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Nespoli gets 5th term as Sanitation's union leader

Harry Nespoli, the president of Teamsters Local 831, the Uniformed Sanitationmen’s Association, and his slate will embark on a fifth five-year term. Nespoli and his colleagues faced no opposition …

A bill making its way through the City Council has split the ranks of Local 1199 of the Service Employees International Union, with union officials criticizing the legislation and rank-and-file …

Terror attacks reverberate as U.S. marks 21st anniversary

Americans remembered 9/11 on Sunday with tear-choked tributes and pleas to "never forget," 21 years after the deadliest terror attack on U.S. soil.The loss still felt immediate to Bonita Mentis, who …

Schools adding 850 safety agents

Mayor Eric Adams and the city schools chancellor announced plans to train 650 school safety agents throughout the coming school year — and a possible pathway for safety agents and other civilian …

CUNY wants to re-enroll New Yorkers in college

After nine years of college studies, Tom Reingold found the rigors of coursework too difficult and dropped out of Hunter College in 1987 without receiving a degree.  He went on to work in …

Historical novel brings Sept. 11 and its aftermath into focus

Even 21 years after the Twin Towers collapsed, 9/11 remains a raw memory for Joe Calderone. Calderone, at the time an investigative editor at the Daily News, got to ground zero a day after the …

Catsimatidis-owned firm must offer to rehire workers

Workers at a John Catsimatidis-owned oil company who were fired after they went on strike last year must be offered their jobs back, according to a settlement between the firm and the National Labor …

TWU opposes bill that would ban Central Park horse carriages

Martin Vazquez, 39, held out his hand out for his wife Sofia, 37, as she stepped out of a pedicab on Central Park South on Labor Day. The married couple of eight years consciously chose for their …

We’re number one. Amid a recent wave of organizing campaigns across the country, New York City had the highest rate of newly-unionized private-sector workers, according to a recent report.Between …

Former NYPD cop sentenced to 10 years for Jan. 6 assault

A former NYPD cop was sentenced this week to 10 years in prison for striking a Washington, D.C., police officer with a flagpole during the violent Jan. 6 takeover of the U.S. Capitol by supporters of …

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