Greenbrier Public Service District Announces Sewer Line Extension

Greenbrier Public Service District No. 1 announces extensions to its public sewer system. Line extensions are planned to serve the residents in the areas of Echols Acres and Houfnaggle Road.

Read more in the Thursday, June 23, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Home Rule Could Allow Lewisburg to Implement 'Brunch Bill' Before November

By Theresa Flerx

With street fairs and festivals in mind, the Lewisburg City Council plans to apply for home rule status regarding the "brunch bill." In early May, Governor Earl Ray Tomblin signed into law what is commonly known as the brunch bill, which allows restaurants, private clubs and wineries to sell alcoholic beverages beginning at 10 AM on Sundays.

Read more in the Wednesday, June 22, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

PSC Hearing on Ronceverte's Water Rate Increase Set

By Cordia Lucas

The Public Service Commission of West Virginia will hold an evidentiary and public comment hearing today at 1:30 PM in Ronceverte City Hall in relation to an ordinance that would raise city water rates.

Read more in the Wednesday, June 22, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Proposed Mental Health Care Reform Will Help Families In Crisis

By Theresa Flerx

As West Virginians prepare for doomsday scenarios and apocalyptic events, very few are worried about a traumatic incident that is more likely to occur - a mental health crisis within the family. People rarely anticipate or plan for a condition, which statistics show is more prevalent in our homes than is typically acknowledged.

Read more in the Tuesday, June 21, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

'Water for Elephants' Author Coming to Lewisburg Literary Festival

Author Sara Gruen, whose 2006 bestseller "Water for Elephants" has been published in 43 countries and sold more than 10 million copies worldwide, will headline the 2016 Lewisburg Literary Festival. The Depression era novel is credited with focusing public attention on the mistreatment of circus animals, which eventually influenced the Ringling Brothers to discontinue elephant acts.

Read more in the Tuesday, June 21, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

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