White Sulphur Springs Police Advise Residents To Lock Vehicles, Hide Valuables

By Ashley Adkins

White Sulphur Springs Assistant Police Chief Jerry Smith is advising residents to take extra care when parking or leaving their vehicles unattended for any length of time. As of Wednesday afternoon, Smith said he had received reports that cash had been stolen from six vehicles in the White Sulphur Springs area.

Read more in the Thursday, December 11, edition of the West Virginia Daily News

Spartans Men's Basketball Opens Up 2014-15 With A Victory

By Brandon Baker

The post Rondale Watson and Obi Romeo era started this past Tuesday night, December 9, when the Greenbrier East Spartans basketball team took the floor for the first time this year against the Sherman Tide.

Read more in the Thursday, December 11, edition of the West Virginia Daily News

White Sulphur Springs Holds December Council Meeting

By Ashley Adkins

Mayor Lloyd Haynes read the city's financial statements during the White Sulphur Springs City Council meeting Monday, December 8, reporting a positive balance of $5,747.17.

Read more in the Thursday, December 11, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Crawley Man Arrested On Multiple Charges

By Sarah Richardson

A man from Crawley was arrested last week and charged with six misdemeanors and one felony charge. Johnny Carl Dotson, 39, was taken into custody after being pulled over by Cpl. W.K. Nester on December 2.

Read more in the Tuesday, December 9, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

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