Dunham’s Sports opened Friday in the Liberty Square Shopping Center in Hurricane. The Michigan-based chain operates more than 230 stores nationwide, offering sporting goods, athletic equipment and active and casual sports apparel and footwear. The new store is scheduled to be open from 10 a.…
United Bankshares’ earnings slumped by more than a fifth, sapped by its acquisition of a South Carolina bank and a higher provision for loan losses expected as a result of the coronavirus.
Gov. Jim Justice blew up Wednesday over a call to investigate lobbying efforts by FirstEnergy Corp. that resulted in July 2019 special session legislation giving a $12.5 million a year tax break to the company’s Pleasants Power Station.
With West Virginia casinos and Limited Video Lottery locations shut down for more than two months for the COVID-19 pandemic, a 17-year streak of state Lottery annual gross revenues topping $1 billion ended in June, according to figures from the state Lottery Commission.
The federal government should consider forgiving all “small” loans provided under the Paycheck Protection Program during the coronavirus pandemic, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said.
West Virginia business owners are taking it upon themselves to find creative ways under pandemic pressure to keep themselves, their employees and customers safe during the COVID-19 pandemic and comply with a new mask mandate.
Cancellation of construction of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline will cost $10 million a week in payroll to construction workers in West Virginia, Steve White, executive director of the ACT Foundation, said Tuesday.
HUNTINGTON — Appalachian Power is taking the first steps toward supplying potential commercial and industrial customers with the solar power they say they want.
“Historic” and “unprecedented” were two words used by economists and economic development officials to describe COVID-19’s effect on West Virginia’s economy Thursday.
Paramount Builders LLC, of St. Albans, on Wednesday was awarded the contract to build a new classroom building and a hangar for Marshall University’s Bill Noe Flight School at Yeager Airport following a vote by the Charleston airport’s governing board.
HD Media LLC announced today it is selling The Herald-Dispatch building as part of a plan to relocate to a smaller structure in Huntington.
HUNTINGTON — Shoppers, business owners and event hosts alike eagerly hope for better times as West Virginia slowly moves forward into summer.
Nothing says comfort food like a plate of good barbecue, but for many restaurant owners, comfort has been hard to find during the COVID-19 pandemic.
FAYETTEVILLE — For West Virginia’s whitewater outfitters in the New River Gorge area, this weekend’s reopening of the state’s rafting season is eliciting elevated adrenaline levels and sighs of relief.
Gov. Jim Justice on Monday announced a rapid acceleration of his multi-week plan to bring West Virginia back online, announcing reopenings of shopping malls, bars, casinos, Limited Video Lottery, museums and other entities between Thursday and June 5.
West Virginia’s state revenue report for April was dripping in red numbers, as the coronavirus pandemic shutdown caused most business activity — and tax collections statewide — to plunge. But the suds still flowed.
United Bankshares Inc., the parent company of United Bank, has announced the completion of its acquisition of Carolina Financial Corp.