Day: July 25, 2019 Archives

ThursdayJuly 25, 2019

PSC selects firm to conduct audit of Frontier services

Schumaker and Company will be responsible for conducting a focused management audit of Frontier West Virginia and Citizens Telecommunications Company of West Virginia.

Manchin introduces bill to extend FEMA flood insurance

The legislation, the Group Flood Insurance Policy Extension Act, comes following a delay of $106 million in block grant funding.

Cline helicopter crash investigation moves into next phase

A preliminary report from the National Transportation Safety Board of the crash that killed seven people on July 4th in the Bahamas was released this week.

West Virginia leads nation in GDP growth for most recent period

Mining was major factor in states that showed growth, including West Virginia.

Highways Commissioner says culture change has come to DOH

DOH Commissioner says the agency has gone back to its roots of maintenance first and predicts the public will start to notice the change.

Contract awarded for additional Route 10 work

Fifth and final phase of 70-mile project now under contract.

Capito says after Mueller testimony “it’s case closed”

Senator talks to President Trump about hearings during ride on Air Force One.

Yeager Airport officials pitch training environment, economic impact to attract military

A dedication to a military center will take place on Friday.

West Virginia lends helping hand to FirstEnergy Solutions

The West Virginia Legislature voted overwhelmingly this week to allow FirstEnergy Solutions to avoid paying an annual $12.5 million business and occupation tax to the state for operation of the Pleasants Power Station in Pleasants County. The company, which is a subsidiary of FirstEnergy and is going through bankruptcy, argued it needed the tax break