COVID-19 has thrown a wrench into operations for every business big or small in the Kanawha Valley, but few will feel the brunt of the pandemic like the Charleston Town Center mall.
Months of negotiations could be about to bear fruit, as representatives for United Food and Commercial Workers 400 and Kroger’s Mid-Atlantic division have reached a tentative agreement.
FirstEnergy pledged this week to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 in an effort to combat climate change, becoming the latest company to look ahead to a carbon-neutral economy.
The union representing thousands of Kroger employees has yet to draw a firm line in the sand regarding a possible work stoppage, but the national grocery chain is already preparing to bolster its workforce in the event of a strike.
The Mountain Valley Pipeline’s legal limbo continued Monday as a panel of federal judges granted a stay of construction of the pipeline across about 1,000 waterbodies in West Virginia and Virginia.
Three power plants in West Virginia are among those slated for improvements in their ash handling systems as American Electric Power brings them into compliance with federal regulations.
The possibility of a work stoppage at the largest grocery chain in West Virginia increased Friday as the two sides again failed to ratify a new contract.
MILTON — A hospital built during the Great Depression to care for disabled children is on track to begin its new role as a resort hotel by this time next year, according to its developer.
Bidding on the massive Rural Digital Opportunity Fund opened Thursday, with six internet providers operating in West Virginia permitted to bid on offering internet service to the state’s most unserved areas.
A “last, best offer” from Kroger’s Mid-Atlantic division has been forwarded to the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 400 membership as talks toward a new collective bargaining agreement between the regional union and national grocery chain continue. A vote will be collected Nov. 3-5, …
Robert Murray, a fourth-generation coal miner who became one of the industry’s most outspoken advocates, has died. He was 80.
Cabell County branch bank deposit totals as of June 30, 2020, showed a 20.2% increase from the previous year. All of the county’s branch banks showed increases, which ranged between 3.3% on the low end to 69.8% on the high end.
The chief financial officer for EQT Corp. announced Thursday that the Pittsburgh-based natural gas producer is in discussions to offload some or all of its Mountain Valley Pipeline capacity.
ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Ohio — Murray Energy founder Robert Murray announced his retirement as chairman of the board of directors of American Consolidated Natural Resource Holdings Inc., the company formed to acquire the former Murray Energy Corp. when it emerged from bankruptcy several months ago.
BARBOURSVILLE — Opening a new business during a pandemic speaks volumes to the retail development progress that continues at Tanyard Station, according to Barboursville Mayor Chris Tatum.
Kris Warner sat at a table Tuesday afternoon in a small room inside of Advantage Valley’s Bridge Road headquarters. The office is only a few miles from Corridor G, but it might as well be in another time zone from the more rural parts of Kanawha County — let alone the likes of Boone, Lincoln…
WEBSTER SPRINGS — The two business partners say this isn’t a story about little guys taking on the big boys or Smalltown, USA, squaring off against Corporate America. Instead, they insist, it’s just the tale of two local guys who wanted to stay home.
A sewer line extension and parking apron improvements serving Marshall University’s Bill Noe Flight School at Yeager Airport will be funded through a $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration, U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross announced on Thursday.