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  1. Stocks-markets: Sept 9Read the original story

    Saturday Sep 10 | The Daily Record

    American Elec. 63.71 Dominion Res. 72.50 Emerson Elec. 50.86 Halliburton 41.95 Intern.

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  2. Consumer groups appeal to prevent FirstEnergy rate approvalRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 8 | NewsandSentinel.com

    Consumer groups are appealing a rate decision by Ohio regulators that guaranteed profits for FirstEnergy Corp.'s coal-fired and nuclear power plants. The Blade reports the Ohio Consumers' Counsel and the Northwest Ohio Aggregation Coalition on Tuesday appealed the Public Utility Commission of Ohio's decision on March 31, contending the rates undermine a competitive electricity marketplace.

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  3. Council will address deteriorating utility poleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 8 | Trading Post

    The village council promised at the Sept. 7 meeting to help a resident deal with what he described as a badly deteriorated utility pole in front of this property.

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  4. Congressman Smith Statement on JCP&L Withdraw of PetitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 8 | More Monmouth Musings

    ... see first-hand how the proposed 10-mile, 230-kilovolt electric transmission line proposed by Jersey Central Power and Light (along a New Jersey Transit rail right-of-way) could impact their lives, safety and properties. If approved, the so-called ...

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  5. Akron's Lock 3 to host Patriot Day honoring 15th anniversary of 9/11Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 8 | Cleveland.com

    Akron will host the 15th anniversary remembrance of 9/11 on Sunday in partnership with the Akron Police and Akron Fire Departments, the FirstEnergy Foundation and the Love Akron Network. The program will take place at Lock 3 from 1 to 4 p.m. This free event to honor safety forces will include a special commemoration starting at 1:30 p.m. at the Lock 3 Stage.

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  6. Consumers' Counsel says FE rates illegal, asks Supreme Court to toss them outRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 8 | Cleveland.com

    FirstEnergy Corp.'s tariffs, or rates, which state regulators approved in May, are not legal, the Ohio Consumers' Counsel is arguing before the Ohio Supreme Court. The OCC says the rates include a special "rate rider," currently left blank, that will allow the company to collect a surcharge whenever the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio approves the company's pending rate plan.

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  7. Groups sue to prevent FirstEnergy rate approvalRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 8 | Crain's Cleveland Business

    State and local consumer groups have sued in the Ohio Supreme Court in hopes of preventing regulators from approving rates for FirstEnergy Corp. that the groups contend undermine what is supposed to be a competitive electricity marketplace. The Ohio Consumers' Counsel and the Northwest Ohio Aggregation Coalition on Tuesday appealed the Public Utility Commission of Ohio's decision on March 31 that guaranteed profits for the utility's coal-fired and nuclear power plants that have struggled to compete in the current market.

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  8. Fightin Phils clean up year-end awardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 7 | WFMZ-TV Allentown

    The Reading Fightin Phils took home three of the Eastern League's four most prominent awards on Wednesday as outfielder Dylan Cozens was named Eastern League MVP, first baseman Rhys Hoskins was named Eastern League Rookie of the Year, and manager Dusty Wathan was named Eastern League Manager of the Year. It's the second straight season that a Fightins player has taken the league's MVP honors and the first time in Eastern League history that a manager has won the award in back-to-back seasons.

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  9. Dump truck hits pole, rolls on Demarest RoadRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 6 | New Jersey Herald

    ... the roadway, blocking both lanes. The utility pole shattered and caused wires to come down. Jersey Central Power and Light reported 64 customers without power in the township following the accident. By 3 p.m., power had been restored to all ...

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  10. Sea Bright: Bracing for HermineRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 4 | Red Bank Green

    The forecasted impacts in terms of both rainfall and tides from Tropical Storm Hermine have been reduced as the storm moved farther east into the Atlantic, the National Hurricane Center announced Sunday morning. Still "moderate" but widespread coastal flooding is expected with the Sunday night and Monday morning high tides.

