Campbells Face Multiple Charges In North Carolina

By Ashley Adkins

Edward and Eric Campbell, the father and son duo who have been charged with attempted homicide and malicious assault in Greenbrier County in connection with a police shootout on New Year's Day, now face eight additional charges in Granville County, NC.

Read more in the Monday, January 12, 2015, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Presentation Set For Parents of Children With Special Needs

Greenbrier County Schools Office of Special Education Parent Resource Center will present an informational program for parents of children with special needs on Thursday, January 15, from 1:15-2:15 PM.

Read more in the Monday, January 12, 2015, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Lewisburg PD Officers To Return To Duty Monday

The three Lewisburg Police Officers who were involved in a New Year's Day shootout will be returning to duty on Monday, January 12. Lt. Jeromy Dove, Cpl. Mike Arbaugh and Patrolman Nicholas Sams have been on administrative leave since the incident.

Read more in the Friday, January 9, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

The Citizen's Party Nominates Manchester, Lutz and White

By Sarah Richardson

A Citizen's Party Nominating Convention was held on January 6 at Lewisburg City Hall. The purpose of the convention was to propose candidates for the 2015 Municipal Election on June 9.

Read more in the Friday, January 9, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Public Meeting Set On Proposed US 219 Underpass

West Virginia Division of Highways, along with the State Fair of West Virginia, will hold an informational workshop public meeting on Wednesday, January 14, in the West Virginia University Building at the State Fair of West Virginia. The purpose of this meeting is to update the public on the proposed pedestrian underpass to be constructed under U.S. Route 219 South.

Read more in the Friday, January 9, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Walkin' Man Nears End Of 5th Walk To Support Terminally Ill Children

By Ashley Adkins

More than seven years ago, Steve Young took one step out of his front door in southern Virginia to begin an awareness walk for Victory Junction, a camp for sick and terminally ill children. Five walks, 42 states and 25,000 miles later, 58-year-old Young shows no signs of slowing down.

Read more in the Friday, January 9, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

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