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After 94 years of active service, the garrison flag is taken down at a U.S. Army base on the Jersey Shore. What will replace it is still up in the air.
The South African energy producer’s selection of Calcasieu Parish as the preferred location for a gas-to-liquids complex could bring up to 5,000 jobs to Louisiana.
The plan includes $8 million for electric vehicle charging stations, $8.5 million for hydrogen fueling stations for fuel cells, and $24 million to develop and produce biofuels.
The commuter rail giant has narrowed the site search for it’s high-speed rail yard to two locations in Delaware, officials said.
What the terrorists could not destroy on September 11, 2001.
The Feds want to know why the company laid off most of its workers and filed for bankruptcy after collecting $527 million from a DOE stimulus loan.
The home improvement giant is investing $125 million for a new facility in Rome, GA that will open in 2013, creating 600 jobs.
The $96-million expansion of the German auto parts supplier’s facility in Florence, KY will create 400 new jobs.
The new facility in Lowndes County, MS will produce 16,000 metric tons of silicon metal and solar silicon for the production of high-performance solar-energy cells.
Gov. John Kasich is shifting key development functions from the state Department of Development to a new non-profit that will work with six regional partnerships.