Ronceverte City Council Approves Senate Bill 245 Agreement

By Cordia Lucas

Ronceverte City Council approved a Senate Bill 245 grant agreement, which totals $9,241,886.62, on Monday that will help fund the city's new wastewater treatment plant. The new plant has an estimated construction cost of $27,660,468. The funds will be closed on by October 15.

Read more in the Friday, October 10, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Early Voting Begins October 22 In County

Early voting will begin at the county clerk's office on Wednesday, October 22, through Saturday, November 1. Hours will be Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM-4:30 PM and two Saturdays, October 25 and November 1, from 9 AM-5 PM.

Read more in the Friday, October 10, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Ronceverte City Council Adopts Comprehensive Plan After 6-1 Vote

By Cordia Lucas

Ronceverte City Council adopted a new Comprehensive Plan after a 6-1 vote Monday evening. The Comprehensive Plan, developed by Terrell Ellis & Associates out of Charleston, will erve as a guide for the city through the next 10 years.

Read more in the Thursday, October 9, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Police Make Two-For-One Arrest In Rainelle

By Ashley Adkins

Rainelle police made a "two-for-one" arrest on Wednesday, according to Rainelle Police Chief J.P. Stevens. Stevens said police had obtained warrants for the arrest of Daniel "Brutus" Hiser, who is alleged to be responsible for the recent string of chestnut wood thefts around Rainelle, following tips from several local saw mills and processing plants that had been sold the stolen wood by a friend of Hiser's.

Read more in the Thursday, October 9, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Fire Prevention Week Observed In County

By Emilee White

Firefighters in Greenbrier County use Fire Prevention Week as a time to educate the youth on fire safety. This year fire prevention was celebrated October 5 through October 11.

Read more in the Thursday, October 9, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Spangler Walks Across Finish Line In Walk To End Alzheimer's

Mac Spangler, a resident of The Brier Rehabilitation & Nursing Center in Ronceverte, said he wanted to participate in the Walk to End Alzheimer's, held September 27. Even though he usually uses a wheelchair, Spangler stated that he was going to walk across the finish line. With the help of his grandchildren, that's exactly what he did.

Read more in the Thursday, October 9, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

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