EAST BRIDGEWATER, Mass. -- Members of United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 791 employed by Shaw's Supermarkets here last week voted to strike if a new contract is not ratified by July 27. Union leaders and company management said many issues remain to be resolved in their ongoing negotiations, although a union representative told SN he believed a strike could be avoided. In 1997, the local, which represents Shaw's employees in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, went out ...

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