The Newspaper Guild at the Norwalk (Conn.) Hour and the paper have reached a tentative deal for a new three-year contract.
If approved, the contract would provide for 2 percent raises for each of the next three years, decrease employee contributions to health care premiums, and a clause that prevents the paper from replacing full-time employees with temps.
A vote is scheduled for next Tuesday.
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