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The Mountain State has so much to offer its residents and visitors alike. Whether it's viewing breathtaking landscapes or meeting the friendly people, West Virginia is truly a great place to work, live and raise a family.
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As our nation's aging population grows, about 27,000 West Virginia Baby Boomers will turn 60 every year. The Bureau of Senior Services will continue to focus on the changing needs of older West Virginians and to lead the way with programs that promote health, dignity and independence.
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Monongalia County, located along the Pennsylvania border in the north central part of West Virginia. Morgantown (pop. 28,292) is the home to West Virginia University, the largest institution of higher education in the State with an annual enrollment of 26,051 students (Fall 2005); and is the medical, cultural, and commercial hub of the region. Daytime population estimates 70,000 in Morgantown.