Greenbrier County Commission To Address Financing For PSD #2

By Robin Zimmerman

Greenbrier County Commission will assemble for a regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, July 22. On the agenda is considering providing funding for the PSD #2 water project/infrastructure.

Read more in the Friday, July 18, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Kiosk Gone, New Space Appears For Lewisburg Residents To Enjoy

By Robin Zimmerman

A collaboration between City National Bank and the city of Lewisburg has opened additional space for Lewisburg residents and visitors to sit, relax and enjoy the tranquility of Lewisburg.

Read more in the Friday, July 18, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

 

Public Comment Period For Dangerous Wild Animal Act Runs Through August 1

By Robin Zimmerman

In lieu of a public hearing, public comment began July 2 on rules establishing guidelines for the Dangerous Wild Animals Act. West Virginia Legislature passed West Virginia House Bill 4393, which prohibits the private possession of dangerous wild animals, creating a Dangerous Wild Animal Board that has been tasked with determing which animals will be included on the list. The board is also charged with establishing caging requirements and fees. Public comment will continue through August 1 at 12 PM.

Read more in the Thursday, July 17, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Anonymous 911 Call Leads To Lewisburg Meth Bust

By Robin Zimmerman

William Thad Burns, 29, of Lewisburg was arrested Sunday, July 13, on charges of operating a clandestine drug laboratory.

Read more in the Thursday, July 17, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Route 219 Car Accident Sends One To GVMC

By Cordia Lucas

A one-vehicle accident occurred Wednesday, July 16, at approximately 1:46 PM, according to non-emergency 911 officials.

Read more in the Thursday, July 17, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Photographs Of Greenbrier County Farms Hung In Hall Of Farms

The Greenbrier County Farmland Protection Board Project Manager Bob Martin, with the assistance of Greenbrier County employees Jeff Dillion and Kelly Banton, recently hung framed photographs of Greenbrier County farms in the Farmland Protection program in the courthouse hall leading to the deed room - The Hall of Farms.

 

Read more in the Thursday, July 17, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

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