Statistics have been released showing that Americans still depend on coal more than any other fuel source when it comes to generating electricity.
On Sept. 19, 2013, the IRS published final and proposed tax regulations.
A number of never's fell off my life list last month. Never been in a wheelchair. Never broke a bone. Never used a walker. Never been bedfast.
James Graley has joined the West Virginia office of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough.
We can spell it, say it, hear it, write it and read it, but we cannot define it.
The State Journal's article by Jim Ross on the proposed ethane cracker in Wood County did an excellent job of outlining the significant events surrounding this most important announcement.
Mon General Hospital recently received accreditation as a Comprehensive Community Cancer Program by the prestigious American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer.
Librarians generally like me. And why not? I'm domesticated. Miss Davenport rescued me in those rowdy, noisy years between grade school and high school.
I hope you've been training hard because we are about to embark upon a food and wine marathon that begins with Thanksgiving.
Amid the reports of political corruption and narcotics peddling within local government, Mingo County residents are eager to clean up their neighborhoods.
There isn't one celebrity interview or profile that leaves it out. Every Oscar and Emmy winner thanks it.
It's a gutsy call for a leader to host a press conference that promises thousands of jobs someday.
According to the "National Physical Activity Plan,"… "the workplace can provide a supportive environment to encourage positive physical activity behaviors.
The Washington Post recently reported on the shocking premise of a "thrill attraction" at Kings Dominion theme park in Doswell, Va.
In her Oct. 6 New York Times column, Maureen Dowd imagined the U.S. capital in 2084 as a place of total misery and wretchedness and an ensuing darkness that will devour the rest of the country.
Only after her death did I learn a little about the life of Marie Burns Powell.
First and foremost, (former West Virginia Media Managing Editor) Len LaCara absolutely should be credited with creating the Broke & Broken series.
Like most people, you may find it difficult to predict what you'll be doing a year from now, let alone in one or more decades.
As West Virginia moved into the 21st Century, it began to realize the full extent of the problem it had with its workers' compensation system.
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