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  11. Additional Resources Ready to Assist JCP&L Personnel in Areas...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 2 | PR Newswire

    The company also has 490 electrical contractors, and over 655 foresters standing by. In addition, the company continues to work with electric industry mutual assistance organizations to secure additional resources, if needed.

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  12. FirstEnergy should not get something for nothing from its customers: editorialRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 3 | The Plain Dealer

    When Ohio deregulated its retail electricity market 15 years ago, Akron-based FirstEnergy Corp. embraced the move and restructured. But the electricity market has turned against FirstEnergy, leading to a complicated set of maneuvers by the stockholder-owned company to shore up its operations and its future.

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  13. Plant cited over false health infoRead the original story

    Friday Sep 2 | Toledo Blade

    Akron-based FirstEnergy Corp. is tightening its fitness-for-duty procedures in response to a yearlong U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission investigation that showed a former licensed operator at the Davis-Besse nuclear plant lied about medications he was supposed to have been taking between February, 2013, and July, 2014. Jennifer Young, FirstEnergy spokesman, said Friday the medications in question were for diabetes and blood pressure, and that the man's failure to take them in no way affected the plant's operation.

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  14. JCP&L Planning for Possible Impact of Tropical Storm HermineRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 2 | PR Newswire

    JCP&L also has contacted International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Locals 102 and 400 about securing additional hazard responders to assist with storm restoration activities, especially protecting the public from downed wires. "As we prepare for this storm, we are implementing many of the lessons learned from previous weather events, including using new technology and processes to help accelerate the restoration efforts," said , JCP&L vice president of Operations.

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  15. First Energy sets Burger plant for demolition workRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 1 | Herald Star Online

    Although Ohio leaders remain tight-lipped about a $5.7 billion ethane cracker that may come to the Belmont County site, FirstEnergy Corp. officials said Monday the coal-fired R.E. Burger Plant will be demolished.

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  16. Part Of The PlanRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 30 | Times Observer

    FirstEnergy and Penelec are working to improve reliability and increase capacity at the Warren Substation in Starbrick, as a part of an overall plan for improving service throughout northern Pennsylvania. Scott Surgeoner, FirstEnergy spokesman, said it has been years since upgrades had been made to the substation, and growth has been seen in the northern tier of Pennsylvania, including in Warren.

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  17. After New York props up nuclear power generation sector, is Pennsylvania next?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 30 | Post-gazette.com

    Early in August, nuclear operators in New York got the breather they've been wishing for in other states: a way to keep struggling nuclear reactors afloat in a tough market by paying subsidies to the plants for not emitting carbon dioxide. As part of that state's Clean Energy Standard, utilities will be required to buy "zero emission credits," providing what is estimated to be a $500 million annual subsidy to keep the nuclear plants open.

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  18. Penelec to start installing smart metersRead the original story

    Aug 29, 2016 | Altoona Mirror

    "We will be starting our installation in September, and it will continue until May 2017. We have been sending out brochures and letters to customers to educate them on smart meters," said Diane Francis, manager of customer communications for FirstEnergy Corp., parent company of Penelec.

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  19. FirstEnergy Says Its Headquarters Is Worth $568 Million to OhioRead the original story

    Aug 29, 2016 | The Washington Post

    FirstEnergy Corp., Ohio's homegrown utility with roots in the state that date to 1930, wants its customers to pay to ensure it stays there. In the latest twist in a two-year battle for aid, the company has asked regulators to approve as much as $568 million a year for eight years in customer surcharges to compensate for the economic impact of having its headquarters in Akron.

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  20. PUCO Orders a Fee Removed from Dayton Power and Light BillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 28, 2016 | WKSU-FM Kent

    Some power customers are going to see a decrease in their monthly electric bills thanks to a decision by the Ohio Supreme Court. For the second time this year, the Supreme Court decided that attaching a fee to electric bills known as the service stability rider or transition revenue was unlawful.

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