HUNTINGTON — A company that provides high-tech sales and marketing services is considering expanding its footprint in West Virginia with a new Huntington office.
HURRICANE, W.Va. — Danielle Mannina, a ninth-grader at Poca High School in Poca, West Virginia, was a delegate to the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Boston from June 23-23.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia House of Delegates has advanced a bill to exempt a struggling coal-fired power plant from a state tax. Lawmakers in a House finance committee unanimously approved the measure Monday to stop charging FirstEnergy Solutions the $12.5 million tax. It now moves to the full House for consideration.
NEW YORK — Tech stocks were the standouts in an otherwise sluggish day of trading on Monday, as investors gear up for the arrival of the heart of earnings reporting season.
WASHINGTON — Here we go again. Earlier this month, President Trump appeared to renew his threat to withdraw from the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) if Democrats do not pass his new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). His threats may worry pro-trade Republicans, but they are music to the ears of anti-NAFTA Democrats, who would love nothing better than to get rid of NAFTA without giving Trump a trade victory.
ASHLAND — One local Little League baseball player has already punched his ticket to Williamsport, Pennsylvania, this year.
In just over a week's time, beginning July 30, some of the state's best golfers will tee it up at The Greenbrier, seeking a West Virginia Amateur golf title. This year's tournament reaches a major milestone, as the West Virginia Golf Association's keystone event will be played for the 100th time.