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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Upstate business leaders told to expect slow growth in U.S. economyEugenio Aleman, an economist with Wells Fargo Bank, spoke at the Spartanburg Ar
Upstate business leaders told to expect slow growth in U.S. economy
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 13 hours ago
Eugenio Aleman, an economist with Wells Fargo Bank, spoke at the Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Economic Forecast Breakfast. Aleman told the group that for the past four or five years, the first quarter economic results have not been... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Workshops focus on managementThe Rutland Economic Development Corp. is hosting a four-part workshop series t
Workshops focus on management
Rutland Herald / Posted yesterday
The Rutland Economic Development Corp. is hosting a four-part workshop series that aims to help women aspiring to leadership positions. The Women in Management Workshop Series will be from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on March 30, April 13, April 27 and... Read more
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The Post-Journal
County Unemployment Declining, Still Above State AverageHowever, the county's 5.7 percent jobless rate is still above the state average
County Unemployment Declining, Still Above State Average
The Post-Journal / Posted 2 days ago
However, the county's 5.7 percent jobless rate is still above the state average of 4.8 percent. The figures are preliminary and are subject to change. In December 2014, the unemployment rate in Chautauqua County stood at 6.5 percent - a .8 percent... Read more
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Business Wire
Barbara Hayes Elected to the Board of First Northern Community BancorpDIXON, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Louise A. Walker, President and Chief Executive
Barbara Hayes Elected to the Board of First Northern Community Bancorp
Business Wire / Posted 4 days ago
DIXON, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Louise A. Walker, President and Chief Executive Officer of First Northern Bank and First Northern Community Bancorp (OTCQB:FNRN) has announced the appointment of Barbara A. Hayes to both the Bank and Bancorp’s Boards... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Local Medical Students Staying ConnectedOn Thursday, HCAT members heard about a new group of local pre-medical school s
Local Medical Students Staying Connected
The Post-Journal / Posted 8 days ago
On Thursday, HCAT members heard about a new group of local pre-medical school students who are staying connected through Facebook. Joseph Teresi, SUNY Upstate Medical University student, told the group about how through the website, local pre-medical... Read more
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The Herald News
Mayor Correia defends increased salary for chief of staff Recently appointed Chief of Staff Christopher Parayno is drawing a $78,000 an
Mayor Correia defends increased salary for chief of staff
The Herald News / Posted 8 days ago
Recently appointed Chief of Staff Christopher Parayno is drawing a $78,000 annual salary even though the position in the fiscal 2016 budget is funded for less. FALL RIVER — Recently... Read more
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WBOY Clarksburg
Fairmont Regional Medical Center Expecting High Volume Of Patients Following StormArea Residents Scrambling For SuppliesArea Residents Scrambling For Supplies W
Fairmont Regional Medical Center Expecting High Volume Of Patients Following Storm
WBOY Clarksburg / Posted 11 days ago
Area Residents Scrambling For SuppliesArea Residents Scrambling For Supplies While the hunt for generators to weather the storm may be over, the hunt for equipment to dig out is now on. While the hunt for generators to weather the storm may be... Read more
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WBOY Clarksburg
Hotels Offer Discount to Those Stuck in Storm Ramada Inn of Morgantown along with several other hotels offered a special ra
Hotels Offer Discount to Those Stuck in Storm
WBOY Clarksburg / Posted 11 days ago
Ramada Inn of Morgantown along with several other hotels offered a special rate through the snow storm over the weekend. Ramada Inn of Morgantown along with... Read more
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WBOY Clarksburg
Marion County Car Dealers Dig Inventory Out Of SnowHotels Offer Discount to Those Stuck in StormHotels Offer Discount to Those Stu
Marion County Car Dealers Dig Inventory Out Of Snow
WBOY Clarksburg / Posted 11 days ago
Hotels Offer Discount to Those Stuck in StormHotels Offer Discount to Those Stuck in Storm Ramada Inn of Morgantown along with several other hotels offered a special rate through the snow storm over the weekend. Ramada Inn of Morgantown along with... Read more
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WBOY Clarksburg
Mountain Line Transit Authority Has Returned To Regular ScheduleArea Car Dealerships Dig Out of SnowArea Car Dealerships Dig Out of Snow Car d
Mountain Line Transit Authority Has Returned To Regular Schedule
WBOY Clarksburg / Posted 11 days ago
Area Car Dealerships Dig Out of SnowArea Car Dealerships Dig Out of Snow Car dealerships across the region began the long process of digging out their inventories Monday. Car dealerships across the region began the long process of digging out their... Read more
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WBOY Clarksburg
Regional Board Offers Training to UnemployedA regional organization met with the Monongalia County Commission last week to
Regional Board Offers Training to Unemployed
WBOY Clarksburg / Posted 11 days ago
A regional organization met with the Monongalia County Commission last week to discuss employment programs. The Region VI Workforce Investment Board says it uses Department of Labor funds to help unemployed workers in North Central West Virginia.... Read more
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The Post-Journal
CRCF Board Names Brand PresidentBrand, who previously served as board vice president, is the community constitu
CRCF Board Names Brand President
The Post-Journal / Posted 12 days ago
Brand, who previously served as board vice president, is the community constituent liaison for Assemblyman Joseph M. Giglio, Assembly District 148. She also serves as a commissioner of Allegany State Park Regional Commission and is a former board... Read more
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FOX 41 Louisville
SUNDAY EDITION | New manufacturing training program picks up steam in LouisvilleLOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Inside Building 3 at General Electric’s massive Applia
SUNDAY EDITION | New manufacturing training program picks up steam in Louisville
FOX 41 Louisville / Posted 13 days ago
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Inside Building 3 at General Electric’s massive Appliance Park, about a dozen high-powered robots pump their arms up and down as they shape stainless steel into tubs that line the inside of GE-made dishwashers. The only... Read more
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TribLIVE
Business Gallery: Jan. 24, 2016Marmon/Keystone promoted Randy Bono to director of procurement and merchandisin
Business Gallery: Jan. 24, 2016
TribLIVE / Posted 13 days ago
Marmon/Keystone promoted Randy Bono to director of procurement and merchandising and Tracy Taylor to director of human resources, both at the company's corporate office in Butler. John P. Surma, retired chairman and chief executive officer, United... Read more
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Warren Times Observer
Where a community college stands depends a lot on where the state budget is atThe lack of a state budget, and the contents of a proposed budget, are stalling
Where a community college stands depends a lot on where the state budget is at
Warren Times Observer / Posted 17 days ago
The lack of a state budget, and the contents of a proposed budget, are stalling work on the establishment of a regional community college that would include Warren County The budget impasse has left the Rural Regional College in a position where... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Study: Mississippi film industry incentives are price of admissionBy Jack Weatherly Mississippi Business Journal JACKSON – A Mississippi tax do
Study: Mississippi film industry incentives are price of admission
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 26 days ago
By Jack Weatherly Mississippi Business Journal JACKSON – A Mississippi tax dollar spent on incentives for filmmaking gets only 49 cents in return, according to a study by the legislative Joint Committee on Performance Evaluation and Expenditure... Read more
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The Herald News
Correia seeks to hire Fall River's first substance abuse prevention coordinator FALL RIVER — As part of his new initiative, Mayor Jasiel Correia II is poised
Correia seeks to hire Fall River's first substance abuse prevention coordinator
The Herald News / Posted 26 days ago
FALL RIVER — As part of his new initiative, Mayor Jasiel Correia II is poised to hire Michael Aguiar in what he anticipates will be a newly created position as the... Read more
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