Keystone Oaks Officials Say School In Session Thursday After Hours Of Negotiations To Avoid StrikeAfter hours of negotiations late into the night and past the midnight deadline, the Keystone Oaks teachers' union and district have reportedly reached a tentative deal to avoid a strike.
Negotiations Scheduled As Keystone Oaks Teachers, Staff Prepare To StrikeKeystone Oaks teachers, nurses and counselors plan to go on strike if they don't have a new contract by Thursday morning.
Keystone Oaks Teachers, Staff Ready To Strike If New Contract Can’t Be ReachedTeachers and other staff members in the Keystone Oaks School District are threatening to hit the picket lines later this week if a new contract cannot be reached with the district.
Women’s Strike Organizers Trying To ‘Reorient Conversation About What Work Is’Wherever you find yourself working, there is a call for women to go on strike on Wednesday.
Some Pittsburghers Planning To Strike On ‘International Women’s Day’Wednesday is International Women's Day, and some groups are calling on women to go on strike to make a point about women’s rights and equal pay.
Union Issues Strike Notice At Ruby Memorial Hospital In MorgantownA union representing 950 service workers at Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown has issued a 10-day notice that it plans to strike unless a tentative contract settlement is reached.
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Back On Stage After 55-Day StrikeAfter a 55-day musician’s strike, the music of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is finally back at Heinz Hall.
PSO Strike Ends As Musicians & Management Agree On ContractThe strike by the musicians of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is now over.
Report: PSO Musicians, Management Could Be Close To Deal To End StrikeThe Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is nowhere to be found since suspending their picket line Saturday morning.
Symphony Strike Having Negative Effect On Downtown BusinessesThey're still carrying picket signs instead of violins and a clarinets.
Classes Resume At 14 Pennsylvania-Owned UniversitiesClasses have resumed for more than 100,000 students who attend Pennsylvania's 14 state-owned universities.
Pittsburgh Symphony Management, Union Seek Financial OutlookThe Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra's management and musicians union have agreed to let an independent expert assess the organization's finances in hopes of ending a musician's strike that began Sept. 30.

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