Last month, the Inspector General of the Environmental Protection Agency released a critical report on its information security practices.
I have worked in journalism since I was in the ninth grade.
As a child, I always looked forward to the carefree joy of summertime.
You know the feeling. That nagging voice that asks over and over again.
Columnist Charlie Bowen offers a few websites that expand the playing options for one of his favorite games.
When it comes to making good public policy, it is always important to remember that there are two things people really hate.
No one questions that the 2014 regular legislative session was one where unforeseen issues developed, major distractions occurred and the budget was constantly in the forefront.
Green building and issues of sustainability appear to be at a crossroads in West Virginia.
It is ironic that I have just successfully completed a 1031 tax-deferred exchange, considering April is "that" season. Tax season — it affects us all.
David Peebles' keynote address at the Third Annual Marcellus to Manufacturing — M2M — Ethane Development Conference in Charleston recently was a masterpiece in subtlety and vision.
We lead hectic lives. The last thing in the world we seem to have time for is ourselves, and it's not getting any easier.
When one shops as a kind of entertainment — and most of us do — we are destined to meet one of those glib sales reps who pitches his wares in huge stores.
New River CTC has embarked on an exciting partnership with the Nicholas County Building Commission to construct a new 48,000 square-foot facility in the Glade Creek Business Park in Summersville.
A college president's least favorite book title is "Silent Spring."
In our humble opinion, a healthier, more inclusive society is a better society.
It's time for spring cleaning.
Individuals and families that have special planning needs must consider the implications of these factors in the development of their disability and estate plans.
Top U.S. Senate Banking Committee members released plans this week to wind down mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and replace them with a complicated apparatus disturbingly similar to Obamacare.
I am a flawed human being. I know this because I am married to a very candid woman who reminds me daily of my myriad imperfections.
As the president of the West Virginia Manufacturers Association, I would like to personally invite you to the third annual Marcellus to Manufacturing, M2M Ethane Development Conference.
Bethany College, the oldest degree-granting institution in West Virginia.
Through much trial and tribulation, the Legislature passed a balanced budget for fiscal year 2015.
The Greater Kanawha Valley is experiencing the effects of its most catastrophic event in several generations.
With the expansion of the natural gas industry and the electric utilities accelerating the retirement of coal-fired plants many feel that the phrase "Coal is West Virginia" is indicative of the past, not the future.
The governor's budget for Fiscal Year 2015 is a well-formulated plan that basically keeps state government functioning as normal.
West Virginia is a rural, natural resource-rich state, with a mountainous topography. In many ways, West Virginia is similar to other rural states, but the comparison can only go so far.
In the November issue of "Governing Magazine," John Buntin had an article titled "Think," in which he discussed several books of interest to public officials.
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