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  1. SPOTLIGHT: What's Next, St. Albans?

    In the town of St. Albans, Kanawha County, the local Chamber of Commerce has hosted two  What’s Next discussions in the wake of a violent crime that shook up the community and inspired a desire for change and improvement. A...

    [email protected] - 12/23/2014 - 23:19

  2. SPOTLIGHT: What's Next, Huntington?—A Connected Economy

    Listening to the ideas and insights that tumble out when J. Deacon Stone of Coalfield Development Corp. speaks about his home state of West Virginia, it’s hard not to be inspired. ...

    [email protected] - 03/13/2015 - 14:42

  3. SPOTLIGHT: What's Next, Clay County?

    Early one morning this past January, two Clay County school busses pulled up at the state capitol complex in Charleston. Inside were members of the group “What’s Next, Clay County?”, one of twenty-five communities across the state that is...

    [email protected] - 04/05/2017 - 17:53

  4. SPOTLIGHT: What's Next, Clay County?

    The Clay County Business Development Authority, a grassroots group committed to community and economic development, has taken the lead in convening three well-attended What’s Next meetings in the town of Clay. Outreach for the...

    [email protected] - 12/23/2014 - 20:56

  5. SPOTLIGHT: What's Next, Huntington?—A Place People Want to Be

    Valerie Bandell may have just recently moved to Huntington, WV, but it didn’t take her long to get involved in its vibrant community life. She’s a member of the planning team for “What’s Next, Huntington?”, which recently hosted two large...

    [email protected] - 03/13/2015 - 14:50

  6. SPOTLIGHT: What's Next, Upshur County?

    Upshur County's  What's Next  planning team includes people of diverse ages and geographic locations whose experience levels vary—the executive director of the local development authority and a professor at WV Wesleyan sit...

    [email protected] - 12/23/2014 - 21:21

  7. SPOTLIGHT: What's Next, Huntington?—Education Is "Our Heart and Soul"

    It may be cliché, but it's true: young people are the future of West Virginia. That’s why it’s so important that they be included in conversations about the economic future of our state. And so we were excited to see so many high schoolers...

    [email protected] - 03/13/2015 - 15:18