Breaking a sweat — and new ground for physical activity across West Virginia
Former WVU student Sarah Melanson runs on the Rail Trail, which stretches through Marion, Monongalia and Preston counties. The eastern end of trail will soon extend to Reedsville in Preston County as part to a grant from Take Back Our Health WV, a project spearheaded by the WVU College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences. (WVU Photo/ Raymond Thompson Jr.)

Breaking a sweat — and new ground for physical activity across West Virginia

From Wheeling to Williamson, West Virginians will gain new and improved options to get active with a leisurely stroll or bicycle ride, thanks to a statewide project involving West Virginia…

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Glenville State Sorority Volunteers at Local Humane Society
Members of the Glenville State College sorority Chi Zeta Pi who visited the Ritchie County Humane Society for a community service outing; (l-r) Dezarae Detamore, Kimmy Little, Miranda Hinkle, Kayla Hall, Brooke Spencer, Faith Norris, Macy Rush, and Christina Frazier (not pictured Raeann Sickles)

Glenville State Sorority Volunteers at Local Humane Society

GLENVILLE, WV - Several members of a Glenville State College sorority recently visited the Ritchie County Humane Society as part of a community service outing. Members of the Chi Zeta…

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