Brad McElhinny

Yesterday September 19, 2017

Should PEIA be privatized in West Virginia like workers comp?

BrickStreet director provides comparisons for lawmakers.

Costs of moving agencies to Building 3 come under question

Commerce Secretary says he inherited costs, wouldn't have made same decision.

State agencies — so far — are on track on audits where deadline has been elusive

All state agencies required to do so meet required deadline for draft audits.

Monday September 18, 2017

No longer ‘SOS’ but investment remains vital to WV development, Commerce Secretary says

Thrasher makes pitch to state legislators.

Governor Justice repeats: government will waste money if road bond doesn’t pass

Justice makes similar claim at multiple stops on 'Roads to Prosperity' tour.

Sunday September 17, 2017

Funeral fraud case took more than a year for slap on wrist, legislative report concludes

Funeral home director Harding was accused of cashing in more than 100 pre-need funeral contracts.

Corridor H, long a work in progress, is showing its promise

Completion is within striking distance, developers and highways officials say.

Saturday September 16, 2017

Governor Justice’s companies accused of fraudulent transfers in federal court case

Lawyer for Justice companies tells newspaper the allegations will be fought.

Friday September 15, 2017

State Supreme Court knocks down injunction over WV right-to-work law

Majority of justices say unions unlikely to succeed in case.

Another top staffer leaving the Justice administration

Jason Pizatella, deputy chief of staff, is accepting a job at a Charleston law firm.

Thursday September 14, 2017

Gov. Justice relinquishing half his coaching duties at Greenbrier East

He will step away from coaching the boys team but intends to continue coaching the girls.

West Virginia lags the country in poverty rate and household income

Census releases American Community Survey data.

Wednesday September 13, 2017

Procter & Gamble plant — and its employees — taking shape in Eastern Panhandle

Progress is apparent during open house; first products expected to roll out in January.

Elections complaint filed over Justice’s pro-road bond remarks to county clerks

Complaint alleges governor tried to influence elections officials.

Monday September 11, 2017

Troubled hotel in Morgantown may be headed for auction

Lawyers for Mountain Blue Hospitality are trying to block the sale.

Justice says he’s counting on elections workers for road bond vote

Governor lays out reasons he believes bond issue should pass Oct. 7.

What’s going on with the crumbling empire at 205 Marion Square?

Developments by William Abruzzino are now involved in multiple court actions.

Tuesday September 5, 2017

Residents say they want to vote for road bond, cut state budget: MetroNews West Virginia Poll

Most say they'll turn out for road bond vote, but history says otherwise about turnout.

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