Coalfield Development’s ACT Now Coalition chosen as finalist in EDA’s Build Back Better Regional Challenge
The coalition will compete for up to $100 million to supercharge the Appalachian economy.
Coalfield Development Labor Day Event Officially Kicks Off Fort Gay High School Revitalization Project
On Friday September 3 at 4:00 PM, leaders and team members from Coalfield along with representatives from the town of Fort Gay, Housing Authority of Wayne County, Wayne County Economic Development Authority and the Wayne County Community Services Organization will gather to celebrate the official start of the old High School’s renovation.
The National Endowment for the Arts has approved Coalfield Development, in partnership with the City of Huntington, for a grant in the amount of $100,000 through the Our Town Program.
Today, our CEO Brandon Dennison participated as a witness in a Congressional Committee hearing titled Jumpstarting Main Street: Bringing Jobs & Wealth Back to Forgotten America.
In just five short months, efforts to revitalize three historic buildings in downtown Matewan, West Virginia will be officially underway.