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International Longshoremen's Association

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  • Top dockworker union leaves AFL-CIO maritime group

    Citing job poaching by rival unions, the International Longshoremen's Association had disaffiliated with an AFL-CIO maritime coalition, opting instead to form its own group.
  • Baltimore's public port terminals set cargo records in 2014

    Baltimore's public port terminals set cargo records in 2014
    The port of Baltimore had a banner year for the overall cargo volume handled at its public terminals in 2014, in part thanks to record numbers of automobiles and cargo containers moving across its docks. The growth was restrained to some extent by...

    Baltimore longshoremen vote down another contract

    Baltimore longshoremen vote down another contract
    Members of the largest dockworkers union in Baltimore turned down a proposed local labor contract that had been tentatively agreed to by national union officials and representatives of Baltimore's port employers. This was not the first time members of...

    Baltimore port announces record month for container shipments

    Baltimore port announces record month for container shipments
    The port of Baltimore handled a record number of cargo containers in October. Dockworkers unloaded 46,827 containers in October, the most recent number available, breaking the record of 44,095 set in July 2013, the Maryland Port Administration said...

    William I. Connolly, claims manager

    William I. Connolly, a retired longshoremen's medical claims manager, died of pneumonia Dec. 18 at Gilchrist Hospice Care. The Overlea resident was 85. Born in Baltimore and raised on Hamilton Avenue, he was the son of Joseph M. Connolly, a Baltimore Gas...