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.
Raley’s workers are one step closer to walking off the job after voting “yes” to authorize a strike.
Workers at a local grocery chain have authorized a strike if continued negotiations don’t result in a new contract.
Raley’s workers were voting Monday night on whether to approve a walk-out.
The search is on for the sledge hammer-wielding thieves who smashed in a grocery store door and took a grocery cart full of booze.
Raley’s announced Thursday that rather than making a final offer to its union workers, the supermarket chain is calling in a federal mediator.
Several people picketed Sunday in Elk Grove with hopes of saving their favorite neighborhood grocery store.