Bolivar, NY – The former treasurer of the Bolivar Volunteer Fire Department has been charged in the alleged theft of more than $11,000 from the fire department over several years.
Reprinted The Greenwood Lake Middle School kicked off their kindness campaign entitled, “Choose Kind” on Tues., Oct., 10. The campaign focuses on making kind decisions. As part of the #choosekind campaign, all students and staff members were given a copy of the book “Wonder” by R.J. Palacio to share and read with their families, along…
MACON, Ga.—The United Steelworkers are accusing Kumho Tire of waging a “psychological warfare” campaign after workers at the company’s new plant here rejected the union by a 164-136 margin.
FORT MADISON, Iowa—White supremacists were responsible for two assaults on Iowa correctional officers in less than a week, AFSCME Council 61 President Danny Homan said Oct. 18.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.—Plans to replace an aging oil pipeline have split three key constituencies of the state’s Democratic-Farmer-Labor party, pitting building-trades unions against environmentalists and Native Americans.
OTEEN, N.C.—Veterans Administration workers gathered at Charles George VA Medical Center here Oct. 12 to protest the federal government leaving 49,000 staff positions vacant nationwide, while appropriating $2.1 billion to save the nearly bankrupt Choice Program, created in 2014 to pay for veterans to see private doctors if they don’t want to wait 30 days for an…
New York, NY – On Wednesday, October 18, members of the Transport Workers Union of America held a massive demonstration in Times Square to protest American Airlines’ outsourcing of U. S. jobs.
Columbus, Ohio—The United Auto Workers announced Oct. 15 that it will back Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) for re-election. “Sherrod Brown recognizes that we need to invest in our workers and restore the value of work in our country,” UAW Region 2B director Rich Rankin said in a statement.