On this week's episode of Mountain Stage, you'll hear two premier West Virginia arts and culture organizations join forces for an epic show combining orchestral and pop tunes.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
In a continuing effort to improve conditions for West Virginia’s most vulnerable citizens, pay rates are increasing for agencies that help with state foster care programs.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Earlier this month, Michele Blatt became the West Virginia superintendent of schools following the retirement of David Roach in June. She is the third person to hold the position in less than two years. Chris Schulz caught up with the superintendent at the INVEST Conference in Morgantown earlier this week to discuss her new position.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Mission West Virginia and the West Virginia Department and Health and Human Resources (DHHR) have partnered to electronically publish a quarterly newsletter for families called West Virginia Kids Thrive.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
House Bill 4344 was intended to better support and protect more than 7,000 of West Virginia’s most vulnerable children. Late on the final day of the legislative season, a greatly amended version of the bill passed by the Senate went to the House. But, time ran out before Delegates could concur or reject the bill. The bill diedContinue Reading Take Me to More News
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