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State Tipoffs Involving Ohio Newsletter for Sunday July 28, 2019 ( 50 items )  

AEP Ohio Earns '2019 Most Trusted Brand' Designation in National Survey
GAHANNA, Ohio, July 22 -- AEP Ohio issued the following news release: AEP Ohio, an American Electric Power (NYSE:AEP) company, was named a 2019 Most Trusted Brand for residential customers. This designation was earned in the Cogent Syndicated Utility Trusted Brand & Customer Engagement (TM): Residential report. AEP Ohio received the highest score of all electric companies in the Midwest region. AEP Ohio previously earned a similar designation from business customers. "AEP Ohio has been engaged  more

AEP Ohio to Expand Smart Grid Across Service Territory
GAHANNA, Ohio, July 26 -- AEP Ohio issued the following news release: AEP Ohio, an American Electric Power (NYSE: AEP) company, today submitted its grid modernization expansion plan with the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) to bring advanced smart grid technologies including smart meters, customer access to real-time energy usage data, and distribution system reliability enhancements throughout its service territory. If approved, this plan will provide the benefits of advanced grid te  more

American Electric Power Corp. Issues Financials for Second Quarter of 2019
COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 25 -- American Electric Power Corp. issued the following news release: American Electric Power (NYSE: AEP) today reported second-quarter 2019 earnings, prepared in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), of $461 million or $0.93 per share, compared with GAAP earnings of $528 million or $1.07 per share in second-quarter 2018. Operating earnings for second-quarter 2019 were $494 million or $1.00 per share, compared with operating earnings of $498 mill  more

American Electric Power Renewables Completes Purchase of Santa Rita East Wind Project
COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 24 -- American Electric Power Corp. issued the following news release: American Electric Power's (NYSE: AEP) AEP Renewables subsidiary has completed the purchase of 75 percent, or 227 megawatts (MW), of the Santa Rita East Wind Project from Invenergy Renewables LLC. Santa Rita East is located approximately 70 miles west of San Angelo, Texas. Invenergy will retain 25 percent ownership of the project. "AEP's long-term strategy, driven by the expectations of our customers and  more

Babcock & Wilcox Announces Completion of Equitization Transactions and Reverse Stock Split
BARBERTON, Ohio, July 24 -- Babcock and Wilcox Enterprises issued the following news release: Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc. ("B&W" or the "Company") (NYSE: BW) announced today the completion of its previously announced equitization transactions approved by stockholders at the Company's annual meeting, as well as the completion of the previously announced one-for-ten reverse stock split. "These actions further improve our balance sheet and show the strong support of our shareholders as we   more

Bank of America Opens First Financial Centers in Ohio
CHARLOTTE, North Carolina, July 22 -- Bank of America, a financial institution, issued the following news release: * * * - Doors Open in Cincinnati and Columbus This Summer 30 Locations and 150 Jobs Are Planned Will Build on $468 Million in Small Business and Mortgage Lending in 2018 - 'The New Financial Centers in Cincinnati And Columbus Further Tie Our Success With Ohio's Success,' * * * Bank of America today announced that it has opened its first full-service financial center in Cincinna  more

Chancellor Announces Regional Regionally Aligned Priorities in Delivering Skills Awards
COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 23 -- The Ohio Department of Higher Education issued the following news release: * * * - Credits Governor DeWine for making grant program part of state operating budget for the first time * * * A program that has successfully helped to meet regional workforce needs around the state through higher education and business collaborations has - for the first time - had a capital budget allocation within the state operating budget. The fourth and latest round of the Ohio Depa  more

Cincinnati Public Schools Named to Forbes' Best Employers List
CINCINNATI, Ohio, July 24 -- Cincinnati Public Schools issued the following news: Great learning environments for students start with great employee experiences. At Cincinnati Public Schools, we engage and develop our nearly 6,000 employees who teach, connect and engage with our students, families and community. CPS not only has one of the best workforces preparing students for life, but we also ensure that graduates are well-prepared and career-ready. In recognition, CPS has been named one of  more

