COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Officials say drilling in Ohio's Utica shale region nearly doubled the output of oil and natural gas there since 2011, although some industry experts remain cautious about the long-term potential for production.
NEW YORK -- Encouraging news about the U.S. economy extended the stock market's rally Friday.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio's unemployment rate fell slightly to 7 percent in April after being stuck at 7.1 percent the two previous months, according to state data released Friday.
HUNTINGTON -- The outdoor recreation facility at the Kennedy Center will get a complete makeover, thanks to a $10,000 donations for renovations by CSX Transportation.
NEW YORK -- Signs of a slowing economy combined with comments from a Federal Reserve official helped pull the stock market down Thursday.
NEW YORK -- The first few months of the year were tough for Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
When someone is working on a project and walks into General Building Supply at 618 7th Ave., Steve Waggoner and his team of 15 want to have everything they need.
Fenton Art Glass is using Kickstarter to raise money to create an online catalog of the company’s glassmaking moulds.
Macy’s Inc. reported a 20 percent increase in first-quarter profit even though cool temperatures and economic worries dampened some of its shoppers’ spending on spring clothes.
Investors nudged the stock market to all-time highs Wednesday despite a handful of disappointing economic reports.
OMAHA, Neb. -- Mark Major once led a team of soldiers in combat in Iraq. Now he leads a team of railroad employees. The difference, he says, is obvious: "I'm not getting shot at anymore."
Finding a job in a slow-growing economy is daunting enough without new financial obligations.
U.S. builders and the subcontractors they depend on are struggling to hire fast enough to meet rising demand for new homes.
NEW YORK -- A record-breaking rally in stocks paused Monday as investors assessed whether stock valuations were overstating the recent improvement in the economy.
WASHINGTON -- Lower-priced gas allowed Americans to step up their spending at retailers in April, from cars and clothes to electronics and appliances. The rebound from a weak March suggests consumers remain resilient in the face of higher taxes and could continue to drive economic growth this spring.
NEWARK, N.J. -- When Amtrak unveils the first of 70 new locomotives Monday at a plant in California, it will mark what the national passenger railroad service hopes will be a new era of better reliability, streamlined maintenance and better energy efficiency.
CHARLESTON -- A new scientific paper details the growing evidence that black lung is on the rise among Appalachian miners.
NEIGHBORHOOD INVESTMENT GRANTS: The West Virginia Development Office will host a workshop to explain how West Virginia nonprofit organizations and their donors can benefit from the Neighborhood Investment Program.
King's Daughters Health System (KDHS) and Marshall Orthopaedics at the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine have formed a clinical partnership that brings the two groups together to create an orthopaedics and sports medicine team that spans Kentucky, West Virginia and Ohio.
HUNTINGTON -- Huddleston Bolen LLP and USLAW NETWORK announce the USLAW 24/7 App, available on Apple, Android, and Blackberry devices.
Dr. John A. Parker Jr., a family physician from Huntington, was installed April 20 as president of the West Virginia Academy of Family Physicians during the 61st Annual Scientific Assembly held at the Embassy Suites in Charleston. Parker is an associate professor of Family Medicine at the Marshall University's Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine.
TEAYS VALLEY, W.Va. -- The Fireside Grille will host the May Business After Hours for the Putnam County Chamber of Commerce.