Single tickets for all Clay Center Presents fall 2013 performances go on sale at 10 a.m. July 1. More>>
The West Virginia Economic Development Authority adopted a resolution to allow $150 million in 20-year bonds for new equipment at Gestamp. The state will own the equipment at first, and Gestamp will pay off the bonds on it. More>>
The business, which WVEDA Executive Director David Warner explained was a European technology that takes waste and separates steel, aluminum and glass, recycles certain types of biodegradable waste and converts it to an end product that can be used to make cement. More>>
The three locks on the upper Monongahela River will be open to recreational boaters this weekend during limited hours. More>>
WAYNE, WV (AP) — About 20 Wayne High School students are barred from the school's graduation ceremony because of a senior prank that damaged the building. More>>
UNION, WV (AP) — A former Alderson employee will spend at least a year in prison for embezzling money from the town. More>>
The Warren T. Anderson, M.D. Center for Cardiac Care features three cardiac catheterization laboratories, 14 pre- and post-procedure rooms, a stress lab and two nuclear cameras. More>>
NEW HAVEN, WV (AP) — Felman Production LLC plans to temporarily idle one of three electric arc furnaces at its ferroalloys plant in New Haven and lay off union workers. More>>
Several lawsuits have been filed in state court against Mountain State University regarding its accreditation. More>>
Crittenton Services, one of West Virginia's only residential maternity care services for minors, will celebrate the educational achievements of some residents this week. More>>
West Virginia received a flexibility waiver to move away from the No Child Left Behind system. More>>
Helen Holt, now 99, was West Virginia's first female secretary of state. She received an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from WVU during Sunday's commencement. More>>
Many people may not know what an arbitration agreement is, but chances are they have probably signed one. More>>
Following May 17 rebuttal testimony and a coming hearing on Mon Power's bid to buy Harrison power station, the PSC will decide if a billion-dollar coal plant is the best answer to future power demand. More>>
Century Aluminum announced May 20 it would offer $250 million in secured notes due in 2021. More>>
Most history books cite Pennsylvania as the birthplace of America's oil and gas industry. More>>
A new report from the American Chemistry Council says expansion in shale gas plays are driving investments in chemical manufacturing to the tune of bout $71.7 billion in investments, including in West Virginia. More>>
Remember the Miners, a West Virginia campaign dedicated to honoring fallen coal miners and the sacrifices miners make for U.S. energy, is kicking off the Coal Club. More>>
The state's 16th juvenile drug court is part of the Reconnecting McDowell initiative. The private-public partnership is aimed at reviving one of West Virginia's most economically depressed counties. More>>
SCRANTON, Pa. (AP) — Oil and gas development damaged the water supplies of at least 161 Pennsylvania homes, farms, churches and businesses between 2008 and the fall of 2012, according to state records obtained by a newspaper. More>>
MORGANTOWN, WV (AP) — West Virginia landowners who want to apply for grants to improve wildlife habitat have until June 14 to contact the Natural Resources Conservation Service. More>>
CLARKSBURG, WV (AP) — An attorney and a private investigator face charges of conspiring to interfere with a witness in a criminal case against a former Shinnston policeman. More>>
Family financial specialist Ron Hatfield warns against racking up debt. He says graduates should pay down school debts, then focus on building a savings account to cover six to nine months of living expenses. More>>
A pregnancy center that counsels women not to have abortions has moved next door to a women's health facility in Charleston that provides abortions. More>>
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