City of Akron Free Summer Food Program
AKRON, Ohio, July 26 -- Akron Public Schools issued the following news: * * * - And Summer Reading Program * * * Mayor Dan Horrigan is proud to announce that the City of Akron Recreation Bureau, in partnership with Akron Public Schools Child Nutrition Services, is once again participating in the federally-funded Summer Food Service Program this year. "There is nothing more important than making sure our young people have the nutrition they need to grow, learn and live healthy, productive li  more

City of Akron: Amazon Announces Plans to Expand in Ohio
AKRON, Ohio, July 22 -- The city of Akron issued the following news release: * * * - The new fulfillment centers in Akron and Rossford will total more than 1.4 million-square-feet * * * Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) today announced plans to open two new Ohio fulfillment centers, one in Akron and the other in Rossford, creating more than 2,500 full-time jobs with comprehensive benefits and opportunities to work alongside Amazon robotics in an industry-leading workplace. "Ohio has been a gr  more

Cleveland State University Names Dennis Gates New Men's Basketball Head Coach
CLEVELAND, Ohio, July 26 -- Cleveland State University issued the following news release: * * * - Former FSU assistant helped lead Seminoles to back-to-back Sweet 16s * * * Cleveland State University Director of Athletics Scott Garrett is excited to name Florida State University men's basketball assistant coach Dennis Gates as the Vikings' head men's basketball coach. Gates, one of the most highly regarded young assistants in college basketball, brings to CSU a track-record of highly accompl  more

Cleveland State University, Multi-Organizational Team Receive $3.7 Million Federal Grant
CLEVELAND, Ohio, July 25 -- Cleveland State University issued the following news release: * * * - Project seeks to improve health and wellness of older adults * * * Cleveland State University is part of a multi-organizational team that recently received a $3.7 million grant from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration's Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program. The project seeks to enhance training for nurses, social workers and other health care providers who work with elderly  more

Cleveland State University: Browne Lewis Elected to American Law Institute
CLEVELAND, Ohio, July 24 -- Cleveland State University issued the following news release: Browne Lewis, the Leon and Gloria Plevin Professor of Law at Cleveland State University, has been elected to membership in the American Law Institute. The ALI is the leading independent organization in the United States producing scholarly work to clarify, modernize, and improve legal policy and regulation. The ALI drafts and publishes a number of influential publications, including Restatements of the L  more

College of Wooster" Lantis's New Book, 'Foreign Policy Advocacy and Entrepreneurship,' Covers Hot Political Topics
WOOSTER, Ohio, July 23 [TNSsociologyresearch] -- The College of Wooster issued the following news release: * * * - Released earlier this month, Wooster professor examines junior members of Congress quickly becoming influential policymakers * * * This month's political headlines, featuring clashes between progressive freshmen Democratic members of Congress and the Trump administration on immigration reform, reflect some of the findings Jeff Lantis hits on in his latest book, "Foreign Policy A  more

Cuyahoga County Boards and Commissions Positions Available for Appointment
CLEVELAND, Ohio, July 22 -- Cuyahoga County issued the following news release: A major goal of Cuyahoga County is to ensure all voices are valued, respected and heard. This goal is accomplished in part by citizens participating in and volunteering to serve on Advisory Boards and Commissions. The Cuyahoga County Department of Regional Collaboration is encouraging residents and community members to apply for Boards and Commissions positions available through Cuyahoga County. Boards and Commissio  more

Educators Summit Kicks Off Yearlong 50th Commemoration of May 4, 1970, at Kent State University
KENT, Ohio, July 24 -- Kent State University issued the following news: * * * - Voices for Change: Keynote Speakers to Explain and Inspire Student Activism * * * Student activism and giving voice to students will be the topics of two keynote speakers who are headlining the upcoming 2019 Educators Summit at Kent State University titled "May 4, 1970 Then & Now: Voices for Change." The summit will usher in a year of programming and events commemorating the 50th anniversary of May 4, 1970, when  more

Eric Stevenson to Lead Nationwide's Retirement Plans Business
COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 24 -- Nationwide Mutual Insurance issued the following news release: Eric Stevenson will be the next leader of Nationwide's retirement plans business. Stevenson steps into the role succeeding John Carter, who was recently named President and Chief Operating Officer-elect over all of Nationwide's financial services business lines. Stevenson most recently served as Senior Vice President of distribution for Nationwide's retirement plan business, which is responsible for nearl  more

