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Central Harlem »

40,000 Verizon workers went on strike Wednesday. Here's how it could impact your service.

Midtown »

The rail strike would cause delays at Hudson River bridges, tunnels and PATH stations, officials say. 

Midtown »

Thousands of longshoremen walked off the job Friday disrupting New York and New Jersey ports.

Crown Heights »

Salons in Crown Heights, Park Slope and Prospect-Lefferts Gardens closed their doors on Tuesday.

Concourse »

Hundreds of workers gathered at Bronx Borough Hall to demand that their employer give them higher wages.

Civic Center »

More than two-thirds of the workers at MFY Legal Services rejected a proposed contract and walked out.

Brooklyn Heights »

A historian will discuss the Great Trolley Strike of 1895, when workers brought transit to a halt.

Midtown »

The eight Long Island Rail Road unions reached a deal with the MTA Thursday.

Jamaica »

DNAinfo has rounded up a list of transportation alternatives in case the LIRR strike freezes trains.

Midtown »

Shuttle buses, ferry service and free parking spaces near subways will bridge the gap, the MTA said.

Upper West Side »

Book Culture employees walked out of their jobs Wednesday to protest recent firings over a union vote.

Jamaica »

Thirteen people suffered minor injuries in Queens and Staten Island school bus accidents, the FDNY said.

Downtown »

Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott said attendance for District 75 was down about 40 percent Wednesday.

New York City »

Tens of thousands of parents tried to find other routes to school Wednesday morning.

New York City »

School bus drivers are planning to begin picketing Wednesday morning.