If this is true, this has to go down as one of the worst workplace intrusions we've ever heard.Yesterday, Nancy Jenkins, a 42-year-old bus driver in the Bronx, said to reporters at The Daily News that she was subject to a tongue lick that spanned her entire face: "He stuck out his ton ... More >>
A disputed tip to a tabloid about MTA employee contact talks could deal a damaging blow to negotiations -- according the MTA Transit Authority's top honcho, Joseph J. Lhota.
In today's New York Post, an article claims that the MTA "has caved to several costly union demands," including "one concessi ... More >>
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March 15, 1973, Vol. XVIII, No. 11
John Lindsay: Goodbye to all that
by Clark Whelton
It had been raining through the early spring afternoon, but 30 minutes before John Lindsay was due to land in Milwaukee the weather turned around and ... More >>
You may have noticed the controversy over last week's Voice cover story, "White America Has Lost Its Mind" by Steven Thrasher. The story has drawn at this writing more than a thousand comments, many of them devoted to proving Thrasher's proposition by example.
Among the more choice reader contribu ... More >>
When Roger Toussaint, President of Transit Workers Union Local 100 during the 2005 subway strike, left his duties in February to work for the international TWU, he handed them off to Curtis Tate, vice president for the Rapid Transit Operations Division.
Toussaint backed Tate for election to ... More >>
The one-year anniversary of Mike Bloomberg's term-limits flip-flop is being celebrated today by a pair of unions who chose the date to announce their endorsement of Bill Thompson for mayor -- while throwing in some tough language about the incumbent.
Electricians Local Union No. 3, one of the city' ... More >>
Nearly 100 people remained outside the Metropolitan Transportation Authority fare hike hearing in Manhattan almost an hour after it began on Wednesday evening, their wait caused by stepped-up security measures and what appeared to be the authority's failure to anticipate the crowd.
"We've recentl ... More >>