Disaster Case Manager Provides Hope for Flood Displaced White Sulphur Homeowner

By Theresa Flerx

It's been nearly 10 months since a catastrophic flood disrupted and devastated many residents of the Greenbrier Valley, washing away precious loved ones and cherished possessions. While flood survivors continue to heal, people from near and far have traveled to the area to assist in the rebuilding effort.

Read more in the Tuesday, April 25, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

String of Break-Ins Reported in Ronceverte

By Cordia Lucas

The city of Ronceverte is experiencing a string of vehicle break-ins, according to Chief of Police Rusty Byer. Byer noted that witnesses disclosed seeing two or three individuals peering in car windows toward the end of last week.

Read more in the Tuesday, April 25, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Tony Caridi Bringing Voice and New Book to Greenbrier County

By Brandon Baker
Upon hearing the name Tony Caridi, most people instantly think West Virginia University football and basketball play-by-play announcing. Caridi is also the host of the statewide sports-line radio show that airs every night at 6 PM throughout the state of West Virginia.

Read more in the the Monday, April 24, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Airport Holds All-Hands-On-Deck Drill To Prepare For Major Aviation Disaster

By Ashley Adkins

First responders and law enforcement from as far away as Monroe County descended on the Greenbrier Valley Airport Thursday, April 20. Upon their arrival, they found the airport's own fire crews busy extinguishing a faux fuel spill and the bodies of students from area high schools strewn on the air field.

Read more in the Friday, April 21, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Historical Society Opens Doors to the Oldest Homes in Monroe County

By Theresa Flerx

Monroe County travelers may have passed these structural treasures numerous times, but there will be a unique opportunity to actually step inside some of the spectacular homes and resorts scattered along pastoral highways to get a feel for the history that shaped this beautiful corner of the state.

Read more in the Thursday, April 20, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Three Lewisburg Residential Streets to See Test Run Speed Humps

By Theresa Flerx

In response to residents' complaints of speedingvehicles on several local streets, Lewisburg City Council agreed to further investigate the installation of speed 'humps' during its regular meeting on Tuesday, April 18.

Read more in the Wednesday, April 19, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

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