FirstEnergy Issues Financials for Second Quarter of 2019
AKRON, Ohio, July 23 -- FirstEnergy issued the following news release: FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE) today reported second quarter 2019 GAAP earnings of $308 million or $0.58 per basic and diluted share, on revenue of $2.5 billion. In the second quarter of 2018, the company recorded GAAP earnings of $134 million, or $0.28 per basic and diluted share, on revenue of $2.6 billion. GAAP earnings for both periods include the impact of special items listed below. Operating (non-GAAP) earnings were $0  more

Four Ohio University Faculty Members Chosen for Mac's Academic Leadership Development Program
ATHENS, Ohio, July 26 -- Ohio University issued the following news release: Four faculty from Ohio University have been selected as 2019-2020 Mid-American Conference (MAC) Academic Leadership Development Program (ALDP) Fellows. Todd Eisworth, Associate Professor and Chair of Mathematics in the College of Arts and Sciences, and Nukhet Sandal, Associate Professor and Director of Global Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences, were selected for the Advanced Track. Akil Houston, Associate Prof  more

G.E. Appoints Kris Shepherd As General Manager of Global Marine Gas Turbine Business
EVENDALE, Ohio, July 22 -- G.E. Aviation, a subsidiary of General Electric, issued the following news release: * * * - Kris Shepherd has Been Appointed the General Manager of GE's Marine Gas Turbine Business - He is Based in Evendale, Ohio. * * * Kris Shepherd has been appointed the General Manager of GE's marine gas turbine business; he is based in Evendale, Ohio. Shepherd is responsible for the full lifecycle of all GE marine gas turbine programs, product management, engineering, marketin  more

GEnx Engine Celebrates 15 Years
EVENDALE, Ohio, July 24 -- G.E. Aviation, a subsidiary of General Electric, issued the following news release: The GEnx engine, the fastest selling widebody engine that GE Aviation has ever produced, marked its 15th year since its launch in April 2004. With outstanding performance and utilization, the GEnx engine family has accumulated 25 million flight hours and 4 million flight cycles. "The GEnx engine began as a blank sheet design incorporating the advanced technologies and materials develo  more

Goodyear Issues Financials for Second and First Half Quarter of 2019
AKRON, Ohio, July 26 -- Goodyear Tire and Rubber issued the following news release: The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company today reported results for the second quarter and first half of 2019. "Our U.S. consumer replacement and commercial businesses continued to perform well in a challenging environment, aided by recent product launches," said Richard J. Kramer, chairman, chief executive officer and president. "We have continued our focus on strengthening our business by investing in premium suppl  more

Greene County Community Improvement Corporation Awards $75,000 Grant to Russ Research Center
ATHENS, Ohio, July 25 -- Ohio University issued the following news release: The Greene County Community Improvement Corporation (CIC) has awarded a $75,000 grant to Ohio University's Russ Research Center LLC (RRC) in Beavercreek Township for additive manufacturing equipment to support the first workforce development program of its kind in the Dayton region. The equipment purchase supports a collaborative workforce development training program in the burgeoning fields of additive manufacturing   more

Jersey Central Power & Light Line Crews and Other Personnel Continue to Restore Service Following Damaging Wind and Severe Thunderstorms
AKRON, Ohio, July 24 -- Jersey Central Power & Light, a subsidiary of FirstEnergy, issued the following news release: More than 3,500 line workers and support personnel are in New Jersey working around the clock restoring electric service to Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) customers who lost power following damaging thunderstorms Monday that produced wind gusts exceeding 70 mph and torrential rains. About 220,000 JCP&L customers were restored within 36 hours after the storm began. As of 1  more

Ohio Democratic Party: Ohioans Travel to Wheeling to Call Out Trump's Broken Promises
COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 25 -- The Ohio Democratic Party issued the following news: Ahead of President Donald Trump's big-dollar fundraiser yesterday in Wheeling, W.Va. -- less than 100 miles from Lordstown, Ohio -- Ohioans impacted by the closure of General Motors' Lordstown plant called out Trump's broken promises. Wheeling Intelligencer: Displaced Lordstown GM Employees Disappointed With Trump "In Wheeling, we're standing in front of the Augustus Pollack memorial, a business owner succeeded by  more

