219 south ‘Hump’ completed!

The Hump

By Peggy Mackenzie The roadway over the newly constructed pedestrian underpass at the West Virginia Fairgrounds on 219 south is now navigable and traffic has resumed as usual. While the major part of the construction project is completed, more work is still ongoing, according to Steven Cole, district manager and engineer at the Division of Highways More...

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Lewisburg Mayor John Manchester (left) and Council members Beverly White and Joseph Lutz take the oath of office at Tuesday morning’s meeting.
By admin On Friday, July 3rd, 2015

Organizational session held by Lewisburg City Council reaffirms mayor’s role as city administrator

Lewisburg Mayor John Manchester (left) and Council members Beverly White and Joseph Lutz take the oath of office at Tuesday morning’s meeting. By Sarah Mansheim Greenbrier County Circuit Judge James Rowe donned More...

Newly elected council members Ted Humphreys (left), Larry Wakeford and Mark Gillespie, with reelected Recorder Peggy Bland, Judge James J. Rowe, re-elected Mayor Lloyd Haynes, and reelected council members Audrey Van Buren and George “GP” Parker. (Photo by Linda Coleman)
By admin On Friday, July 3rd, 2015

New council installed for City of White Sulphur Springs

Newly elected council members Ted Humphreys (left), Larry Wakeford and Mark Gillespie, with reelected Recorder Peggy Bland, Judge James J. Rowe, re-elected Mayor Lloyd Haynes, and reelected council members Audrey More...

X-Ray Room of Greenbrier Hospital 1929
By admin On Friday, July 3rd, 2015

Ronceverte physicians leaders of medicine for Greenbrier Valley

X-Ray Room of Greenbrier Hospital 1929 By Doug Hylton Part IV – Final Installment By 1930, Ronceverte had established itself as a vibrant industrial and commercial center. The population had grown to 2,254 More...

Steve Keadle and Michael Burke at retirement party
By admin On Friday, July 3rd, 2015

County Assessor Steve Keadle retires

Steve Keadle and Michael Burke at retirement party By Peggy Mackenzie The retirement party honoring Greenbrier County Assessor Steve Keadle was held in the main courtroom at the Greenbrier County Courthouse on Tuesday, More...

By admin On Friday, July 3rd, 2015

Lewisburg community clean-up day set in preparation for America in Bloom

The City of Lewisburg will come together for a community clean-up day on Monday, July 6, in preparation for its America in Bloom evaluation July 8-9. Lewisburg in Bloom committee members and volunteers will be on More...

By admin On Friday, July 3rd, 2015

VA-led consortium launches ‘brain bank’ for research on PTSD

A consortium led by the Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) National Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) has launched the first brain tissue biorepository (also known as a “brain bank”) – More...

By admin On Friday, July 3rd, 2015

Briefly… 07.04.15

Williamsburg Thrift Shop will be closed July 3 and July 4, but will resume its normal hours Fridays, July 10, 5-7 p.m. and Saturdays 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. weekly. The thrift shop is stocked full of clothes for More...

By admin On Friday, July 3rd, 2015

Greenbrier County 911 Weekly Snapshot

By Sarah Mansheim Last week, Greenbrier County 911 took 455 calls. Of note: Two hold-up alarms were reported: one on June 23 at 10:18 a.m. in Rupert and one on June 26 at 10:07 a.m. in Lewisburg. One animal control More...

Kim Estep, GVMC Marketing Director (left); Andrea Pendleton, Mayor of Rainelle and Rob Calhoun, GVMC CEO
By admin On Friday, July 3rd, 2015

Greenbrier Valley Medical Center provides flowers for City of Rainelle beautification project

Greenbrier Valley Medical Center assisted the city of Rainelle in their beautification efforts by sponsoring the hanging baskets and brackets for city lamp posts. The flowers are Red Angel Wing Begonias and will More...