Energy company repairs roads in West Virginia

The Herald-Star reports that Chesapeake Energy is spending between $60 and $70 million to resurface 83 miles of roads in West Virginia's Northern Panhandle. The roads, which the company uses regularly, were not "scheduled for resurfacing by the highway department anytime soon," the article said. All of the scheduled projects are either completed or in progress. For more details on this story, read the full article here.


Global, West Virginia