Mon, PE Power Customers To Receive Credit For Misused Funds

Monongahela Power and Potomac Edison company customers will receive a one-time fixed bill credit on their 2024 July bill. 

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State Police Superintendent Tells Lawmakers Investigations, Changes Continue

Col. Chambers said investigations into hidden cameras, theft, rape, destruction of evidence and invasions of privacy are moving toward resolution.

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Audit: W.Va. Catholic Church Claimed $2 Million in Federal Small Business Relief Funds

The Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston received an almost $2 million loan from federal COVID-19 relief, according to an audit released Friday.As the church faced a considerable revenue decline due to the pandemic and corresponding economic recession, it applied for a federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan in April and secured $1,996,372 through the program.

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State’s Return On $25 Million Venture Capital Investment Unclear, Audit Says

A report released today from the West Virginia legislative auditor found a loan program to venture capital firms for generating economic development in the state fell short of its goals, and state auditors struggled to determine what impact the program did have due to a lack of record-keeping.“In summary, it is the legislative auditor’s opinion that the loan program did not achieve the intended outcomes and what was achieved is difficult to quantify,” the report found.

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