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Find a hole and plug it up

Earlier this week, a crack appeared in the pavement in Stratton Alley behind City Hall. When city crews broke through the asphalt, they found a 15-foot-deep sinkhole, directly under the city’s property line, exposing...

Tending The Graveyard

Susan Harkness regularly spends time in the cemetery next to Old Stone Church in Lewisburg cleaning headstones. On Tuesday, she was joined by her son Blair, visiting from Asheville, NC, with his twin daughters...

New Orleans Saints help resurrect park that was floored by flood

By John DeShazier Senior Writer NewOrleansSaints.com The feel was far from ceremonial, the action more reminiscent of a dead-out sprint than a get-the-blood-flowing jog. Virtually, from the time New Orleans Saints coaches and players stepped off the buses...

WV team leaves flooding behind, wins World Series title

By Marty Gordon More than two weeks after flood waters ravaged southern West Virginia, several young men from the devastated area found solace in a Christiansburg baseball tournament. The Southern West Virginia travel team played...

Hangin’ in there

  Ryker Kelley, 4, from Ronceverte, uses a tree exactly as a tree was meant to be used, Tuesday evening, at Dorie Miller Park in Lewisburg. (Mark Robinson photo)

Double Trouble

Two lambs stay close to their mother, on Brownstown Road. (Mark Robinson photo)

Rains flood Greenbrier County

  Torrential rains caused flooding throughout Greenbrier County on Thursday including in White Sulphur Springs. Pictured is a partially submerged vehicle at the Battlefield Crossing shopping center at the junction of routes 60 and 92....

New pavilion at WV Fairgrounds

The West Virginia State Fairgrounds will have new amenity for fair-goers this year, a high-level seating area pavilion now under construction, viewable from 219 south. Additionally, where there was once a parking lot in...