The BAD Buildings Program was created through funding from the Benedum Foundation to help address West Virginia's abandoned and dilapidated buildings by providing technical assistance and site analysis tools.
Though West Virginia is known for its peaceful and serene country scenery, nestled in several of its mountains are communities fighting blighted and dilapidated structures that significantly damage th...[Read More]
Years ago the Mon River Valley was dotted with bustling communities filled with the soot and fire of the coal and coke era. Today, the residents of the towns along the Monongahela River are looking at...[Read More]
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The 2017 #WVBrownfields Conference, hosted by the West Virginia Brownfields Assistance Centers, will take place at the Erickson Alumni Center in Morgantown, W.Va. on
Sept. 12-14....[Read More]
SHINNSTON — The city of Shinnston plans to take down another building on Pike Street as part of their BAD buildings program.
The BAD (Brownfields, Abandoned, Dilapidated) buildings is a program the...[Read More]
LOST CREEK — The first in a series of community meetings on the future of Harrison County’s rail trails took place at the Lost Creek Community Building Tuesday evening.
The meeting, which was hoste...[Read More]
CLARKSBURG — Harrison Rail Trails, in cooperation with the Northern West Virginia Brownfields Assistance Center, is hosting a series of community meetings around Harrison County to discuss the future ...[Read More]