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TidewaterBizBAE Systems Ship Repair in Norfolk was awarded a $49.4 million contract to repair and upgrade the USS Porter, a guided-missile destroyer that was damaged in a collision last year. “One of the things we do really well is repair, maintain and...
Lisa Harrison weighed 527 pounds on the day she was fired from her job at a Louisiana drug addiction treatment center. The 5-foot-2-inch Harrison, who believed her employer considered her "disabled" due to her weight, filed a discrimination charge with...
Some folks who live around the Radford Arsenal had plenty of environmental questions at a public hearing on Tuesday night. The meeting started at 6 p.m. and it wasn't long before folks were asking how safe is the air, soil and water around the Radford...
Rescuers called off the search for a missing shipyard worker who fell into the Mobile River after strong winds blew the beleaguered Carnival cruise ship Triumph off its moorings and into a pier. The Triumph had been at the BAE Systems shipyard in...
Carnival's cursed cruise ship Triumph broke loose from its moorings Wednesday when strong winds hit Mobile, Ala., and two shipyard workers fell into the Mobile River. One was still missing by evening. Helicopters and search teams scoured the river...
Over the years, a steady trickle of Minnesota companies have been coming to South Dakota because of its favorable business climate, but that might turn into a gusher if Gov. Mark Dayton's plan to increase taxes on Minnesota businesses becomes law. At...
With automatic federal spending cuts set to hit the defense industry on March 1, senior White House officials met with chief executives from contractors to discuss the potential impact. White House spokesman Jay Carney made the disclosure Wednesday...
Eyeing budget problems galore, Rep. Randy Forbes, R-Chesapeake, is visiting six shipyards in Hampton Roads today and Friday to gauge how deep cuts in defense spending will hurt business. He'll stop at Newport News Shipbuilding and five shipyards in...
It has become a musical tradition at the annual United Way kickoff breakfast: For the fourth time, guitarist Rodney Johnson performed a song at Thursday’s campaign launch. Johnson was introduced by Tom Agnitsch, executive director of United Way of...
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KIAHBig news for Ronald Kratz, II, the guy who was fired from his warehouse job in Sealy for being too fat. Well, this week the big guy got paid! Back in 2009, BAE Systems decided Ron's weight, 680-pounds, made him too big to do his job. He was over 400...
New River Valley ReporterOne of the New River Valley's longest running employers is on the verge of changing management. The Radford Army Ammunition plant will soon be managed by BAE Systems. We spoke with BAE Systems, and asked them about jobs possibly being lost. The...
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