QUINCY, Mass. — Five local unions whose contracts with Stop & Shop here are to expire this weekend have called meetings on Sunday to discuss proposals for a new contract. The five locals — United Food and Commercial Workers Locals 328, 371, 919, 1445 and 1459 — represent around 40,000 Stop & Shop workers throughout New England. The unions, which are negotiating jointly with the retailer, did not say they had reached an agreement with Stop & Shop. The current ...

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