W.Va. Music Hall Of Fame 2023 Inductees Cover Genre Spectrum
Ranging from pine fiddles to P-funk, this is an eclectic group of Mountain State musicians.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
West Virginia’s working men and women took center stage in the Capitol rotunda Monday. On Trades Apprenticeship Day at the West Virginia Legislature, the old is new again when it comes to learning an occupation.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Senate Bill 59 makes several changes to the system of unemployment benefits in the state.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
West Virginia lawmakers have advanced a proposal that would allow people who leave their jobs because they are denied a religious or medical exemption to the COVID-19 vaccination to receive unemployment benefits.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Separate bills that would reduce the maximum amount of unemployment benefits from 26 weeks to 20 weeks and require recipients to actively seek work passed the Republican-led West Virginia Senate on Tuesday.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
An analysis by the Ohio Valley ReSource showed that roughly 488,000 people in Ohio and West Virginia have lost supplemental unemployment payments after Republican governors there scrapped the federal unemployment benefit programs put in place during the pandemic.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
After weeks of wrangling, Congress has approved a new stimulus deal, aimed at helping Americans and businesses still struggling economically from the pandemic.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
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