Family Recipes, Water Trouble And 'Peerless City,' Inside Appalachia

This week on Inside Appalachia, a Virginia Tech researcher challenges deeply held ideas about the purity of natural springs. Also, we meet the folks behind Angelo's Old World Italian Sausage. They still use a family recipe that’s been handed down from generation to generation for over a century. Customers love it.

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W.Va. Italian Heritage Festival Prepares For Thousands Of Visitors

Since 1979, the colorful three day street festival has celebrated Italian culture and heritage in the Mountain State. In preparation for the event, blocks of streets are closed off to traffic to accommodate the thousands of visitors expected to pour into downtown Clarksburg over Labor Day weekend. 

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Keeping Teachers In The Classroom And An Italian Heritage Festival On This West Virginia Morning

On this West Virginia Morning, teaching is the career that all other careers are built on, but recently West Virginia has struggled to fill vacancies in classrooms. Chris Schulz continues our new radio series “Help Wanted: Understanding West Virginia’s Labor Force” by exploring the struggle to keep the state’s schools staffed.

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Italian Company Could Change the Way W.Va. Looks at Waste

Landfilling has been the main source of getting rid of waste for centuries. But a new technology coming to West Virginia may change how we think of waste…

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