Archive for September, 2017

Plymouth may face teacher layoffs due to budget impasse

PLYMOUTH - Gov. Dannel Malloy’s veto Thursday of the Republican state budget will likely have serious immediate consequences for the town and its schools, including teacher layoffs and worse. Connecticut is the last state in the nation without a budget …

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Major layoffs coming to the City of Pearl

Major layoffs coming to the City of Pearl. Pearl Mayor Jake Windham says about 16 people will have to lose their jobs. The majority of those layoffs will be from the Fire Department, and Public Works, specifically, the Buildings and Grounds Department, as …

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Layoffs hit Outcome Health in Chicago, N.Y.C. after major jobs announcement

The same week Outcome Health held a press conference announcing plans to hire 2,000 additional jobs for its Chicago headquarters, the fast-growing company is seeing layoffs. Outcome laid off dozens of workers at its Chicago and New York offices, according …

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Falls budget avoids layoffs, would bump taxes

NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. — Mayor Paul Dyster on Friday proposed a modest property tax increase for residents as a part of his 2018 budget plan, which he presented to the council during a time of extreme financial stress for the region’s second-largest city.

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Cuts and layoffs loom in Winnebago County budget

ROCKFORD - The Winnebago County Board approved a budget the county’s top-ranking official called “tough,” while a dissenting board member said the document is “heartbreaking.” The county voted 12 to 8 to pass the previously proposed budget that will see …

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Tyson Foods Announces More Than 400 Layoffs

SPRINGDALE, Ark. — Tyson Foods announced on Friday it’ll eliminate 450 jobs, most of them corporate positions in Springdale, Chicago and Cincinnati. “We’re grateful to everyone who has contributed to the company’s success, and we’re thankful for …

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