CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The Atlantic Coast Pipeline cleared another regulatory hurdle on Friday when the U.S. Forest Service gave approval for the pipeline to be...
Impression Products receives award from Recycling Times.
Judge in different district had just finalized company's dismissal from bankruptcy court.
Lowest bid for repair work came from Charleston firm.
Judge had already ruled once that case should be dismissed.
Halloran and Hall receive public admonishments from Judicial Investigation Commission.
Forestry director would like for agency to stay with Commerce.
It is possible Lavigne will be released as soon as Wednesday.
Panel is considering more factors; may present Legislature with a range of options.
Officials say company or insurer will have to pay in long run.
Big deal has had few details.
Justice says some people are inclined to find fault with good news.
Environmental groups express concern.
A few hundred vehicles rack up zero mileage.
Proposed legislation would toughen debarment criteria.
State bought 'Black Betsy' property in 2001.
Legislative auditor recommends the state pursue reimbursement of the money.
Leaders say children are developing trust in the centers.
Lawyers for Justice Aviation also want to be granted a counterclaim.
Institute has estimated 100,000 jobs in region could result from hub.