Renick Town Council discusses agenda items

On Sept. 9, the Renick Town Council started with Mayor Patrick Roberts noting that the man cited for burning a brush pile and old home structure has voluntarily committed to performing a total of...

Greenbrier Hotel Corporation files suit against Sporting Club resident

By David Esteppe Harriet (Hatsy) Heep Shaffer is being sued by the Greenbrier Sporting Club after she was arrested by state police at the resort on Aug. 20. The criminal complaint filed by West Virginia State...

Fare thee well, Lovely Lady

  By Peggy Mackenzie A crowd of costumed friends gave one of Lewisburg’s most colorful residents, Eileen Kramer, a wonderful send-off at the Greenbrier Valley Airport Wednesday afternoon upon her departure for Australia. Garbed in attire...

Lewisburg man arrested on narcotics charges

Lewisburg Police arrested a local man on narcotics charges after executing a search warrant at his residence. Sidney Demond Coles, 39, of Lewisburg was charged late Thursday evening, Aug. 29, after the search. Officers...

Lawsuit involving photos taken at fatal UPS truck crash

By David Esteppe A lawsuit has been filed by the family of Jonathan Thomas, who died in a UPS truck accident in June 2012 after suffering from an allergic reaction to a bee sting. Angel Willis...

New River Gorge Bridge now listed on National Register of Historic Places

By Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin Whether you’ve driven across the New River Gorge Bridge, admired a photo of the iconic structure, walked the span during Bridge Day, or held a West Virginia quarter that bears...

Sinkhole appears in Lewisburg

A 10-foot deep sinkhole opened up at the backside of a Washington Street building after Thursday’s heavy downpour. It became clear to owner John Francis and City engineer Criss Haynes the volume of water...

Crime task force, upgrade to Courthouse facade on GCC agenda

By Peggy Mackenzie The Greenbrier County Commission met on Tuesday with a full agenda. Items on the agenda included: • County Prosecutor Patrick Via stated he and Sheriff Jan Cahill have long been in discussion about...

Saving an American icon … the drive-in movie theatre

By David Esteppe In less than three months, the majority of American drive-in theaters will face closure with the movie industry’s switch from film to digital. Upgrading to digital projection costs roughly $80,000. International company, Honda,...

Ronceverte plans for eco-sustainability

By Peggy Mackenzie A multi-phased sustainable planning initiative may transform Ronceverte into one of the greenest small towns in rural Appalachia. Downstream Strategies, an environmental consulting company headquartered in Morgantown, and stakeholders at the Ronceverte...
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