CHARLESTON, W.V. (AP) - The Capitol Food Court has reopened with a new vendor and new offerings that include a sandwich named in honor of state Secretary of Education and the Arts Kay Goodwin.
The Goodwin Grilled Cheese is one of the facility's "Grab-N-Go" sandwiches.
Last month, state officials chose the Division of Rehabilitation Services' Randolph-Sheppard Program to operate the 300-seat food court in the Capitol basement. Randolph-Sheppard manager Candice Ward tells the Charleston Daily Mail that Goodwin is highly supportive of the division and the program.
The food court also offers newspapers, mints, candy bars and other items that previously weren't available. Food court manager Terry Arthur says he wants patrons to think of the facility as a place where they can relax or do business.
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