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June 12, 2023
UBC Second General President Tom Flynn considered Brother Dow a close friend and mentor. He pointed to the practical and constructive way Dow approached his work with the union as an example he still tries to emulate.Read More
June 8, 2023
The North Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters is proud to welcome John Walsh to its senior management team. An 18-year member of the union, Walsh joins the union administration as chief operating officer. He will work with Executive Secretary-Treasurer Joseph Byrne and other members of the senior staff to manage operations of the regional governing body of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America (UBC).Read More
June 7, 2023
Kevin Nicholson, Board Member and Chair of Maine Homeless Veterans, provided us with his invaluable referral that brought together Local 352 Business Representative Mike McGuigan and Melissa Swett, daughter of the late Army Veteran Michael Donahue. Their collaborative efforts aimed to address the much-needed repairs on Linda Swett’s home, following the financial strain caused by Michael’s battle with cancer.Read More
May 29, 2023
The first floor of the Carpenters Center in Boston is undergoing a renovation to better serve apprentices and the North Atlantic Carpenters Training Fund (NASCTF).Read More
May 12, 2023
Two apartment buildings once celebrated by developers and city leaders in Quincy, Massachusetts are now the subject of a lawsuit by the owners who allege Callahan, Inc. and Cube 3 Studio failed to “properly design and construct the Project in accordance with their contractual obligations.”Read More
May 12, 2023
Women looking to get into carpentry and unsure of where to start have a resource in the Sisters in the Brotherhood and an eight-week pre-apprentice program just for women. As part of the North Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters, the Sisters in the Brotherhood program runs this summer at training centers around the state to give women the opportunity to begin careers in the building trades.Read More