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PhysOrg
Despite state barriers, cities push to expand high-speed internet- up to 10 gigabits per second - that Chattanooga is known as Gig City. Chattan
Despite state barriers, cities push to expand high-speed internet
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
- up to 10 gigabits per second - that Chattanooga is known as Gig City. Chattanooga wants to expand outside of its current service area to Dayton and other rural spots. But a state law bans cities from doing so, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for... Read more
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The Charleston State Journal
West Virginia Brownfields Conference champions honoredCommunities across the state were recognized for their efforts to repurpose old
West Virginia Brownfields Conference champions honored
The Charleston State Journal / Posted 6 days ago
Communities across the state were recognized for their efforts to repurpose old industrial properties at the 11th annual West Virginia Brownfields Conference, hosted by the West Virginia Brownfields Assistance Center in Charleston recently. Patrick... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Drugmakers fought state opioid limits amid crisisaddiction. The drugmakers vow they’re combatting the addiction epidemic, but T
Drugmakers fought state opioid limits amid crisis
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
addiction. The drugmakers vow they’re combatting the addiction epidemic, but The Associated Press and the Center for Public Integrity found that they often employ a statehouse playbook of delay and defend that includes funding advocacy groups... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Bloomingdale City Council approves conditional use for new apartment complexto approve the conditional use for the Meadows of Bloomingdale development afte
Bloomingdale City Council approves conditional use for new apartment complex
Savannah Morning News / Posted 8 days ago
to approve the conditional use for the Meadows of Bloomingdale development after more than an hour of discussion in a public hearing. Council members Virginia Key and Jimmy Kerby voted against the request. The approval, which essentially... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
September 15, 2016land, sea, and space grant institutions. In the 2016 edition of U.S. News and W
September 15, 2016
The Birmingham Times / Posted 9 days ago
land, sea, and space grant institutions. In the 2016 edition of U.S. News and World Report, it was ranked 46th among public universities. Auburn is an institution that is both highly research-active and committed to maintaining teaching... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
Animal shelter hirings under questionRudy Rosnick told Commissioners Jeff Davis, Mike Swartzmiller and Joe Barnabei
Animal shelter hirings under question
The East Liverpool Review / Posted 15 days ago
Rudy Rosnick told Commissioners Jeff Davis, Mike Swartzmiller and Joe Barnabei on Thursday that he had filed ethics complaints against each of them, along with Technology and Communications Director Robert Vidas. Rosnick, who has been critical of... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
CJ Extra Calendar: Topeka's upcoming events and meetings, September 7, 2016 updateevents for the CJ Extra Calendar should be sent to The Topeka Capital-Journal a
CJ Extra Calendar: Topeka's upcoming events and meetings, September 7, 2016 update
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 17 days ago
events for the CJ Extra Calendar should be sent to The Topeka Capital-Journal at least two weeks in advance of the intended publication date (not the event date). They may be submitted by email to news@cjonline.com; by mail or in person to The... Read more
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The Charleston State Journal
Webster County looks to WV Supreme Court of Appeals for answersVisit Webster County during grass-cutting season and you’ll likely see a county
Webster County looks to WV Supreme Court of Appeals for answers
The Charleston State Journal / Posted 20 days ago
Visit Webster County during grass-cutting season and you’ll likely see a county commissioner on the mower or emptying the trash at the courthouse. One of the smallest counties in the state, Webster County has the largest backlog in overdue regional... Read more
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The Mercury News
Internal Affairs: Did K12 lobby controller over audit?His comments came two months after this newspaper published a two-part investig
Internal Affairs: Did K12 lobby controller over audit?
The Mercury News / Posted 21 days ago
His comments came two months after this newspaper published a two-part investigative series on the Wall Street-traded Virginia company, which reaps tens of millions of dollars annually in state funding while graduating fewer than half of its... Read more
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PollutionOnline
Mon Power And Potomac Edison Invest In Environmental Controls At Harrison And Fort Martin Power StationsCompanies File Cost Recovery Request with Public Service Commission Fairmont,
Mon Power And Potomac Edison Invest In Environmental Controls At Harrison And Fort Martin Power Stations
PollutionOnline / Posted 26 days ago
Companies File Cost Recovery Request with Public Service Commission Fairmont, WV /PRNewswire/ - FirstEnergy (NYSE: FE) subsidiaries Mon Power and Potomac Edison recently submitted a request to the Public Service Commission of West Virginia (PSC) to... Read more
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The Charleston State Journal
Need a Lift? New opportunities emerge for ride-sharing entrepreneursIt seems everywhere you look, West Virginians — especially millennials — are ub
Need a Lift? New opportunities emerge for ride-sharing entrepreneurs
The Charleston State Journal / Posted 27 days ago
It seems everywhere you look, West Virginians — especially millennials — are uber-excited about using ride-sharing smartphone apps when they need a lift. Hopping in a total stranger’s car is not as unusual as it seemed a decade ago, apparently. And... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Coal towns hit by layoffs to get job grants from US gov'tthan 3,000 jobs in several industries through a multimillion-dollar federal gra
Coal towns hit by layoffs to get job grants from US gov't
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 29 days ago
than 3,000 jobs in several industries through a multimillion-dollar federal grant. Officials for the Appalachian Regional Commission and other agencies announced the 29 projects totaling nearly $39 million Wednesday at a news conference in... Read more
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Al.com
Alabama towns hit by coal layoffs can benefit from $39 million federal grantthan 3,000 jobs in several industries through a multimillion-dollar federal gra
Alabama towns hit by coal layoffs can benefit from $39 million federal grant
Al.com / Posted 30 days ago
than 3,000 jobs in several industries through a multimillion-dollar federal grant. Officials for the Appalachian Regional Commission and other agencies announced the 29 projects totaling nearly $39 million Wednesday at a news conference in... Read more
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