Lemon appears to be an early customer favorite at Dancing Dog Ice Cream. If that sounds surprising to you, it’s also a surprise to its co-owner, Bob Herrick.
If you frequent downtown Charleston, you may have seen a woman navigating city streets on a bicycle, without pedaling, loaded down with cardboard boxes and saddlebags.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia broadband service provider Citynet will receive $53.5 million during the next decade to expand broadband access across the state, U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin announced.
Defying expectations, the value of properties owned by public utilities in the state increased slightly in 2020, avoiding a decline for a second straight year.
West Virginia American Water Company finalized its acquisition of the town of Cedar Grove’s water distribution system on Wednesday, according to a news release. The sale leaves Kanawha County with only one remaining publicly owned water utility: St. Albans Utility Board.
In wide-ranging, loud oratory Tuesday, Hull Group president and Charleston Town Center owner Jim Hull said “he’s trying to hold onto the tenants he’s got” then later vowed that he is “fixing to kick out” a certain number from Town Center mall.
The Hull Group, the Augusta, Georgia-based real estate firm that bought the Charleston Town Center mall for $7.5 million in May, is contending that the property’s appraised value of $51 million is too high.
Women and minority small business owners in Charleston will be eligible for mini-grants under a pilot program announced by the Charleston Area Alliance and city leaders on Thursday.
WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said Thursday that current high levels of inflation are likely to fade next year and won’t prevent the Fed from pushing toward its goal of full employment.
Gov. Jim Justice confirmed Monday that his family’s coal company had offered Credit Suisse $300 million, and half of the value of the Justices’ coal companies, to settle about $740 million in outstanding loans with the company.
LOGAN — Dongming Pan, a Chinese-born developer and entrepreneur from New York, is now the owner of the both the old Logan Banner building on Stratton Street and the former printing press building on Charles Street.
Michael Staenberg, the St. Louis, Missouri-based developer known in Charleston for developing nearly two million square feet of Corridor G real estate, said he tried in May to buy Charleston Town Center mall.
An insurance company has agreed to settle its federal lawsuit against a company consisting of Gov. Jim Justice and his adult children.
MADISON — A developer who plans to build multiple cabins on Mountaineer Drive off U.S. 119 provided the Boone County Commission with an update on the proposed project during the regular session on Sept. 7 via a teleconference.
Despite a demolition expert’s vow that he has a contract to tear down the vacant Town Center mall Sears building, no permit is on file with the city Building Commission — and the Charleston Fire Department has responded to reports of homeless people living there.