Painting Project Begins

Neon green cones lined Washington Street in downtown Lewisburg this morning, signifying day one of the city's parking space painting activity.

Read more in the Monday, June 2, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Heritage Award Nomination Deadline Approaching

The deadline is approaching for the ninth annual Farming Heritage Award offered by the State Fair of West Virginia and the West Virginia Farm Bureau. Entries must be in the State Fair office by 4:30 PM on Tuesday, June 3.

Read more in the Monday, June 2, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Children Removed From Home

By Robin Zimmerman

Two children were removed from a home on Unus Road in Lewisburg after an arrest on May 28. Angela Dawn Tucker, 32, was arrested on charges of child neglect resulting in injury and possession of a controlled substance.

Read more in the Friday, May 30, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Ladies' Sewing Group Makes Dolls For Children In Times Of Turmoil

By Robin Zimmerman

"Hello, my name is Butch. I was made to give you faith, love, hope, joy and comfort during this special time." These words are written on a tag attached to Butch, a stuffed doll made by current and past residents at The Seasons in Lewisburg.

Read more in the Friday, May 30, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Fall Wellness Retreat To Focus On Women's Health

By Cordia Lucas

In the past year, the prevalence of obesity increased from 32.4 percent to 33.8 percent of adults in the state of West Virginia. The Greater Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce is partnering with the WVU Center of Excellence in Women's Health to offer any and all women in the chamber to attend or become a sponsor for the fourth annual Women on Wellness Retreat coming up at the Rainelle Elementary School in November to address and offer ways to change these statistics in women.

Read more in the Friday, May 30, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

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