Ahern signs to play with Concord

Greenbrier East High School senior Amy Ahern (center) signs a letter of intent to attend Concord University and play tennis next fall. She is joined by sister Anna Ahern (left), GEHS Athletic Director Ben Routson, mother Renee Ahern, father and GEHS tennis coach Norman Ahern and Principal Jeff Bryant. Photo and text by Sarah Mansheim

Greenbrier East High School senior Amy Ahern (center) signs a letter of intent to attend Concord University and play tennis next fall. She is joined by sister Anna Ahern (left), GEHS Athletic Director Ben Routson, mother Renee Ahern, father and GEHS tennis coach Norman Ahern and Principal Jeff Bryant. Photo and text by Sarah Mansheim  More...

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Members of Kermit’s Kabaret, December 2014, Micah Labishak (left), Kenny Wade Marshall, Kim Morgan Dean, Hannah McGinley, Jacob Thompson, Will Nash and Kermit Medsker, as Master of Ceremonies. (Photo courtesy Greenbrier Valley Theatre)
By admin On Friday, May 8th, 2015

Kermit’s Kabaret! A one-night extravaganza!

Greenbrier Valley Theatre (GVT), the State Professional Theatre of West Virginia is proud to present Kermit’s Kabaret: An Evening of Music and Laughter on Monday, May 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the Daywood Lobby of Greenbrier More...

Power of the Purse campaign coordinators present checks to local projects: Front Row: Lara Nunley, Lewisburg Methodist/Snacks in Packs (left); Sarah Ream Staunton, Power of the Purse; and Mike Dotson, EGMS soccer parent. (Not pictured: Molly McMillion, Greenbrier Valley Nursing Mothers) Back Row: Deva Wagner, POP campaign co-chair (left); Cindy Lavender-Bowe, United Way of Greenbrier Valley; Mary Baldwin, POP campaign co-chair; Monica Maxwell, Harmony Ridge Gallery; Shannon Rausenberger, POP campaign co-chair; and Katie Eads, POP campaign co-chair.
By admin On Friday, May 8th, 2015

One woman’s ‘small purse’ creates ‘big impact’

On Mar. 18, over 50 women gathered at Harmony Ridge Gallery in support of our community at the 2nd Annual United Way of Greenbrier Valley’s Power of the Purse. Thanks to the generosity of women in our community, More...

The home of Glen and Carol Jewell may be the oldest house in Lewisburg and is on the Greenbrier Historical Society’s “Levels of Legacy” Homes Tour.
By admin On Friday, May 8th, 2015

‘Levels of Legacy’ – Historic Home Tour

The Greenbrier Historical Society has announced its 2015 Tour of Historic Homes and Gardens to be held the weekend of June 12-14. With a theme of “Levels of Legacy,” this weekend of activities will highlight More...

Master Gardeners assist customers at annual plant sale
By admin On Friday, May 8th, 2015

Greenbrier Valley Master Gardeners Annual Plant Sale set for May 16

The Greenbrier Valley Master Gardeners will host the 11th annual plant sale at the WV State Fairgrounds on Saturday, May 16, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. It will take place at the picnic pavilion beside the demonstration More...

Hundreds of competitors braved a chilly, rainy, 40-degree morning to run, bike and paddle in the 29th Annual Great Greenbrier River Race
By admin On Friday, May 1st, 2015

Weather no problem for Greenbrier Race triathletes

By Geoff Hamill The Pocahontas Times Mountain Media Triathletes are tough people and it takes more than a little bit of rain and cold to dampen their spirits. Such was the case on Saturday as hundreds of competitors More...

Grand Opening
The Grand Opening 
of the Greenbrier Valley Brewing Company’s 
Tap Room last week 
drew a number of 
interested community 
members. The Tap Room 
is located at Airport 
Industrial Park in 
Maxwelton.
By admin On Friday, May 1st, 2015

Grand OpeningThe Grand Openingof the Greenbrier Valley Brewing Company’sTap Room last weekdrew a number ofinterested communitymembers. The Tap Roomis located at AirportIndustrial Park inMaxwelton.  More...

An “Open” sign hangs in front of Bella, the Corner Gourmet, a downtown Lewisburg shop that is celebrating five years in business this month. The Lewisburg Shopping District draws tourists from all over the region and is a large driver of local tourism. 
(Photo courtesy of Tamera Pence)
By admin On Friday, May 1st, 2015

As National Travel and Tourism Week is celebrated across the country, the Greenbrier Valley is gearing up for a full season

As National Travel and Tourism Week is celebrated across the country, the Greenbrier Valley is gearing up for a full season By Sarah Mansheim National Travel and Tourism Week begins on Saturday, May 2, and the industry More...

On Tuesday evening, Apr. 28, the 8th grade members of the Eastern Greenbrier Middle School golf team received golf instruction at The  Greenbrier Faldo Golf Center at The Greenbrier by Senior Golf Professional Instructor Billy Winters and Assistant Golf Professional Joey Hise. Front Row: Billy Winters (left), Philip Zambos, Joey Hise, Makayla Neely, Savannah Soucier, Kara Vaughan, Brett Napier, DeAndre Griffith, Wyatt Lewis and Garrett Vaughan; Back Row: Colin Wiley (left), Carrington McCray, Coach Mac Parks, Sam Jewell, Ryan Nuckoles and Coach Terry Koon.
By admin On Friday, May 1st, 2015

EGMS Eighth grade golf team receives instruction at The Greenbrier

On Tuesday evening, Apr. 28, the 8th grade members of the Eastern Greenbrier Middle School golf team received golf instruction at The Greenbrier Faldo Golf Center at The Greenbrier by Senior Golf Professional Instructor More...

EGMS 8th Grade Student Government students helped with food collection and organization. Front Row: Rhiannon Cohernour (left), Skyler McCallister, Brett Napier, Savannah Soucier and Gracie Cornelius; Back Row: Natalie Harper (left), Taylor Keeling, Emily Swann, Kara Vaughan, Edwin Coffman and Joey Daniels.
By admin On Friday, May 1st, 2015

EGMS Food Drive lifts hunger and spirit of community service

Students at Eastern Greenbrier Middle School recently demonstrated their community spirit, helping to fill local food banks with donations. A total of 4,384 items were added to book bags already filled with textbooks More...