MORNING READ; TUESDAY, JULY 1ST 2008
UFCW strike in Vancouver has been put on hold as a mediator has been called in.
More on the postponed strike.
Governor David Paterson has asked the U.S. Department of Agriculture to declare 23 New York counties ag disaster areas, citing severe crop losses during damaging June 16 storms. He's also urging farmers to report their losses.
Con Edison says it can keep the power flowing if almost 9,000 union workers walk off the job early Wednesday - but the union says New Yorkers had better get ready.
Shoppers are criticizing Wal-Mart's new earth friendly 'Milk Jugs'
...And Wal-Mart wants to buy more local produce.
A community board in Queens has voted in favor of a plan backed by Mayor Bloomberg to develop a 60-acre site into a new neighborhood of homes, shops, offices and entertainment.
Anthony Weiner is grading Michael Bloomberg as Mayor.
Here's Obama's latest TV ad.
The town of Huntington continues to go 'Green'.Tweet