Ohio Dems Call Out Trump's Broken Promises on Two-Year Anniversary of Youngstown Rally
COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 26 -- The Ohio Democratic Party issued the following news: On the two-year anniversary of Donald Trump's Youngstown speech in which he told the people of the Mahoning Valley, "Those jobs [that] have left Ohio, they're coming back. They're all coming back. Don't move, don't sell your house," Ohio Democrats called out Trump for his broken promises at a news conference outside the now-shuttered Northside Regional Medical Center in Youngstown. Youngstown Vindicator: Valley Dem  more

Ohio Department of Education, Harvard Announce Schools Selected for Continuous Improvement Opportunity
COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 22 -- The Ohio Department of Education issued the following news release: * * * - Collaboration to help rural districts address chronic absenteeism, college readiness and more * * * The Ohio Department of Education and the Center for Education Policy Research (CEPR) at Harvard University today announced that 19 Ohio schools have been selected to join the Proving Ground network of districts that will work together to address the challenges of chronic absenteeism, college   more

Ohio Secretary of State LaRose Issues Statement on Report About Russian Active Measures Campaigns
COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 26 -- Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose issued the following statement on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence report about Russian active measures campaigns and interference in the 2016 election: "We've known for a long time that foreign actors attempted to corrode public confidence in our democracy through a variety of methods. "This is why we've moved aggressively to meet this threat head-on. "I hope that other states will follow Ohio's lead and implement the  more

Ohio State Rep. Russo, Dem Lawmakers Seek Information on Decline in Children's Enrollment in Medicaid
COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 24 -- Ohio House Democrats issued the following information on behalf of Ohio State Rep. Allison Russo, D-Upper Arlington: State Rep. Allison Russo (D-Upper Arlington) and fellow House Democrats today sent a letter* to the Ohio Department of Medicaid asking them to investigate the declining number of children insured by Medicaid. "We know there are long term consequences to children's health and attainment when they lose access to quality, affordable healthcare," writes Ru  more

Ohio State Rep. Sykes Issues Statement on Nuclear, Coal Power Plants Subsidy Legislation
COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 23 -- The Ohio House Democrats issued the following statement by State Rep. Emilia Strong Sykes, D-Akron, on the passage of legislation to subsidize nuclear and coal power plants (H.B. 6): "This was not an easy vote for some of our Democratic members, including myself. "Democrats will always stand with hard-working Ohioans over corporations. HB 6 was never a Democratic bill; it was never even a bipartisan, compromise bill. "It was yet another example of the Majority Party  more

Ohio State Reps. Sykes, Galonski, State Sen. Sykes Issue Statements on Amazon Jobs Announcement
COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 22 -- The Ohio House Democrats issued the following statements by State Reps. Emilia Strong Sykes, D-Akron, Tavia Galonski, D-Akron, and State Sen. Vernon Sykes, D-Akron, on Amazon's announcement of 1,500 jobs coming to Akron: "At the statehouse and beyond, Democrats have been dedicated to finding opportunities like these to increase the number of good paying jobs in Ohio and our local communities." said Rep. Sykes. "Today's announcement with Amazon is a step in the right d  more

Ohio State University: Alliance for American Dream Promotes Collaboration, Benefits Central Ohio
COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 25 -- Ohio State University issued the following news: * * * - Winning project to help middle income homeowners will assist 10,000 middle-class families * * * Home ownership on a middle-income budget is a step closer to being realized for 10,000 central Ohioans, after a proposal by team of Ohio State University faculty and community partners was selected for investment in the Alliance for the American Dream competition. The project, Power of Home, is an innovative digit  more

Ohio State University: Hair Could Be the Key to Better Mental-Illness Diagnosis in Teens
COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 25 [TNSmedicalresearch] -- Ohio State University issued the following news: * * * - Study also finds lower depression risk in kids with good family support * * * It's possible that a lock of hair could one day aid in the diagnosis of depression and in efforts to monitor the effects of treatment, said the author of a new study examining cortisol levels in the hair of teens. Researchers looked for potential relationships between the concentration of the stress hormone cor  more

