IBEW Widow Champions Workers in Senate Run Against Iowa’s Ernst

 

Theresa Greenfield awoke to bright, sunny skies on June 3, 1988, roused her lineman husband, packed his lunch and saw him off to work.

 

Navy Commitment Puts New Jersey Member on COVID-19 Duty in South Pacific

 

Trenton, N.J., Local 269’s Ed Nowak is among the thousands of IBEW members who have stayed on the job as COVID-19 has spread across North America and around the world. But unlike most of his union brothers and sisters, Nowak found himself fighting the coronavirus pandemic on the other side of the planet.

 

Thank a Lineworker Today

 

July 10 is National Lineworker Appreciation Day, an occasion to celebrate the men and women who keep North America’s electricity running and to memorialize those who have been injured or killed doing their job.

 

AGL Employees Ratify Contract, Become Full IBEW Members Amid Pandemic

 

One of the largest organizing victories in the South in recent years reached a crucial milestone when the members of Atlanta Local 1997 voted overwhelmingly to approve their first contract with Atlanta Gas Light.

 

Fighting for Jobs, IBEW Asks Members to Weigh in on Ohio Wind Project

 

IBEW leaders in Ohio and developers of a proposed wind farm in Lake Erie are asking members to contact the governor’s office to request his help in changing a decision made by a state board in charge of approving the $126 million project.

 

AGL IBEW Members Ratify First Contract

It was a long time coming, but Atlanta Gas Light workers approved their first-ever IBEW contract last May.