Call 4 Action: Wiping Out Soldier's Cell Phone Bills During DeploymentU.S. troops are serving overseas, but worried about their cell phone bills back home.
Unlimited Data Plan Returns For Verizon CustomersStarting Monday, the unlimited data plan scrapped by Verizon six years ago is back as a plan option.
Verizon Buys Yahoo For $4.83 BillionVerizon is buying Yahoo for $4.83 billion, marking the end of an era for a company that once defined the internet.
Striking Verizon Employees To Return To Work WednesdayThe pact, subject to approval by union members, stands to end one of the largest strikes in the United States in recent years.
Verizon, Union Reach Agreement To End StrikeVerizon and striking unions have reached a deal in principle for a 4-year labor agreement.
Verizon Replacement Worker Accused Of Striking Picketer With Truck Held On $5,000 BailA Vermont man was arrested Tuesday morning after police say he struck a picketer outside a Verizon facility.
Verizon, Unions Agree To Restart NegotiationsWorkers walked off the job on April 13. They had been working without a contract since August.
Verizon Replacement Worker Charged With Drunkenly Driving Into Picketer, OfficerPolice arrested a Verizon replacement worker who they say drunkenly drove into a picketer Thursday morning.
Mother Injured After Truck Hits Telephone Pole In WalthamA woman walking with a child was injured by a falling telephone pole in Waltham.
NightSide - Verizon Strike
Verizon Landline, Cable Workers Strike In BostonThe workers represent installers, customer service employees, repairmen and other service workers.
Verizon To Build Fiber Optic Network In BostonMayor Marty Walsh announced a partnership with Verizon Tuesday in which the company will invest $300 million dollars in a project to build a fiber optic communications network in Boston.