Fr. Carley is a great priest. I attended his Mass in Ohio for a short while when I was living there. I later asked Bishop Williamson about Fr. Carley who he met decades ago and he responded "Well, Fr. Carley has certainly held his portion of the line".
I was privileged to assist at Fr Carley's Mass when he used to come to the fire station at Cross Lanes WV (suburban Charleston), I was traveling through the area, and arranged my travel plans so as to stay at Cross Lanes overnight. IIRC he came down once a month. Wheeling-Charleston has historically been a very troubled diocese, much shenanigans going on, the Bishop Bransfield thing and whatnot. One thing that W-C has going for it, they are largely funded by a huge oil field inheritance from a benefactor in Texas, enables them to fund parishes that would otherwise be very strapped for cash. Aside from the Eastern Panhandle (exurban Washington DC), and to a lesser extent Morgantown and (even less) Charleston, it's a very poor state, but, Deo gratias
"red", with a quiet dignity about it.
The chopped steak sandwich (submarine, hoagie, grinder, whatever) from Gino's Pizza is one of the best things you will ever eat in your life, if you're into that kind of thing. It's not a cheesesteak, it's basically a cheeseburger sub, but what a sub it is!