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We’re excited to announce the launch of a brand new program at The Hub! Downtown Appalachia: Revitalizing Recreation Economies (DARRE) is a three-year initiative to build local economies in West Virginia.
The Hub’s Executive Director, Stephanie Tyree, was one of five national leaders who participated in a public roundtable discussion hosted by Secretary of Energy, Jennifer M. Granholm.
September 11 National Day of Service and Remembrance (9/11 Day), is a chance to help others in tribute to those killed and injured on September 11, 2001, first responders, and the countless others who serve to defend the nation’s freedom at home and around the globe.
The WV Community Development Hub is thrilled to announce the inaugural cohort of the Advanced Track of our Community Coaching Fellowship Program!
Meadow River Valley will construct a picnic shelter made from refurbished barn wood similar to this shelter in White Sulphur Springs (Photo via Meadow River
BY TAYLOR BENNETT, DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY-BASED POLICY This year, West Virginia became one of only a handful of states that have made their State Historic
We at The Hub are thrilled to announce the newest addition to our Executive Leadership Team, Katie Loudin.
The Small Communities, BIG Solutions Conference Awards Selection Committee is now seeking nominations of real southern West Virginia success stories.
Advantage Valley, a nonprofit economic development organization based in West Virginia’s Metro Valley, announced its second awarded $50,000 loan through its FASTER WV Program to Clay County business Sugar Bottom Farm, and proprietors Eric and Mary Grandon.