Machinists volunteers put skills to work for Twin Cities nonprofit

“We’re hoping to take care of projects that most volunteer groups can’t handle,” District 77’s Ross Olson said.

Workers trust Ellison to have their back as AG

Hostility toward unions has been a common thread running through Doug Wardlow’s career.

Women in Construction plan two events this month

Interested in learning more about career opportunities in the union trades?

Workers put Trump on notice: ‘The U.S. mail is not for sale!’

Union solidarity is taking the wind out of Trump’s push to privatize the USPS.

Retiree Council president: ‘You can’t just ride off into the sunset’

A former diesel mechanic and longtime Machinist, McInnis became president of the Retiree Council last month.

Postal unions call National Day of Action to stop privatization

Local supporters will rally over the noon hour Oct. 8, outside the downtown Minneapolis Post Office.

Union pipefitters make furnace repairs for homeowners in need

Repairs will reduce energy costs and prevent heat failure.

Teamsters Local 120 raises $125,000 for veterans charity

Homes For Our Troops designs, builds and donates specially adapted homes for injured veterans.

Fight for $15 moves to city hall

“The time for debate is over,” Pastor James Erlandson said. “It’s time to pass the ordinance.”

Bobby Kasper: Our movement is on the rise, but we can’t stop now

We have the power to create the fair economy and just society that we deserve.