Archive | August, 2012

Riverside on map with new industry

Story by Carol Pappas Photos by Jerry Martin Look to a formerly vacant piece of property nestled between Interstate 20 and US 78 in Riverside and see the future going up. It is the site of Nufab Rebar, a new industry that will become the city’s largest employer. “What a day for Riverside,” Mayor Rusty […]

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Pell City fabricator gaining global reputation

Story by Carol Pappas Photos by Jerry Martin “U.S. goods and services trade with Mexico totaled $341 billion in 2009 (latest data available for goods and services trade combined). Exports totaled $151 billion; Imports totaled $190 billion. The U.S. goods and services trade deficit with Mexico was $39 billion in 2009.” — Office of the […]

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St. Vincent’s St. Clair unveils new services

Story by Carol Pappas Photo by Jerry Martin It hasn’t even been a year yet since St. Vincent’s St. Clair opened its doors in a new, state-of-the-art hospital. But new services continue to be added, employee rosters are growing, and use is up by double digit percentages. Interim President of Rural Hospital Operations Kidada Hawkins […]

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Industries Expand in Steele Creating Over 70 New Jobs

Rain Bird and Yachiyo Manufacturing of Alabama Expand to Meet Market Demands  STEELE, ALA. – August 15, 2012 – The St. Clair County Economic Development Council announced the recent expansions of the Rain Bird facility and Yachiyo Manufacturing of Alabama (YMA) facility both located in Steele, Alabama.  Rain Bird Corporation is a privately held company […]

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