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  • Orange teacher raises part of new agreement

    Orange teacher raises part of new agreement
    Most teachers in Orange County's public schools will get raises of $3,100 or $2,000 this year, plus an extra $1,000 bonus, according to an agreement reached Thursday between district administrators and the local teachers union. The two-year salary...
  • Wethersfield OKs New Contract With Some Union Workers

    WETHERSFIELD — The town council unanimously approved a new contract Monday giving police dispatchers and some town hall employees raises of 2.5 percent to 2.85 percent in each of the next three years. The labor agreement with Local 1303-408, AFSCME...
  • Industry groups sue over L.A.'s minimum wage for hotel workers

    Industry groups sue over L.A.'s minimum wage for hotel workers
    Two hotel industry groups filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday challenging a new Los Angeles law that requires a higher minimum wage at the city's larger hotels. The lawsuit from the American Hotel and Lodging Assn. and the Asian American Hotel Owners Assn....
  • School District 97, teachers union cut new contract deal

    School District 97, teachers union cut new contract deal
    Oak Park Elementary District 97 and the Oak Park Teachers Association reached a tentative agreement on a contract Dec. 16, a month after OPTA’s membership voted down a previous agreement. “Through these discussions, we believe we have...
  • Hearing officer again scolds Saucon Valley contract negotiators

    Hearing officer again scolds Saucon Valley contract negotiators
    HARRISBURG — After listening to hours of testimony, objections and interruptions, Pennsylvania Labor Relations hearing officer Jack Marino now has to make a decision in the three-year contract impasse with the Saucon Valley School District and its...
  • Affidavit: Police union asked for dirt on Costa Mesa councilmen

    Affidavit: Police union asked for dirt on Costa Mesa councilmen
    Costa Mesa police officers mocked members of the City Council and suggested ways to catch them in compromising positions in the run-up to the 2012 municipal election, according to emails contained in court documents reviewed Monday by the Daily Pilot....
  • Traffic circle studied for Allentown's Hamilton, Union and Front streets

    Traffic circle studied for Allentown's Hamilton, Union and Front streets
    Residents and business owners got a first look Tuesday at a proposed traffic circle that would overhaul the intersection of Allentown's Hamilton, Union and Front streets, although officials warned that construction of such a circle is at least several...
  • After New York police officers' killings, mayor seeks halt to protests

    Mayor Bill de Blasio, trying to stanch the bitter fallout from the slayings of two policemen, called Monday for an end to angry rhetoric and protests alleging police brutality as all sides work to “knit our city together.” His appeal was one...
  • At rally, lump of coal sums up union's feelings for Norco executive

    At rally, lump of coal sums up union's feelings for Norco executive
    In the spirit of the Christmas season, some Northampton County workers arrived at the government Center Monday bearing gifts for the man they say has given them nothing. "For [County Executive] John Brown, we have a nice bag of coal," Justus James,...
  • USC-Verdugo Hills workers join union

    Two hundred employees at USC-Verdugo Hills Hospital have voted to join a statewide union, SEIU-United Healthcare Workers West, it was announced Tuesday. The new union members include certified nursing assistants, licensed vocational nurses, patient...
  • At Waterbury Hospital, Cuts Are Imminent Amid Debate Over Future

    At Waterbury Hospital, Cuts Are Imminent Amid Debate Over Future
    Waterbury Hospital will cut its expenses as early as January, which could mean layoffs and curtailed services, even as unions, administrators and local activists debate how the hospital should move forward after the collapse of its proposed merger....