×

Business

State Treasurer slams banks for not investing in fossil fuels

CHARLESTON — State Treasurer Riley Moore is leading West Virginia and a coalition of states to put banks on notice for playing politics with taxpayer dollars. In a press release and video issued Monday, Moore and financial officers in 15 other states wrote an open letter to the U.S. banking ...

West Virginia Supreme Court throws out injunction for Paycheck Protection Act

CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals reversed a preliminary injunction Monday blocking a bill prohibiting union dues from automatically being taken from paychecks. In a 3-2 decision released Monday afternoon, the Supreme Court ordered a preliminary injunction issued in ...

Stoked Coffee, realtor make case for helping foster kids

MARIETTA — A pair of women in the Mid-Ohio Valley are banding together to give foster children a gift they can treasure forever. Valerie Huck, one of the owners of Stoked Coffee, and Jackie Sapio, broker/owner of Mid-Ohio Valley Anchor Realty, were friends on social media and decided to meet ...

New bank hopes to draw interest in Ripley

RIPLEY — A bank made its debut in the Ripley community as First Neighborhood Bank opened a branch on South Church Street this week. The bank, established 110 years ago in the Mid-Ohio Valley, originated in Spencer and through the years, it grew with Ripley the site for its fourth branch. ...