MARTINSBURG, W.Va. (WSAZ & AP) -- Budget cuts are forcing the state to close some of its Aging and Disability Resource Centers.

The centers help seniors and residents with disabilities find and apply for services and resources to help them live independently.

Bureau of Senior Services says that centers in Petersburg, Fairmont, Charleston and Princeton will remain open. The agency will close centers in Wheeling, Parkersburg, Milton, Lewisburg, Martinsburg and Dunbar.

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