Lynn Brody Named Volunteer Of The Year

The city of Lewisburg announces that Lynn Brody has been selected as the recipient of the 2014 City of Lewisburg Volunteer of the Year designation. Brody was honored as the Volunteer of the Year and led the 2015 Shanghai Parade in Lewisburg on January 1.

Read more in the Thursday, January 8, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Ronceverte Citizen Proposes C&O Depot Centennial Celebration To Council

By Cordia Lucas

Ronceverte citizen and Ronceverte Development Corporation/Main Street 1882 Society President Kathy King addressed Ronceverte City Council Tuesday night to propose a centennial celebration for the C&O Depot to possibly take place during Labor Day weekend.

Read more in the Thursday, January 8, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Martin Luther King Jr. Week Proclaimed, March Announced

At a Lewisburg City Hall ceremony, members of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration Committee were in attendance as Mayor John Manchester proclaimed January 13-19, 2015, as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Week in Lewisburg.

Read more in the Thursday, January 8, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Rainelle Woman Arrested After Car Accident

By Sarah Richardson

A Rainelle woman is behind bars following a single vehicle accident. Mary E. Holliday, 28, is being charged with driving under the influence of a controlled substance, driving with a revoked license and possession of a controlled substance after police responded to the scene of a flipped vehicle.

Read more in the Wednesday, January 7, edition of the West Virginia Daily News

Campbell Ordered To Undergo Diagnostic Evaluation

By Sarah Richardson

Former Ronceverte Volunteer Fire Chief Jody Campbell pled guilty to conspiracy to commit embezzlement on Tuesday, October 28, 2014, and appeared in Greenbrier County court again on January 6, 2015, to be sentenced.

Read more in the Wednesday, January 7, edition of the West Virginia Daily News

Two Young Men Fulfill Lifelong Dream In West Virginia

By Ashley Adkins

Two young men battling life-threatening illnesses spent one of the last weeks of 2014 deep in the woods of West Virginia fulfilling a lifelong dream alongside a team of bear hunters and conservation agents from Greenbrier County.

Read more in the Wednesday, January 7, edition of the West Virginia Daily News

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