United Bankshares is surging, bolstered by last year’s acquisition of Carolina Financial Corporation and with another merger deal expected to be sealed year’s end.
Shade-tree mechanics have grumbled for decades that they can’t work on any vehicle made after, say, 1990. It’s the computerization of the blasted things.
A federal prosecutor moved into The Atlas Building in March. He asked not to be identified — “I put bad guys away” — and pays $1,250 a month in rent. He has equal custody of his two kids. They share bunk beds in a small room, while Dad sleeps nearby in a standard-size bedroom. Is he getting …
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Four used car dealers have been permanently blocked from selling vehicles in West Virginia under a recent court order.
The percentage of vacant Class A office space fell by half in downtown Charleston from March to July, but the decrease isn’t worth the rejoicing one would imagine.
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice is suing Carter Bank to avoid paying what he owes, bank attorneys say in a motion filed recently in federal court.
It’s next to the tracks on Railroad Avenue, which runs parallel to the rails from its West Side intersection with Maryland Avenue and Washington Street West to its short end about 100 yards away at Watts Street. Along the way is the rear of Denver’s Depot, a venerable West Side watering hole.
A technology company that recently planted roots in North Central West Virginia will host a public job fair in Morgantown on Tuesday.
SAN RAMON, Calif. — West Virginia is among dozens of states taking aim at Google in an escalating legal offensive on Big Tech.
Operators of the former Mylan pharmaceuticals plant in Morgantown and local union members have reached a final severance agreement as the facility nears closure this month, the union’s international office announced Friday.
Electric-powered bicycles, or “e-bikes,” are starting to catch on in Charleston. It’s taken a while, but it can’t be blamed on our natural tendency to miss the cultural zeitgeist. Rather, two other familiar culprits loom — lack of funds and COVID-19.
A late Charleston businessman is being remembered for his enthusiasm for life and his contributions to the Kanawha Valley.
HUNTINGTON — Jerry Furbee Jr. said his father, Jerry Furbee Sr., worked for Wrangler, a manufacturer of jeans and other clothing items, particularly workwear, for nearly two decades before retiring in 1981.
In addition to serving as transportation centers, the state’s 24 publicly owned airports also serve as business hubs that generate $1.6 billion in revenue annually while supporting nearly 11,000 jobs.
Manufacturing workers from Morgantown, and other union groups, protested outside the West Virginia Capitol on Tuesday, calling for Gov. Jim Justice to save the nearly 1,500 jobs to be lost in the former Mylan Pharmaceuticals plant closure set for July 31.