HUNTINGTON – ITT Technical Institute is another in a long list of for-profit schools that have lost their accreditation and had to close, leaving students in the lurch with college loans from a school that no longer exists.
MORGANTOWN – The West Virginia University College of Law ha scheduled a “Voices Behind Bars” event that will feature a dramatic reading of a book that explores the “moral implications” of the justice system.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS – While West Virginia no longer is on the list of Judicial Hellholes, the state still isn't out of the woods yet, according to attorneys who spoke at a recent state Chamber of Commerce event.
CHARLESTON – Sept. 7 is the deadline to submit applications for disaster loans through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) for the West Virginia floods that occurred June 22-29.
CHARLESTON – Affordability of bail for non-violent minor crimes is a priority for West Virginia Supreme Court Chief Justice Menis Ketchum in his new role as vice president of the Conference of Chief Justices.