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email@example.comLawmakers are trying again to prohibit undocumented workers from taking jobs under Maryland state contracts. This year, Sen. Christopher B. Shank, R-Washington, is the lead Senate sponsor on a bill calling for Maryland to adopt the federal E-Verify...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWashington County Educational Support Personnel could get a one-time payment of 1 percent of their base pay if the Board of Education approves a memorandum of understanding with the union during Tuesday’s meeting, School Board President Wayne...
email@example.comTalks between the Chambersburg Area School Board and its teachers union resumed Monday, but a new collective-bargaining agreement appears far out of sight. The district and the Chambersburg Area Education Association met for more than two hours Monday...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSmithsburg High School should have a new boiler in place before winter arrives. The boiler contract, as well as one for custodial supplies for the school system, were approved unanimously as part of the consent agenda during the June 7 meeting of the...
Once used mostly to move luxury cars, leasing has reached record levels, helped by easing credit restrictions and a move downmarket. Leases on Jaguars and BMWs remain plentiful, but the most-leased cars in America are now the Honda Civic, Toyota Camry,...
In ratifying a six-year contract with Caterpillar Inc. on Tuesday, workers in South Milwaukee, Wis., opened the door to a multiple system of wages that is key to the global company's flexible workforce. Ross Winklbauer, a United Steelworkers...
The frequent rains that have soaked Iowa this year have left many corn and soybean fields unplanted or with flooded areas. Many producers are wondering what options they have under their multiple peril crop insurance (MPCI) policies. Q What should a...
Tribune reporterCaterpillar Inc. on Friday said that it will lay off about a third of the workers in its South Milwaukee plant in 10 days because of lower demand for the mining equipment the Peoria-based heavy equipment manufacturer makes there. The move will affect...
In Glendale, utility workers found their paychecks a little smaller last week — the price of the inability of their union, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 18, to negotiate an initial contract two years after winning the...
When the tires on their Dodge Caravan had worn so thin that the steel belts were showing through, Don and Florence Cherry couldn't afford to buy a new set. So they decided to rent instead. The Rich Square, N.C., couple last September agreed to pay...
Tribune reporterCaterpillar workers in South Milwaukee are set to vote Tuesday on a new contract proposal that's "slightly better" than the one the earth-moving equipment maker offered in late April. Peoria-based Caterpillar sweetened the six-year deal by offering an...
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