Local Businessman Charged With Insurance Fraud After Falsely Reporting Emergency

By Ruth Caruthers

A Caldwell businessman has been charged with two counts of insurance fraud , one count of fraudualent schemes, and falsely reporting an emergency.

Ronald Cook, 62, allegedly called 911 to report a breaking and entering and vandalism at his place of business, R&D Towing, on February 26. West Virginia State Trooper M.T. Bynum responded.

Read more in the Tuesday, April 3, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Amtrak Discontinues Special Trains

By Ruth Caruthers

According to a press release sent from Amtrak Wednesday, March 28, special train events in West Virginia are in danger of disappearing.

"Generally, Amtrak will no longer operate charter service or special trains. These operations caused significant operational distraction, failed to capture fully allocated profitable margins and sometimes delayed our paying customers on our scheduled trains," the release reads.

Read more in the Tuesday, April 3, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Ronceverte City Council Welcomes Denna M. Pack As Newest Member

By Robert Bordelon

Amid the cherry blossom blooms, Ronceverte City Council met in their regular meeting and in executive session to conduct regular business and interview new potential councilmembers.

After interviews and deliberations in executive session, the council selected Deena M. Pack as its newest member. Pack was nominated to fill the seat of Bob Baker, who passed away in March.

Read more in the Tuesday, April 3, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

WSS WISH Center To Begin Computer Programming Classes

By Ruth Caruthers

The White Sulphur Springs WISH Center will begin hosting a computer programming club starting Wednesday, April 18, from 3:30-5p.m. at the WSS Library.

Children ages 9-14 are welcome to use computers to design stories, create and share animations, and learn how technology is used in the film and media industry.

Read more in the Monday, April 2, edition of The West Virgnia Daily News.

WV Daily News To Host 4th Annual Donation Drive For The Greenbrier Humane Society

By Ruth Caruthers

The WV Daily News is gearing up for the fouth annual Greenbrier County Humane Society Donation Drive for the month of April.

This drive is a way for the community to come together to support a local organization, and with past eyars being so successful, this year should blow them all away.

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

Greenbrier County Commission Signs

By Robert Bordelon

A special session of the Greenbrier County Commission saw the signing of a waterline expansion grant application on Friday, March 30, with a caveat.

The commission considered a request by Public Service District #2 to sign a Small Cities Block Grant application that would fund a waterline connecting sections of Rainelle to Charmco.

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

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