During a breakout session titled Energy and the Environment at the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce Business Summit Aug. 27, a small group of attendees listened to various industry leaders and lawmakers speak about their experiences in the industry. More>>
E.E. du Pont de Nemours Company will pay a $1.275 million fine and take corrective actions at its Belle, West Virginia plant for releasing harmful levels of hazardous substances on eight occasions between May 2006 and January 2010. More>>
WVU's home opener is more than a week away and fans can expect a new look when they walk inside Milan Puskar Stadium. More>>
Julie Roginsky, a FOX News contributor and David Avella, president of GOPAC, spoke on Wednesday at the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce's Annual Meeting and Business Summit, which is underway at The Greenbrier Resort. More>>
When most people envision a college professor in action, the traditional image of people convened in a room in ideally rapt attention more often than not comes to mind. More>>
Following lunch, the Pledge of Allegiance and an invocation in The Greenbrier's Colonial Hall at the 78th Annual West Virginia Chamber of Commerce Meeting and Business Summit Aug. 27, about 800 attendees heard a special presentation about the importance of energy development and production to the state.
Jack Edwin McCoy, 30, of White Sulfur Springs, West Virginia was sentenced to probation, home confinement and community service for dealing drugs while he delivered the U.S. mail. McCoy was taken into custody after he sold Suboxone strips to a police informant in Groundcover in February.
At West Liberty University, senior graphic design majors are ready to lend a helping hand to non-profit groups and startup companies in the Ohio Valley. More>>
West Virginia health systems will be granted over $1 million in federal funding grants, lawmakers said. More>>
Today, U.S. Rep. Nick J. Rahall, D-W.Va., took issue with the Obama Administration for continuing its slow implementation of critical bridge safety reforms. More>>
It is now illegal to smoke in public places in Hancock County. More>>
Though Duke denies its coal ash dumps pose a public threat, the company agreed in October to pay at least $1.5 million to help cover the cost of running new water lines to a nearby neighborhood where residents relied on well water. More>>
Officials say the Dominion's K-12 Education Partnership program will give 77 schools up to $10,000 each to fund projects related to energy and the environment. More>>
David Andrew Glynn, 47, of Charleston, West Virginia, admitted to scamming timeshare owners out of more than $80,000 through a bogus company, Mountain State Resales, LLC, that was purportedly in the business of brokering timeshare sales.
Blount, 51, a registered pharmacist, and two other defendants, Angela Davis, 51, and April Davis, 23, were indicted in May 2014 by a federal grand jury in Martinsburg. More>>
In an agreement with Rex Energy and EdgeMarc Energy, MarkWest Energy Partners LP will be expanding midstream infrastructure at its Keystone complex in Western Pennsylvania to support growing shale gas production, MarkWest announced Aug. 26. More>>
Consol Energy is spending $500 million to drill oil and gas from a 9,000 acre parcel at the Pittsburgh airport, a project expected to generate another $500 million in up-front bonuses and royalty payments. More>>
Two Detroit residents were among five people charged with drug trafficking when police found heroin, crack and marijuana during an Aug. 25 raid at a residence on Adams Avenue in Huntington. Complaints from community residents sparked the search. More>>
On Friday, September 12, Valley College will hold a graduation ceremony at Cornerstone Family Church in Princeton.
A spokeswoman for Charlotte, North Carolina-based Duke Energy says the company is working closely with federal and state environmental officials on any additional remediation needed. Duke says the spill apparently resulted from a valve left open during an oil transfer. More>>
ASCENT's parent, Odebrecht, announced plans last fall to develop a cracker facility, three polyethylene plants and associated infrastructure in Wood County. More>>
Sean A. Chase, 32, of Spencer, West Virginia, the coal miner who claimed to be a mine foreman qualified to perform mine safety exam while working at Tunnel Ridge Mine in Ohio County, has been sentenced to two years of supervised release. More>>
The casino set to open Tuesday is the fifth and last of the five casinos initially planned when lawmakers approved slot machine gambling in a 2007 special session, a plan later approved by voters in a statewide vote in 2008. More>>
The West Virginia GOP said it is taking action to overturn the ruling made by the State Election Commission to leave a vacancy on the November election ballot. More>>
Morrisey pointed out the agency had failed to include “required and critical information in the regulatory dockets of two of the agency's recent proposals for regulating carbon dioxide emissions from existing and modified power plants. More>>
The short-season Class-A New York-Penn League franchise will serve as a Pittsburgh Pirates affiliate and its season will run from mid-June through Labor Day, according to a news release. More>>
On Monday Morgantown, Fairmont, Shinnston, Clarksburg and Buckhannon made their presentations. Howe said Home Rule has a lot of appeal. More>>
Potomac Edison crews have replaced or repaired about 1,000 wooded utility poles so far this year as part of the company's annual inspection program in an attempt to enhance service reliability, the company announced Aug. 25. More>>
On Tuesday, August 26, West Virginia University Tech Leonard C. Nelson College of Engineering and Sciences and West Virginia University College of Business and Economics are set to sign an agreement establishing 4+1 MBA Pathway. More>>
Advocates for a Safe Water System is a community organization formed in response to the Jan. 9 chemical spill. More>>
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