The Library as Family Tradition: Lifelong patron passes love of books to daughters

The Year of the Patron Maddie and Quinn Barker bounce happily through the children’s section of the Greenbrier County Public Library, picking out chapter books and picture books as though they were the most delectable...

Williamburg CEOS Club enjoys Christmas luncheon

The Williamsburg CEOS met for a Christmas luncheon on Dec. 13 at the Renick Community Center. Cassandria Perkins planned the gathering that was attended by members Virginia Hanna, Cassandria Perkins, Blanche Knicely, Loretta Shirley, Laura...

Republican Club holds January meeting

The Greenbrier County Republicans held its monthly meeting on Jan. 5 at the Greenbrier County Courthouse with 18 members in attendance in spite of the snowy, cold weather. Delegate George “Boogie” Ambler gave a report...

DAR collects items for VA Medical Center in Beckley

Responding to the needs of the veterans at the VA Medical Center in Beckley, the Lewisburg General Andrew Lewis Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution collected personal items and toiletries...

Throttle Throbs scholarships due

The year 2016 was a challenging year for the Throttle Throbs Car club. The weather just didn’t want to cooperate with the club’s plans. With the help of our sponsors, including the Edgewood Presbyterian Church...

Gardening program to be held in Hillsboro

High Rocks is looking for families and individuals who are excited about gardening and want to be part of a year-long program to increase production and improve the quality of their produce. All are...
Willa and Pat Izzo

Izzos earn Community Service Award

Shepherd’s Center Greenbrier Valley has announced their 2017 recipients of the Community Service Award. This year’s award goes to Willa and Pat Izzo. For many years they have given of their time and talents to...

HospiceCare Love Light Tree honors loved ones

HospiceCare has found their Love Light Tree to be a comforting way for people to honor their loved ones who have fought or are currently fighting a terminal illness during the holiday season. The Greenbrier...

Chicken Scratch Embroidery Part 1 class offered at Ronceverte Library

On Tuesday, Jan. 10, from 5-7 p.m. the Ronceverte Public Library will offer an Embroidery Class teaching the basics of “Chicken Scratches.” Although the class itself is free, there will be a fee of $10...

‘Lies: Based on True Stories,’ a tale set in Civil War times

Local author Courtney Smith’s debut novel, Lies: Based on True Stories, a story set in Greenbrier County during the Civil War, has been published by Quarrier Press of Charleston and is available for purchase...
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