Drill cuttings could be brought back to area
If Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin calls a special session to address legislation that did not make it through the recently completed regular legislative session, local lawmakers expect the so-called Drill Cuttings bill to be on the special session's agenda.
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Sun Mar 09, 2014
Little-known W.Va. state park holds foggy mystique, eerie charm
The Beartown rocks are very cool and maybe a little surreal. What you will find is a puzzling but intriguing network of overhanging sandstone cliffs, deep crevasses and massive boulders.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Travel notes: March 9, 2014
PICKENS, W.Va. - As maple farmers across the state work to turn their maple sap to syrup, the 29th West Virginia Maple Syrup Festival gets underway March 15 and 16 in Pickens, W.Va.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
West Virginia Metro
Greenbrier's Justice seeks tax break in regular session's final hours
Greenbrier Resort owner Jim Justice hopes state lawmakers award him a tax credit for three projects he's planning adjacent to his historic resort in Greenbrier County.
Greenbrier County receives $33,120 in grant funds
Representatives from three Greenbrier County agencies were presented with grant funds by Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin in a ceremony held in the Capitol reception room in Charleston on Mar. 5. On hand as recipient for a $12,470 grant from the Records Management and Preservation Board Funds was Greenbrier County Clerk Robin Loudermilk.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
W.Va. maple syrup, from tree to table
"He who boils while the sluggard sleeps has maple syrup to sell and keep." -- Lloyd Stevens, Fisher Mountain Maple Syrup CHARLESTON, W.Va.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Public transportation re-routes for Greenbrier County
The City of Rainelle received full support from the county at Tuesday's county commission meeting.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
The Miami Herald
W. Va.'s Beartown State Park rocks with sandstone cliffs, boulders, crevasses
What you will find is a puzzling but intriguing network of overhanging sandstone cliffs, deep crevasses and massive boulders.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
'Best of The Greenbrier Valley' contest launched
The Greenbrier County Convention and Visitors Bureau is seeking votes for the "Best of the Greenbrier Valley" contest, now through April 4. People are invited to cast their votes for their favorite Greenbrier Valley attraction, lodging property, retail shop, restaurant and event.