8 W.Va. community projects receive state funding
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Eight community projects in West Virginia are being funded by state grants totaling $77,800.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin announced the funding Monday from the Growing Healthy Communities Grant Program.
The funding is for community gardens, farmers markets, local walking programs and a store featuring locally produced food.
The projects are in Beverly, Kingwood, Mannington, Morgantown, Romney, Ronceverte, Sutton and Wheeling.
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