Week in Review: Jobs Coming to Shelby; Facebook Flap Costs Utica Woman Job

Here's a look at the top stories on Shelby-Utica this week.

We like to assume you read Patch every day. But just incase you missed a day or two, here's a look back at the top headlines from the week:

  • Shelby-Utica Election Guide: Patch.com breaks down the local races, as well as county and state ballot proposals. 
  • Who Won the Vice Presidential Debate?  Remains a hop topic with dozens of commenters sounding off. Join in on the conversation.
  • ! Who doesn't love to read about new, high-paying jobs coming to town. Fori Automation on Tuesday announced that along with an 18,000 square foot building expansion, the company is looking to hire ten people immediately. In particular, the automation company is looking for engineers.
  • Clinton Townnship Dispatcher From Utica Fired From Force: Derogatory comments made on Facebook cost a Utica woman her job as a dispatcher for Clinton Township. 
  • What it Takes to Be a Man? 30-something year old blogger Cosimo D'Aleo reflects on his relationship with his best friend, and how it's shaped him as man. Sometimes it's just nice to reflect on the people in your life who have made a great impact on you. 

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