Lewisburg's Mystery Piano To Vanish Soon, Kiosk May Replace It

By Sarah Richardson

The mysterious stand up piano that appeared in downtown Lewisburg during the 2014 holidays is soon to disappear. According to Lewisburg Mayor John Manchester, the piano will not be around for much longer. Plans are in motion to erect a kisok in the spot where the piano currently resides.

Read more in the Wednesday, January 21, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Lewisburg MLK March Draws Large Crowd

By Sarah Richardson

The annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day commemorative march and celebration took place January 19 in downtown Lewisburg, and had a full crowd of participants. The theme of this year's celebration came from the last sentence of King's Nobel Peace Price acceptance speech, "the beauty of genuine brotherhood and peace is more precious than diamonds or silver or gold."

Read more in the Tuesday, January 20, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Woman Arrested For Allegedly Selling Child's Meds

By Sarah Richardson

A woman from Lewisburg is behind bars after allegedly selling a child's prescription medication to a police informant. Rebecca Lynn Snyder, 31, was arrested after Sgt. C.B. Baker with the Greenbrier County Sheriff's Department and Sgt. C.D. Kelly with the Greenbrier Valley Drug and Violent Crime Task Force arranged a meeting between Snyder a confidential informant to purchase Ritalin.

Read more in the Tuesday, January 20, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Alfredo's Robbery Suspect Turns Herself In To Sheriff's Department

By Ashley Adkins

After viewing a news broadcast showing the surveillance video of the woman suspected of robbing the new Alfredo's restaurant in Fairlea on January 10, Demi McQuain, 24, turned herself in to police.

Read more in the Monday, January 19, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Edward Campbell Returned to North Carolina

The Granville County Sheriff's Office returned Edward Campbell from West Virginia to North Carolina on January 16, 2015. Campbell has been charged with the following offenses: two counts of first-degree murder, first degree burgarly, robbery with a dangerous weapon, second degree arson, two counts of cruelty to animals, larceny of a motor vehicle, identity theft and financial card theft.

Read more in the Monday, January 19, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

BOE Welcomes Two Local Businesses As Partners In Education

By Ashley Adkins

The first meeting of the Greenbrier County Board of Education for 2015 began with wishing fellow board member Stephen Baldwin a happy birthday. The celebratory mood continued with a formal welcoming of TAG Studio and Aerospace Specialties as the two newest members of the West Virginia Education Alliance Partners in Education Program at Greenbrier East High School.

Read more in the Monday, January 19, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

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