Under a relocation and consolidation plan, approved in March by the Nicholas County Board of Education, students would have to travel nearly 30 miles, over curvy mountain roads, to a complex of five schools in Summersville because Federal Emergency Management Agency funding does not require damaged facilities to be rebuilt in the same place – or even the same community.The funding comes through a pilot program created after Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast in 2012.If there was any distinction between toun (fortified municipality) and burgh (unfortified municipality) as claimed by some, it did not last in practice as burghs and touns developed.
Original planners were of the opinion that it would never grow beyond its original square mile (2.6 km²) layout (still known as "the Mile Square").The schools were damaged after nearly 9 inches of rain fell in a brief period across 12 West Virginia counties last June, killing 23 people.No one died in Richwood, but 80 homes were destroyed and 100 were damaged, said Richwood Mayor Bob Henry Baber.25, 2016 | Justin Weekes / For the Record-Journal St. Peter & Paul Catholic Church at 139 North Orchard St. The church is celebrating it's 90 year anniversary.Stanislaus church in Meriden, Friday, September 23, 2016. Stanislaus parish has the distinction of being the first Polish parish founded in the Archdiocese of Hartford. | Dave Zajac / Record-Journal Lifelong parishoner, Genevieve Horvath, 89, of Cheshire, stands in the sanctuary of SS.
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