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W.Va. gas prices fall, expected to drop further
KENNY KEMP | Gazette
W.Va. gas prices fall, expected to drop further

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Gas prices dipped below $3 a gallon in the Kanawha Valley this week, mirroring a national trend.

However, West Virginia’s average gas price still hovered well above the $3 mark, at $3.21 a gallon, according to...

W.Va. gas prices fall, expected to drop further
W.Va. gas prices fall, expected to drop further

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Gas prices dipped below $3 a gallon in the Kanawha Valley this week, mirroring a national trend.

However, West Virginia’s average gas price still hovered well above the $3 mark, at $3.21 a gallon, according to...

City looks to bring millennials in
City looks to bring millennials in

By some measures, millennials — the generation born between 1980 and 2000 — will have more spending power, and will spend more on travel, than any other group in a few years.

It’s no surprise, then, that area tourism leaders ...

Frontier sued over Internet speeds, outages

Frontier Communications customers have filed a class-action lawsuit against the company in West Virginia, alleging Frontier failed to provide the high-speed Internet services it advertised.

Customers also complained about frequent Internet...

Chesapeake selling Marcellus assets in W.Va., Pa.

HOUSTON -- Southwestern Energy will spend about $5.38 billion to acquire drilling assets in West Virginia and southwest Pennsylvania now owned by Chesapeake Energy.

The acquisition includes 256 operated and producing horizontal wells in the...

Agricultural lime plant opens in Pocahontas County

MILL POINT, W.Va. – West Virginia Agriculture Commissioner Walt Helmick says a new lime plant in Pocahontas County will help farmers improve their land and increase production.

Helmick and other officials participated in a ribbon-cutting...

Pittsburgh-based Giant Eagle closing some ‘nests’

PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh-based Giant Eagle supermarket chain is closing some of its nests. Eagle’s Nests, to be more precise.

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports the chain is closing 61 of 109 of the child-activity centers...

Local businesses ready for same-sex couples
Local businesses ready for same-sex couples

More marriages equals more cakes. That’s the basic logic put forth by Cakes by Appointment owner Petra Vasale Newkirk.

“I’m open for business and ready to help,” she said Friday.

While Cakes by Appointment, The...

W.Va. Marcellus jobs grew modestly, wages rose

CHARLESTON, W.Va. –

West Virginia’s oil and gas industry grew by just 69 jobs in 2013, but average salaries jumped more than $2,400, according to a state report.

At the same time, about 1,100 people previously on...

Create West Virginia adds building efficiency at this year’s event
Create West Virginia adds building efficiency at this year’s event

The Create West Virginia conference will challenge attendees to think and learn more about community innovation spurred by creativity and how quality of life and quality of space are intertwined.

The seventh annual conference will take place at ...

Business fundamentals fall workshop planned

The West Virginia Small Business Development Center is hosting a business fundamentals workshop in Kanawha County Oct. 30.

The workshop designed for start-ups and new businesses will introduce entrepreneurs to resources available through the...

Most West Virginians to see higher gas bills

Many West Virginians will see their gas bills rise because utilities are expected to pay more for that gas in the coming year, after several years of declining gas prices.

On Thursday, the state Public Service Commission announced the rate...

CURA buys downtown Charleston’s former B&B Loans building
CURA buys downtown Charleston’s former B&B Loans building

The former B&B Loans building, located on the corner of Summers Street and Brawley Walkway, in downtown Charleston, has been purchased by the Charleston Urban Renewal Authority.

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