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Patriot Coal moving Charleston office to Putnam
Patriot Coal is relocating its office in Charleston to Scott Depot in Putnam County.
- W.Va. Ethics Commission fires executive director
Most of state’s elected officials oppose carbon emissions limits
Reactions from state leaders to new Environmental Protection Agency guidelines that will reduce carbon emissions by 30 percent in 2030 could be reduced to one word.
W.Va. landfill barred from taking sludge from Pa.
West Virginia regulators want to know how natural gas drilling sludge rejected by a landfill in Pennsylvania wound up in a landfill in Bridgeport.
Two utilities told to change meter reading and billing
The state Public Service Commission has ordered Mon Power and Potomac Edison to implement monthly meter readings and billings following customer complaints.
Food stamp use in W.Va. increasing
West Virginia is one of seven states to see an increase in the number of residents receiving benefits through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, a nonprofit group said in a recent report.
- Diner plans fundraiser after 'show more skin' post
- West Virginia museums to let military in for free
- CDC explains rationale for W.Va. spill exposure
W.Va. regulators open chemical spill probe
The state Public Service Commission opened an investigation Wednesday to determine whether the company overseeing the public water supply responded appropriately to a chemical spill in January that contaminated the tap water of 300,000 people in nine counties.
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