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Southwestern Illinois Building and Construction Trades Council considers alderman running for mayor

Southwestern Illinois Building and Construction Trades Council considers alderman running for mayor

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent O’Fallon, IL – The Southwestern Illinois Building and Construction Trades Council is considering..

February 13, 2017 with 0 Comments
Illinois leaders see some bright spots, vow to stay positive

Illinois leaders see some bright spots, vow to stay positive

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Collinsville, IL – The mood was somber but not quite grim as Metro-East Labor leaders recently got..

November 20, 2016 with 0 Comments
Candidates, labor leaders agree: Vote as if your life depends on it

Candidates, labor leaders agree: Vote as if your life depends on it

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Collinsville, IL – It’s been a dispiriting election season at times, so labor leaders and the..

October 24, 2016 with 0 Comments
Stewart sees potential for labor gains in November

Stewart sees potential for labor gains in November

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Collinsville – Dale Stewart is getting excited about the November election. Stewart, executive..

June 20, 2016 with 0 Comments
Illinois officials show rare united front in bid to win NGA job

Illinois officials show rare united front in bid to win NGA job

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Collinsville, IL – While St. Louis has been working to improve its site offering for the National..

March 21, 2016 with 0 Comments
Beleaguered Steel Workers in Granite City now face layoff threat

Beleaguered Steel Workers in Granite City now face layoff threat

  Granite City – United Steel Workers leaders are asking members who work at Granite City Steel to remain focused, work safely and..

October 19, 2015 with 0 Comments
Campaign seeks to build workforce for new manufacturing, crafts jobs

Campaign seeks to build workforce for new manufacturing, crafts jobs

Alton ­– Economic development leaders expect about 1,500 new manufacturing jobs to open in Southwestern Illinois in the next five years..

September 28, 2015 with 0 Comments
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