Ohio State University: Keeping Livestock in Yard Just Might Help Your Baby's Immune System
COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 24 [TNSmedicalresearch] -- Ohio State University issued the following news: * * * - Study: Amish babies' gut microbes lead to more robust immune development in newborn pigs * * * Getting up close - and a little dirty - with farm animals just might help us fend off illness, say researchers who've further demonstrated the benefits of early exposure to a wide variety of environmental bacteria. Scientists from The Ohio State University found that bacteria and other microbes  more

Ohio State University: Preschool Teachers Ask Children Too Many Simple Questions
COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 26 [TNSeducationresearch] -- Ohio State University issued the following news: * * * - Study examined teachers' approach during shared reading * * * When preschool teachers read books in their classrooms, the questions they ask play a key role in how much children learn, research has shown. But a new study that involved observing teachers during class story times found that they asked few questions - and those that they did ask were usually too simple. Only 24 percent o  more

Ohio State University: Saving Coral - New Guidelines to Protect and Preserve Caribbean Coral
COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 26 [TNSscienceresearch] -- Ohio State University issued the following news: * * * - Protocols could help coral survive while humans mitigate climate change * * * A consortium of coral experts today published new guidelines that could help corals in the Caribbean adapt to warmer, more acidic waters caused by climate change. The guidelines are the first of their kind to offer a definitive plan for collecting, raising and replanting corals in an attempt to maximize their ch  more

Ohio State University: Using Visual Imagery to Find Your True Passions
COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 23 [TNSscienceresearch] -- Ohio State University issued the following news: * * * - First-person perspective helps overcome biases, study finds * * * You may think you know what you like - how to spend your time or what profession to pursue. But a new study suggests that your pre-existing self-beliefs, as well as cultural stereotypes, may interfere with your memories and keep you from remembering what truly interests you. However, researchers at The Ohio State Universit  more

Ohio University, Ohio University Foundation Select Fund Evaluation Group as New Investment Consultant
ATHENS, Ohio, July 26 -- Ohio University issued the following news release: Ohio University and the Ohio University Foundation are pleased to announce the engagement of Cincinnati-based Fund Evaluation Group (FEG) as our new investment consultant partner. FEG was selected based on its demonstrated investment success; its relevant experience; and the quality of its team members. The University and Foundation look forward to working with team members at FEG to grow our resources supporting stude  more

OverDrive: It's a Lucky Day for Public Library Patrons
CLEVELAND, Ohio, July 23 -- OverDrive issued the following news release: Public libraries worldwide can now serve their readers faster and keep them coming back by using the "Lucky Day" feature with their OverDrive ebook and audiobook collection. Lucky Day allows libraries to designate digital copies of high-demand, waitlisted titles in their collection as immediately available for patrons. Participating libraries' patrons can "skip-the-line" and instantly find, borrow and read these titles on   more

Pelotonia and Ohio State University Announce the Pelotonia Institute for Immuno-Oncology
COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 27 [TNSmedicalresearch] -- Ohio State University issued the following news: One of the largest gifts to The Ohio State University will help launch a new institute to focus on harnessing the body's immune system to fight cancer at all levels. Christine Sander knows firsthand how groundbreaking research can save lives. In 2015, Sander was undergoing treatment for back pain and exhaustion. But when that treatment provided no relief, further testing revealed a large mass in he  more

Private Equity Lawyer Danielle Asaad Joins Squire Patton Boggs
CLEVELAND, Ohio, July 23 -- Squire Patton Boggs issued the following news: Squire Patton Boggs is pleased to announce that Danielle Asaad has joined the firm as partner in the Global Corporate Practice, based in the Cleveland and New York offices. Ms. Asaad's practice focuses on advising private equity firms and corporate clients with M&A transactions and corporate matters. "A true specialist in private equity M&A transactions, we are thrilled to add Danielle to our team," said Daniel G. Beric  more

Renowned Antitrust Transactional Attorney and Litigator Marc Schildkraut Joins BakerHostetler
CLEVELAND, Ohio, July 23 -- BakerHostetler, a law firm, issued the following news release: * * * - Former FTC official adds bench strength to firm's strong, national antitrust team * * * BakerHostetler has announced that Marc G. Schildkraut has joined the firm as a partner in its antitrust and competition practice. Based in Washington, D.C., Schildkraut was previously with Cooley LLP. Schildkraut has more than two decades of private practice experience and served as an assistant director wi  more

