A Franklin health services company plans to add more than 100 jobs this year, in part because of its partnership with Verizon Wireless on the mobile giant’s new medical alert device, officials said.
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This story is part of the Dayton Daily News and Middletown Journal’s continuing coverage of Valued Relationship Inc. (VRI), which received state and local tax dollars to relocate to Franklin and expand its facility there, with the promise of creating more than 100 new jobs.