Monday Jun 17
Post and Courier
Renovated Charleston home dedication held today
A ribbon-cutting was held today marking the renovation of a single-family home for low to moderate income residents at 76 Simons St. in Charleston.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Energy experts: Ways to save when you're away
COLUMBIA, SC Summer vacation season is here and so are hotter temperatures, but if you find yourself cranking up the air conditioning, energy experts say there's something you should do before you head out of town.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Former congressman calls for climate solutions
The South Carolina Republican visited Antarctica twice, as part of congressional delegations.
Partnership for Panama
Area Rotarians and the Missouri National Guard are shouldering a heavy load - tons and tons of vital goods for Panamanians in need.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
The News Journal
Andrea losing strength as storm hits Carolinas
In the week leading up to Thursday's first round of the MLB Draft, Phillies officials had indicated that they'd likely go for a more MILWAUKEE - The last time 36-year-old Michael Young hit leadoff, he was just 27 and in his fourth full season in the major leagues.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Charleston Daily Mail
MANUFACTURING * Peerless Block & Brick Co. has hired Steve Platz as its new company president.
The Lumineers add fall tour dates
The Lumineers are excited to unveil the details of additional North American tour dates this September and October.
Tue Jun 04, 2013
Charleston Daily Mail
Bridge connects Boy Scouts' past, future
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- One of the largest and most impressive feats of design and construction at the Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve neared completion Tuesday.
Sat Jun 01, 2013
Man Hit And Killed By Train In St. Albans
Mamie Buoy Web Producer: Mamie Buoy Reported: Jun. 1, 2013 1:13 PM EDT Updated: Jun.
Fri May 31, 2013
Energy Corp. gives $600,000 to promote youth science
Energy Corporation of America awarded $600,000 to the Clay Center to promote youth interest in science, technology, engineering and math during its groundbreaking ceremony Friday at the site of the company's new Eastern headquarters.
Consumer groups oppose Harrison plant purchase at PSC hearing
The state Public Service Commission on Wednesday began hearing arguments in the transfer of ownership at a Harrison County power station.
DnB NOR Markets, Inc. New York - Oil & Gas - Advisory Profile - New Market Study Published
DnB NOR Markets, Inc. provides capital markets services. The company's services include equities trading, corporate finance, foreign exchange dealing, and interest-rate futures and options.
Thu May 30, 2013
Truck Dealership Celebrates Grand Opening
Cross Lanes , Kanawha County , West Virginia A new business is ready to serve all your trucking needs.
Maloney starts conservative think tank
The nonprofit organization will support "energy independence," healthy-lifestyle initiatives, and ethics and tax reforms, Maloney said in a prepared statement.
Wed May 29, 2013
Mon Power & Potomac Edison Customers Could Face Higher Rates
Electric bills continue making headlines in the Mountain State. AARP West Virginia wants Mon Power and Potomac Edison electric customers to giver their opinion on the purchase of a power plants by First Energy.
Charleston Daily Mail
Hearing on power plant deal packed on day 1
Jim Kotcon, Conservation Chair with the West Virginia Sierra Club, dlivers more than a 1,000 signitures to the Governor's Office in the State Capitol Wednesday afternoon protesting First Energy's plans to transfer assets to Mon Power.
Sat May 25, 2013
Young conservative groups stand up for energy reform: Robert Dintaman, Michele Combs and Brian Smith
Michael Sokol, an electrical engineer with Bold Alternatives LLC, installs a panel in a large solar array atop a canopy in the parking lot of First Unitarian Church of Cleveland in April 2012.
Wed May 22, 2013
Coal Valley News
Book details fall of Harman Mining and tactics of Massey Energy
The Price of Justice: A True Story of Greed and Corruption. By Laurence Leamer. New York: Times Books/Henry Holt and Co., 433 pages.
Tue May 21, 2013
FirstEnergy defends $1B deal for W.Va. power plant
The $1.1 billion cost of selling a coal-fired power plant from one FirstEnergy subsidiary to another is "a reasonable price for protection" against the more expensive option of buying electricity on the spot market to meet demand in West Virginia, a utility executive said Monday.