West Virginia Week In Review - November 26, 2022


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Gov. Justice awards $1 million to West Virginia food banks for third year in a row
Gov. Justice presented ceremonial checks for $500,000 each during Tuesday's COVID-19 briefing to two West Virginia food banks: the Mountaineer Food Bank and the Facing Hunger Foodbank for the third year in a row.
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Free Holiday Music Performances by Puget Sound Co. at West Virginia Independence Hall and the Culture Center, Nov. 30 and Dec. 2
West Virginia Independence Hall in Wheeling and the Culture Center in Charleston will each host a holiday music performance by Seattle-based Puget Sound Company (PSC). PSC will perform at WVIH on Wednesday, Nov. 30, at 7:30 p.m. in the third-floor courtroom. The Culture Center will host PSC on Friday, Dec. 2, at 7 p.m. in the state theater. The hour-long event is free and open to all ages at both locations.
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WV 20 in Hinton reopen following WVDOH marathon bridge-building session
Engineers with the West Virginia Division of Highways have been hard at work designing a solution for a massive sinkhole impacting Route 20 in the Summers County town of Hinton, where bridge crews from several counties gathered this past weekend to erect a temporary bridge, which was open to traffic on Sunday, November 20.
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Also this week:

WVDOH flagger struck in Raleigh County; motorists are reminded to stay alert in work zones

WVDOH working to correct problems with Traffic Signals on US 219 near Lewisburg

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Jordan Damron, jordan.l.damron@wv.gov


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