Samuel Porter III Joins Ice Miller's Public Affairs and Gaming Practice
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, July 23 -- Ice Miller, a law firm, issued the following news release: Ice Miller LLP welcomes Samuel H. Porter III to the Firm's Public Affairs and Gaming Practice. His extensive background combines public service, government counsel, liquor control and gaming compliance, which allows him to provide multidimensional service to his clients. "Sam doesn't simply have experience in public affairs and gaming arena. He has been a leader in the Ohio Governor's office, the Ohio   more

South Dakota AG Joins With 4 Other States and the Department Of Justice in an Agreement to Allow Wireless Merger
PIERRE, South Dakota, July 26 -- South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg issued the following news release: Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg announced today that South Dakota has joined with the states of Kansas, Nebraska, Ohio, and Oklahoma in approving an agreement between the United States Department of Justice, Sprint, T-Mobile and Dish Network. The agreement is part of a merger between Sprint and T-Mobile worth in excess of $26 billion. As part of the agreement, Sprint will divest   more

Stark State College, City of Akron Announce New Location for Truck Driving Training
AKRON, Ohio, July 23 -- The city of Akron issued the following news release: Stark State College and the City of Akron are announcing a new location for the College's commercial driver's license (CDL) training facility. The new location at 2270 Picton Parkway, is in a Joint Economic Development District with the City of Akron and Springfield Township. The facility - slated to include a modular classroom building, storage and paved training range - was originally slated to be constructed at the  more

UC Health Cardiac Care Again Receives National Recognition
CINCINNATI, Ohio, July 26 -- U.C. Health, a network of hospitals operated by the University of Cincinnati, issued the following news release: UC Health's University of Cincinnati Medical Center and West Chester Hospital have again been recognized by the American Heart Association for providing superior cardiac care to patients who suffer from a heart attack or heart failure. UC Medical Center has received the American Heart Association's Get With The Guidelines(R) Heart Failure Gold Plus Quali  more

UC Health Stroke Care Again Receives National Recognition
CINCINNATI, Ohio, July 23 -- U.C. Health, a network of hospitals operated by the University of Cincinnati, issued the following news release: UC Health's University of Cincinnati Medical Center and West Chester Hospital have again received national recognition for the quality of care provided to stroke victims. Each hospital has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association's Get With The Guidelines(R) Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award. The award recognizes UC He  more

University of Toledo: Drones Monitoring Algal Blooms Capture High-Quality, Low-Cost Data to Protect Drinking Water, Swimmer Safety
TOLEDO, Ohio, July 24 [TNSscienceresearch] -- The University of Toledo issued the following news release: Low-flying eyes in the sky are improving the accuracy of water quality assessments in the Great Lakes and the rivers that flow into them. A new study at The University of Toledo finds drones armed with sensors are useful tools in the fight against harmful algal blooms, particularly for monitoring key spots within Lake Erie, such as near drinking water inlets and off the shore of public bea  more

West Virginia Secretary of State Warner Names U.S. Navy Veteran Shane Kirtner as Field Representative for Northern West Virginia
CHARLESTON, West Virginia, July 26 -- West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner issued the following news release: Secretary of State Mac Warner is pleased to announce the appointment of Clarksburg-native Shane Kirtner to Field Representative for the state's Northern Panhandle region. As a Field Representative, Kirtner will be based at the North Central West Virginia Business Hub located at 200 West Main Street in downtown Clarksburg. He will be responsible for representing the Secretary of   more

West Virginia University College of Law Professors Fought to Disclose Opioid Pill Data
MORGANTOWN, West Virginia, July 23 -- West Virginia University issued the following story: Two professors at West Virginia University College of Law helped to secure the recent release of data that is shedding light on the national distribution of opioids. Patrick McGinley and Suzanne Weise represented pro bono the Charleston (West Virginia) Gazette-Mail and its parent company, HD Media, in a year-long federal court legal battle to force the public release of government information identifyin  more