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Morning Headlines: Friday, December 11
Police Chief Community Input Session Draws Crowds Northwest Rockford shooting leaves one injured Rockford NAACP president challenges paperwork of two candidates running against State Rep. Litesa Wallace Rockford marijuana dispensary, MedMar, receives state approval, will open today Shop on State Event Comes to Downtown Rockford Fiat Chrysler To Pay $70 Million Fine To US Government
Strike Averted As UAW, Fiat Chrysler Reach Tentative Agreement
It appears workers at the Belvidere assembly plant won't be hitting the picket lines today, as a last-second tentative agreement has been hammered out between the UAW and Fiat Chrysler. According to the Detroit Free Press: The deal came just before midnight and "secured significant gains," the union announced in a Facebook post at 12:03 am...
UAW Workers Appear To Reject Fiat Chrysler Contract
There could be a strike on the horizon at the Belvidere assembly plant. According to the Associated Press, it appears that United Auto Workers union members have voted down a four-year contract deal with Fiat Chrysler: Members at large assembly plants in Ohio and Michigan rejected the pact in voting Tuesday...
Morning Headlines: Friday, September 18
Report: Belvidere Plant to Get Cherokee Production but Lose Dart Rock Valley College Faculty Reject 'Last, Best' Offer from Board of Trustees Concerns Raised About Plans for New MercyRockford Medical Campus Police searching for suspect who robbed gas station with hunting knife last night Jesse Jackson Jr...
Chrysler To Offer Free College Tuition to All Dealership Employees
Making a college education affordable seems to be a discussion taking place all over these days. Here's one way to solve that problem, I suppose: have somebody else pay for it. According to Fortune, the United States division of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has unveiled a plan to offer free college tuition to the 118,000 employees at its Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram, and Fiat dealerships across the cou
Boone County Students Win Robotics Grant From Chrysler Foundation
A number of local high school students just got good news from The Chrysler Foundation. The organization has announced more than $230,000 in grants to support robotics programs across the United States. $5,000 of that total is heading to the Belvidere, Belvidere North & North Boone High Schools’ Flaming Monkeys 4-H Robotics Club. ...