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All Before Five: 11/25/05

A strike averted at Carthage hospital. Root, root, for the Rutabagas: the weird sport of rutabaga curling. And on the first day of ski season, a callout to the slopes.  Go to full article

Strike Averted at Carthage Hospital

A potential strike by workers at Carthage Area Hospital has been averted. Workers at Carthage Area Hospital were going to have a strike vote today, instead, they'll be signing off on a contract.  Go to full article

Mercy of Northern New York Files Reorganization Plan

Mercy of Northern New York in Watertown took what they hope is their first step out of bankruptcy in court on Monday. If they don't succeed, potential buyers of the health care facility are surfacing, and workers are choosing sides.  Go to full article
The view from inside:  Union strikers picket Alice Hyde Medical Center
The view from inside: Union strikers picket Alice Hyde Medical Center

Malone: Alice Hyde Strike Begins With Lock-out

170 workers walked off the job yesterday at Alice Hyde Medical Center in Malone. The union had planned a 5-day strike, designed to force better healthcare and pension benefits from hospital management. But Alice Hyde officials say striking employees will be locked out and replaced by temporary workers until the company's latest contract offer is accepted. As Brian Mann reports, both sides seem prepared for a long and bitter fight.  Go to full article

United Helpers Canton Nursing Home Employees to Vote on Unionization

The SEIU, which represents hospital and nursing home workers in northern New York is calling on legislators to adopt regulations guaranteeing adequate staffing at nursing homes. Employees at the United Helpers Canton Nursing Home could be a part of that effort, if they vote in favor of unionization next month.  Go to full article

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