Professional ballerina opens new dance academy

Emily Tighe, former member of the Charleston Ballet and the Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet, has joined forces with Greenbrier Valley Fitness Center to bring classical dance training to the Greenbrier Area. Tighe has performed...

A refreshing way to do business

The Greater Greenbrier Valley welcomes a new business this August with the announcement of the offering of services by Refrigeration Recycling LLC. The company provides sales and services in the field of refrigeration, heating,...

Shirley Runyon appointed to New River Board of Governors

Governor Earl Ray Tomblin has appointed Shirley F. Runyon of Lewisburg to a three-year term on the Board of Governors of New River Community and Technical College. Runyon was sworn in at the board’s...

Tractor Supply hosts annual Pet Appreciation Week

Next week marks the third annual Pet Appreciation Week at Tractor Supply Company, an event celebrating pets and the joy they add to our lives. This year’s event will be held Aug. 14-18. Customers...

DSLCC Massage Therapy program head gains advanced credentials

Gloria L. Lawrence, head of the Massage Therapy program at Dabney S. Lancaster Community College, recently gained advanced credentials and also has been selected to participate in a national project to establish and regulate...

WV Chamber looking forward to 77th Annual Meeting and Business Summit

The West Virginia Chamber of Commerce is looking forward to the 77th Annual Meeting and Business Summit. As in years before, the event will be held in White Sulphur Springs, at The Greenbrier. The Chamber...

West Virginia Humanities Council announces grant deadline

The West Virginia Humanities Council, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, serves West Virginia through grants and direct programs in the humanities. The Humanities Council budgets more than $600,000 for...

Williamsburg’s McCoy Fort deconstructed for upcoming archeology work

For too long, the site of McCoy Fort was a sad one, with a falling down, monstrous barn which encased the pioneer home of William J. McCoy, who came to this area before 1770....

Greenbrier Valley Entrepreneur Project to impact economic growth

Creating a culture of Entrepreneurism in the Greenbrier Valley is the goal of Katie C. Ickes, working with Greenbrier Valley Economic Development in conjunction with New River Community and Technical College. Ickes began work...

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