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The 1976 printers’ strike | News, Sports, Jobs

In 1985 I wrote a feature film titled “The Venerable Linotype” for The Evening Review on the end of the scorching era of songwriting in the East Liverpool area. (The “Evening” was dropped when it became a morning newspaper.) It was an interesting article and you would appreciate it if …

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What to know this week

Investors can look forward to a busy first week in 2022, loaded with key economic publications from Washington, including the highly anticipated December jobs report and the minutes from the latest Federal Open policy-making meeting. Market Committee (FOMC). It has been a hectic final month of 2021 for the markets, …

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Charlotte Police Chief and Truist CEO among big jobs

Charlotte’s leaders will face a number of challenges and opportunities in 2022 as the city responds to growth and the third year of the pandemic. Khadejeh Nikouyeh Knikouyeh@charlotteobserver.com READ MORE Around 2022 in Charlotte As we look to 2022, a handful of key people are at the center of the …

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4,000 workers at Gondalpara jute factory lose their jobs

About 4,000 workers at the Gondalpara jute mill lost their jobs suddenly on the first day of the New Year and unions and mill owners said more jute mills would suspend production in January. Hooghly jute mill has suspended production indefinitely from Saturday, citing a shortage of raw jute following …

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Start the New Year by Giving | News, Sports, Jobs

A new year will offer a fresh start to East Ohio in many ways, but one thing that won’t change without our help is the shortage of available blood. The American Red Cross hopes to start 2022 on the right foot by hosting a blood drive from 10:30 a.m. to …

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Snowstorms and Shortages Hinder Holiday Fish Market Orders | News, Sports, Jobs

Elisa Garcia cuts a piece of ahi into blocks to cut the sashimi Thursday morning at Oki’s Seafood. She said she expected to sell around 700 pounds of Ahi this New Years season. Local fish markets say they are struggling with blizzards, supply chain issues, flight delays and higher prices …

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New facilities top 2021 list | News, Sports, Jobs

Above: Groundbreaking for Fairmont High School’s new vocational building took place in October. Left to Right: Jared Herman, Buildings and Grounds Staff, Dan Engeman, Scott Cole and Director Tyler Garrison; school board members Dan Brookens, Mike Edman and Mari Myren; Superintendent Andy Traetow; High school co-principals Chad Brusky and Alex …

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Employment recovery continues in county and state | News

HIGHLIGHT – Despite concerns about inflation and supply chain issues, the economic recovery from the depths of the COVID-19 pandemic continued into November, with local unemployment rates falling sharply here and statewide, according to a new state report. The unemployment rate fell in 97 of North Carolina’s 100 counties, in …

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Taking Stock: Canadian Business Investments Create 140 Jobs in Rural Tennessee

Silicon metal producer Sinova Global will invest $ 150 million in Tennessee to open a metal refining plant in Tiptonville, state and company officials have said. The investment of the Canadian company Sinova Global is expected to create 140 jobs in Lake County. “The tremendous support we received from all …

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