Local scouting leader Amy Garbrick was elected as the first female president of the governing board for the Boy Scouts of America Mountaineer Area Council, based in north central West Virginia.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
As part of its ongoing lawsuit against Union Carbide, the Courtland Company asked U.S. District Judge John T. Copenhaver Jr. to collect soil samples at UCC’s Filmont Landfill in South Charleston.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
The maximum penalty Union Carbide would pay for violating the Clean Water Act at a landfill it owns in South Charleston: $64,618 per violation per day.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
On this West Virginia Week, we have a decidedly literary slant as we hear from Shepherd University's 2023 Appalachian Writer-in-Residence, and we also learn about Banned Book Week.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
A company that took Union Carbide to court over a hazardous waste dump celebrated a favorable ruling from a federal judge.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
A federal judge in Charleston has ruled against Union Carbide, ordering the company to pay for the cleanup of a hazardous materials site in South Charleston.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Union Carbide transfers ethylene oxide from railroad tank cars to storage tanks in Institute, where it is then distributed to facilities in Institute and South Charleston.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
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