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  • Plans to resume 'Midnight Rider' filming concern union officials

    Plans to resume 'Midnight Rider' filming concern union officials
    The union representing Hollywood crew members has expressed dismay over plans by the producers of "Midnight Rider" to resume production of the film in Los Angeles, a few months after a train accident in Georgia killed a camera assistant. Michael Miller,...
  • Judge orders Kamenetz to appear in court in police union dispute

    Judge orders Kamenetz to appear in court in police union dispute
    A Baltimore County judge has warned County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and two other county officials they could face jail time or other penalties for refusing to pay more than $1 million to police retirees despite a court order to do so. In an unusual...
  • DWP union chief says he'll fight order to turn over nonprofit records

    DWP union chief says he'll fight order to turn over nonprofit records
    Brian D’Arcy, head of the largest union at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, says he will appeal a newly finalized court order requiring him to turn over financial records for two nonprofit trusts that have received more than $40...
  • EB, Union Agree To 5-Year Pact

    GROTON — Submarine builder Electric Boat and the Metal Trades Council have agreed to a new five-year contract that includes raises, a pension increase for current employees and a voluntary severance package. The union's 2,200 members, who were...
  • ClearEdge Power Said To Be Seeking Bankruptcy, Sent Workers Home Early

    ClearEdge Power Said To Be Seeking Bankruptcy, Sent Workers Home Early
    Amid word of broad corporate restructuring, workers at ClearEdge Power in South Windsor were sent home Thursday, uncertain about what the future holds for their company or their jobs. Briefed by the company Thursday afternoon, Town Manager Matthew B....
  • New Annapolis mayor struggles in first months on job

    New Annapolis mayor struggles in first months on job
    Annapolis Mayor Mike Pantelides thought winning election as a Republican in a Democrat-dominated city would be hard. "The entire state was against me," he said. Governing has been even tougher. In the five months since his 59-vote victory,...
  • Two Years Since NStar Merger, Northeast Utilities Still Seeking 'One Company'

    Two Years Since NStar Merger, Northeast Utilities Still Seeking 'One Company'
    BERLIN — The process started two years ago by Thomas J. May was bound to be unsettling. May, who became chief executive of Northeast Utilities when it merged with Massachusetts utility NStar in April 2012, has spent the intervening months...
  • Rail workers' health issues are a growing safety concern

    Visibility was 10 miles and the morning sun had pushed the temperature close to 90 as Danny Joe Hall guided his mile-long Union Pacific freight train east through the grasslands of the Oklahoma Panhandle. Near the farming town of Goodwell, federal...
  • Garcetti allies sue for access to financial records of DWP nonprofits

    Garcetti allies sue for access to financial records of DWP nonprofits
    The newest board members of two troubled Department of Water and Power nonprofits are suing the utility's union boss, claiming he has refused to hold meetings or give them access to records showing how the groups have spent more than $40 million in...
  • L.A. teacher wins job back after removal for science projects

    L.A. teacher wins job back after removal for science projects
    A Los Angeles high school science teacher is returning to the classroom two months after being suspended over concerns that two students had assembled "dangerous" science projects under his supervision. Both projects overseen by teacher Greg Schiller...
  • CTU boss cheers for Rahmfather's early retirement

     CTU boss cheers for Rahmfather's early retirement
    Karen Lewis, the feisty boss of the Chicago Teachers Union, has a special hope for Mayor Rahm Emanuel. "Hopefully retired soon. I just think the mayor — I don't understand him. I just really don't," said Lewis. Lewis made her remarks as a...