On this West Virginia Morning, it’s been a year since the Paloma Crisis Stabilization and Detox Center opened in Martinsburg. The facility offers in-patient, or overnight services for people suffering from substance use disorder. As Liz McCormick reports, the launch of the new facility hit some bumps in the beginning, but it’s remained open and helps many find recovery.
Also on today’s show, a private university in the Northern Panhandle has hired a new president. Wheeling University says in a statement that Ginny Favede will become its 13th president. She has served as chairwoman of the university’s Board of Trustees since July. Glynis Board reports.
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