Raley’s is investigating if customers’ financial information was compromised following a possible cyber attack, the company announced Thursday.
A strike at Raley’s is over after workers and the company reached a tentative agreement on a new contract.
There are new questions being raised about whether workers at Raley’s really support their strike or if union bosses are orchestrating the walkout.
Many will head to the polls Tuesday, and some might encounter a group of picketers because of a grocery’s chain’s labor dispute.
A northern California labor union says contracts talks with Raley’s supermarkets have broken down and a strike has been called.
Raley’s has until midnight Saturday to reach a deal with the employees’ union, or thousands of workers could walk off the job.
The West Sacramento-based Raley’s supermarket chain and its workers have resumed contract talks — this time with the help of a federal mediator.
The little black birds are everywhere at a Natomas shopping center and they are leaving their mark.
Raley’s and its union workers, who have been preparing for a strike, will meet again on Thursday in an attempt to reach a contract agreement.
Raley’s workers say they are fed up with the supermarket’s latest offer and they’re ready to strike.
Embroiled in drawn-out contract negotiations with its union workers, Raley’s announced the closure of two more of its stores in Northern California on Friday.
Two Sacramento neighborhood parks will receive grants totaling $10,000 to fix up their basketball courts.
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