Firefighters Receive One-Time Legislative Funding, EMS Gets Zero

Many counties cannot raise enough money to properly fund their Emergency Medical Services, even though the state has a $1.8 billion dollar budget surplus.  Most ambulance agencies are either non-profit or private entities that receive little, or no funding from state, county and local governments.

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Education Group Receives Grant To Combat HIV Outbreak In W.Va.

A West Virginia organization called Community Education Group was recently awarded $500,000 to combat the spread of HIV in the state. West Virginia is…

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