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Teamsters sue Shelton over retirement contribution funding

The union accused the mayor of unfair labor practices.

Teamsters call on XPO Logistics shareholders to nix executive compensation package

The union also urged investors support its call for an independent board chairman.

Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital nurses go on strike

“All hell is breaking loose at the hospital, and nurses have not even gone out on strike yet,” says an official at the New York State Nurses Association.

Service workers union holds New Rochelle rally for racial and economic...

Members of 32BJ SEIU (Service Employees International Union) participated in a caravan of about 25 vehicles from the Ursaline School on North Avenue in...

J.C. Penney permanently closing Poughkeepsie Galleria store

The J.C. Penney store in Poughkeepsie’s Galleria shopping mall will be permanently closing on Sept. 27, according to a notice filed with the New...

Fast-food workers in CT service plazas plan to unionize

The SEIU orchestrated the "Fight For $15" campaign to increase the minimum wage for low-income workers.

Local UFCW members vote to ratify Stop & Shop contract

Employees also receive retroactive pay for the period when their original contract ended through the new contract's ratification.

Contract negotiated for commercial cleaners

Janitors with the 32BJ Service Employees International Union and their employers agree to incrementally increase minimum wages as part of the new contract.

New scholarship available for union-affiliated Pace Law students

A prominent Long Island lawyer and Pace Law School alumnus is giving back to his alma mater with a scholarship for students who are union members or who have a parents in a union.

George Washington was here

Mason anniversary highlights Washington visits.

Union protests at Harrison work site

The famed “union rat” was perched near the top of Gannett Drive in protest of work being done at the Life Time Athletic Westchester complex.

AFL-CIO leader for DOL

The governor again appointed a union leader as head of the Connecticut Department of Labor.

Union official to lead DOL

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy again appointed a union leader as commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Labor, tapping AFT Connecticut President Sharon Palmer to lead DOL.

Double-whammy loans loom large

Some area banks are struggling with restructured loans in which borrowers remain in arrears.

Loan drought continues

Community banks in Fairfield County only barely increased small business loans last year, with the state taking another crack at the problem.