David Beard/The Dominion Post, Author at WV MetroNews

Sunday September 15, 2019

West Virginia Land Trust purchases Tucker County site

They’ve dubbed it the Yellow Creek Preserve, after a tributary of the Blackwater River that flows through the land.

Friday September 13, 2019

DEP approves coal-to-liquids plant

Domestic Synthetic Fuels says its plant will employ direct coal-to-liquids technology to convert coal and natural gas.

Thursday September 12, 2019

Longview Power files application for gas-powered plant

The company announced late Thursday it has filed its application for a siting certificate to build the plant with the West Virginia Public Service Commission.

Capito highlights appropriations measures related to West Virginia

U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., sits on the Senate Appropriations Committee, as does Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin.

Wednesday September 11, 2019

EPA official stops in Morgantown to see grant-funded work

Cosmo Servidio oversees Region 3, which covers five states and Washington, D.C.

Tuesday September 10, 2019

Hospice organization agrees to $3.1 million civil settlement

Capital Caring, the Falls Church, Virginia-based hospice organization, has agreed to pay a $3.1 million civil settlement regarding allegations of Medicare overpayments for bills submitted to the Medicare Program for hospice services.

Monday September 9, 2019

Domestic violence programs make case to keep suit on gun law going

The West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence is opposing state Attorney General Patrick Morrisey’s August motion to dismiss the case.

Sunday September 8, 2019

Monongalia County mine drainage treatment plan on again

Mine in community of Richard closed in 1953.

Friday September 6, 2019

Ruby Hospital union faces possible revocation with parent organization

Laborer’s Local 814 represents more than 1,600 workers.

Morrisey: Case against diocese should not be dismissed

Attorney general responds to motion.

Tuesday September 3, 2019

EQT ends suit on drilling leases

Oil and gas producer EQT aimed to have legislation forbidding deductions from certain drilling leases declared unconstitutional.

Monday September 2, 2019

Oklahoma, West Virginia lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson pursue different legal angles

Opiod manufacturer has been ordered to pay up in Oklahoma while WV lawsuit filed in recent days.

Sunday September 1, 2019

DOH equipment spending numbers at $45 million

Truck purchases lead the way.

Wednesday August 28, 2019

Laborers International Union removes leaders of Ruby Memorial Hospital union

The Laborers International Union of North America has apparently removed the executive officers and board members of Laborers Local 814.

Monday August 26, 2019

State selects credit union to handle cannabis transactions

Charleston-based Element Federal Credit Union submitted the winning proposal.

Sunday August 25, 2019

More competition for EpiPen

Teva rolling out new product.

Tuesday August 20, 2019

Harrison County firm disappointed in bidding for secondary road work

“It shows impropriety and it shows favoritism,” said Abby Childs, owner of Inca Roads, of the decision.

Lawsuit accusing Bransfield of sexual misconduct settled

The civil suit was filed in Ohio County Circuit Court in May.

Monday August 19, 2019

EQT president to town hall: ‘We care about our landowners’

New executive addresses town hall crowd in Bridgeport.

Sunday August 18, 2019

States claim victory in pretrial ruling in lawsuit against drug makers

Mylan one of the defendants.

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