New recycling bin in Rainelle

Greenbrier Recycling Center’s Bob Bennett delivers a new recycling bin to Rainelle’s Mayor Andrea Pendleton. The new bin will provide newspaper and magazine recycling availability for Rainelle. The money for the new bin was awarded by a Solid Waste Management Grant. The bin is located at City Hall. It is very important for the success of this recycling project that citizens put only newspaper in the newspaper slot and only magazines in the magazine slot.

Greenbrier Recycling Center’s Bob Bennett delivers a new recycling bin to Rainelle’s Mayor Andrea Pendleton. The new bin will provide newspaper and magazine recycling availability for Rainelle. The money for the new bin was awarded by a Solid Waste Management Grant. The bin is located at City Hall. It is very important for the success of this recycling More...

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By admin On Friday, May 15th, 2015

Greenbrier Valley residents explore viability of a continuing care retirement community in Greenbrier County

A special committee has been formed to explore the viability of building a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) in Greenbrier County. The Committee was formed to gather information about a CCRC and opinions More...

By admin On Friday, May 15th, 2015

US 219 South closed for construction of pedestrian underpass in Fairlea

West Virginia Division of Highways (WVDOH) announces that US 219 South will be closing, near the State Fairgrounds in Fairlea, according to Greg Hylton, district nine construction engineer. This section of roadway More...

By admin On Friday, May 15th, 2015

Avian influenza concerns halt poultry exhibits at two WV fairs

Live poultry will have to stay home from this year’s State Fair of West Virginia and the Tri-County Fair because of concerns that the avian influenza (AI) that has affected much of the United States might be spread More...

By admin On Friday, May 15th, 2015

Greenbrier County CVB announces ‘Best of the Greenbrier Valley’ winners

  The Greenbrier County Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) celebrated National Tourism Week by announcing the third annual “Best of the Greenbrier Valley” winners at an awards reception on May 7. National More...

By admin On Friday, May 15th, 2015

Join community effort to help build a business through Valley Ventures Entrepreneur Cafe

“One of the marvelous things about community is that it enables us to welcome and help people in a way we couldn’t as individuals,” wrote Jean Vanier, author of Community and Growth. The greater community More...

By admin On Friday, May 15th, 2015

LewisGale Hospitals rated among nation’s best for patient safety

All four LewisGale hospitals received top grades for patient safety in Leapfrog’s Spring 2015 Hospital Safety Scores. The hospitals were graded on how well they protected patients from preventable medical errors, More...

Wiseman’s Floral’s workshop is full of fresh flowers ready to be turned into Mother’s Day bouquets.
By admin On Friday, May 8th, 2015

Wiseman’s Floral delivery service may help keep long-time business open

By Sarah Mansheim Beverly Boswell has owned and operated Wiseman’s Floral in Ronceverte for 11 years, and is hoping that her small shop can keep going. Tucked back into a space in the Lion’s Club building next More...

By admin On Friday, May 8th, 2015

Power Lunch provided by Chamber of Commerce

Bring a bagged lunch and come out and see how your business can take advantage of On-The-Job-Training (OJT) through the Region I Workforce Investment Board. Representatives will be on hand Wednesday, May 13 from 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...