For this installment of our Rutgers commit analysis feature, we decided to do things a little differently.
PHILADELPHIA - The two unions representing SEPTA railroad engineers and electrical workers on Friday expressed disappointment with the recommendations of a presidential panel on their long-running labor dispute.
Zane Memeger, the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, announced yesterday that three area men were busted for allegedly running a telemarketing scam that bilked unsuspecting people out of $7.5 million.
The following is a joint statement issued by the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers System Council No.
Pamela Washington of Fresno measures a length of conduit in an introductory class at IBEW Local 100 training center on Friday, July 18, 2014.
On Monday, the Petaluma City Council will have to decide if environmental concerns raised by trade unions about the mixed-use project proposed on the Petaluma River are genuine, or a smokescreen used to delay the project following failed labor discussions.
It's too early to declare victory, but a Superior Court judge's ruling today is good news for L.A. residents and city officials who are fighting for Department of Water and Power ratepayers' right to know how $40 million of their money has been spent by two secretive trusts.
The Fort Morgan City Council approved a proposal Tuesday which will raise the pay for city electrical department linemen - in hopes that they will continue working for the city.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 06:03 am
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