While there has been an unprecedented surge in the number of people working remotely as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, that doesn’t mean there aren’t still dangers.
When Jeremy Nelson relocated his business, Food Among the Flowers, from the only home it had known for three decades, it was to streamline an operation that had swelled to more than merely roses and tulips.
HUNTINGTON — So far, 100 medical marijuana dispensary licenses have been approved by state health officials, including six in Huntington and two in Barboursville.
Capitol Market remains closed Sundays, but the plans remain on track for a return to a regular schedule later next month.
Coal companies owned and operated by Gov. Jim Justice’s family are inching toward resolving unpaid medical benefits for retirees following a federal lawsuit filed by the United Mine Workers of America and four retired miners.
HUNTINGTON — Marshall University President Jerome Gilbert was recognized as the Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce Volunteer of the Year on Friday afternoon.
South Charleston officials said Friday the development of the Park Place Commercial Center remains on schedule despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
HUNTINGTON — Todd Cope is a man on a mission. The CEO of the Huntington-based tech company, CentralApp, set out on a cross-country journey his past week with the goal to bridge the economic chasm between urban and rural America.
Charles H. “Chuck” James III, the CEO and president of C.H. James & Co., as well as the great-grandson of the company’s founder, died in his Atlanta home last Thursday. He was 62 years old.