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FairPoint Communications job fair WRJ November 20

first_imgWhat: Job FairWhere: Hampton Inn Maple Room180 Route 5, White River Junction, Vt.When: Thursday, November 20, 2008v 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.Who: FairPoint Communications, Inc.The following technical, line and support positions are available: administrative assistant, central office technician, outside plant technician, splice service technician and translations administrator. People with operational knowledge of electronics, wiring and cabling, fiber optics, computer technology, networking, construction or administration should visit the career link found on FairPoints Web site at www.fairpoint.com(link is external) or stop by the job fair. Ideal candidates will possess a track record of achieving results while embracing FairPoints customer centric culture. These positions will support FairPoints plans to expand its broadband network while delivering an exceptional customer experience.About FairPointFairPoint Communications, Inc. is an industry leading provider of communications services to communities across the country. Today, FairPoint owns and operates local exchange companies in 18 states offering advanced communications with a personal touch, including local and long distance voice, data, Internet, television and broadband services. FairPoint is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol FRP. Learn more at www.FairPoint.com(link is external).###last_img read more

Manuel Pellegrini: Manchester City are not over-reliant on Sergio Aguero

first_img City twice had to come from behind with goals from their Argentinian striker to salvage a 2-2 draw at West Ham on Saturday evening. Aguero won and converted a penalty to cancel out Enner Valencia’s first-minute opener, and dragged his side level again 10 minutes from full-time after Valencia’s second. “But Joe didn’t have to work too much in the second half. We didn’t have important problems in defence – just the concentration for the second goal.” Aguero swept City level with 10 minutes left after a powerful run from substitute Kelechi Iheanacho. Yet West Ham could still have snatched victory had Kouyate’s stoppage-time header from Mark Noble’s free-kick not clipped the crossbar. “I’m really proud of the team, and a little disappointed we didn’t win,” said Hammers manager Slaven Bilic. “We could have got the third goal even though they were dominating. So when I went back into dressing room I felt disappointed. But that’s good. That shows how well we played. “We were fantastic as a team and as individuals. The individuals were the cherry on top of the pie, and the pie was the team performance.” But City boss Pellegrini insisted: “I don’t think our team is just Sergio Aguero. We are fighting for the title and involved in other competitions with a lot of injuries, so it’s important to have him 100 per cent fit. “But we have a squad which is the reason why we are fighting for the title.” City’s now notoriously shaky defence failed its first test at Upton Park after just 55 seconds. Cheikhou Kouyate strode past a non-existent challenge from Yaya Toure and into the area before cutting the ball back for the unmarked Valencia to slam under Joe Hart. Agureo, who also hit the post, hauled the visitors level after he had been tripped in the area by Carl Jenkinson, coolly sending Adrian the wrong way from the penalty spot. City were inches from taking the lead in the 55th minute when Fabian Delph’s low shot hit the foot of Adrian’s post – but moments later West Ham went back in front. Michail Antonio’s quickly-taken throw-in, of all things, caught the City defence napping and Valencia brushed off Nicolas Otamendi’s feeble challenge before prodding the ball past Hart. “Perhaps we were not concentrating,” admitted Pellegrini. “When there is a throw-in maybe you are not thinking there is danger, but we know Antonio has a long throw. Manuel Pellegrini maintains Manchester City are not a one-man team despite Sergio Aguero’s latest rescue act. Press Associationlast_img read more