The Conference takes place Sept. 7-8 at the Charleston Marriott Town Center. Highlights include pre-conference workshops, expert panels on revitalization strategies and the Central Appalachian Regional Brownfields Conference.
The WVHDF is partnering with NBAC, the Hub, and WVU Land Use Clinic to provide technical assistance to communities to successfully apply for the PRI loan and to execute an abandoned and dilapidated building program in their communities.
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.
Last week, the City of Kingwood was given an outstanding honor from the West Virginia Department of Environment Protection. At the 2016 Environmental Awards, which honor the initiatives of organizatio...[Read More]
Register by August 5 to receive the early bird rate
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Early bird registration is now open for the 2016 #WVBrownfields Conference. The event, hosted by the West Virginia Brownf...[Read More]
BDC Board Chairman Announces $600,000 USEPA Coalition Grant Award to Brooke-Hancock-Jefferson countiesand two clean-up grant awards ($158,500) in Weirton
The Business Development Corporation of the...[Read More]
West Virginia University students studying within the new John D. Rockefeller IV School of Policy and Politics now have the opportunity to earn a scholarship also bearing the former U.S. Senator’s nam...[Read More]
CHESTER, W.Va. — Job opportunities are on the horizon in Hancock County.
The Business Development Corporation (BDC) has a new contractor for a project that's been in the works since 2011.
NEW CUMBERLAND, W.Va. — New Cumberland city officials are presenting a redevelopment plan that would affect the entire city.
If you've been to downtown New Cumberland, you've probably noticed v...[Read More]