Thunderstorms with gusty winds Wednesday – here’s what to expect
A line of thunderstorms will push through the region Wednesday. Some of those storms could produce gusty wind and locally heavy rainfall. Chief Meteorologist Joe Fitzwater has the latest on what to expect in your area in tonight's forecast.
Fayette County school bus crashes into ditch
POWELLTON, WV (LOOTPRESS) – First responders were on the scene of an apparent bus crash in the Fayette County area on Tuesday morning. According to the Armstrong Creek Fire Department, at 6:53 AM on Tuesday, a motor vehicle accident involving school bus was reported, initiating response from first responders. Upon making their way to the […]
Oak Hill man sentenced on Fentanyl, Tramodol charges
FAYETTEVILLE, WV (LOOTPRESS) – An Oak Hill man was sentenced in Fayette County Circuit Court this month to three-to-thirteen years in prison for crimes relating to the possession of prohibited substances with intent to deliver following investigations by the Oak Hill Police Department and Central West Virginia Regional Drug and Violent Crime Task Force. According […]
Mountaineer Food Bank Mobile Food Pantry distribution schedule
WEST VIRGINIA ( LOOTPRESS) – The Mountaineer Food Bank has released this week’s schedule for its Mobile Food Pantry. All distributions are scheduled to take place from 11:00am to 12:30 pm unless otherwise noted. 2/27/24-Fayette County: Heritage Center (“Old” Mt Hope HS) 2/28/24– Marion County: Palatine Park 2/28/24– Greenbrier County: Renick Park 2/29/24-Wyoming County: Old […]
🚧 Road Safety Restoration on Interstate 79 in Braxton County
The time displayed is local to the original X account in Charleston, West Virginia. The West Virginia Department of Highways District 7 heavy maintenance crews have recently conducted essential maintenance along Interstate 79 in Braxton County. This activity involved the removal of ditch line obstacles, including rocks and trees, which is crucial to re-establish the ditch flow line. The intention of this maintenance work is to restore the road to a safe condition for public use. Through these efforts, the WVDOH is committed to ensuring that the necessary infrastructure is maintained, thus promoting better safety for drivers traveling through the area. These kinds of maintenance operations are part of ongoing efforts to enhance road conditions and #SeeingResults is symbolic of the progress and tangible outcomes being witnessed by the community.
Greenbrier County Courthouse News 2-27-24
Suits Lendmark Financial Services of West Virginia, Inc. v. Angel Toro Reyes; United Bank v. Jessica H. Richards; Lendmark Financial Services of West Virginia, Inc. v. William H. White. Divorces Gregory Lee Goodale and Gail Hope Goodale; Frances Alice Smith-Mccloud and Charles Douglas Beard. Marriages Shay Marino Goff to Sara Rose McCarty; Robert Bradly Blevins […] The post Greenbrier County Courthouse News 2-27-24 appeared first on West Virginia Daily News.
Monument near Summersville, West Virginia, recalls beloved nanny goat
SUMMERSVILLE, W.Va. — A monument raised in memory of an escaped nanny goat is attracting the attention of motorists on US-19 in central West Virginia. The roadside curiosity stands along the four-lane expressway that crosses Powell Mountain, the second-highest summit the highway traverses between Florida and Pennsylvania. Anonymous benefactors...
Rupert Library to Hold Quilt Show
RUPERT W.Va. (WVDN) – The Rupert Public Library is having a Quilt Show and Reception the week of March 19–23. Quilters can bring their quilts in for display at the library from March 19 through 22. On March 23 they are having a reception beginning at 1 p.m. All those attending the reception can vote […] The post Rupert Library to Hold Quilt Show appeared first on West Virginia Daily News.
Local union Kroger workers to weigh possible strike
WEST VIRGINIA (WOAY) – Kroger workers who are members of UFCW Local 400 Union will vote whether or not to go on strike this week, potentially affecting locations throughout the WOAY viewing area. The vote comes as the union and Kroger are still in the midst of negotiations for...
Forgotten West Virginia tavern rediscovered in Greenbrier County
LEWISBURG, W.Va. — Once counted among the most gracious homes in the Greenbrier Valley, the historic Level Tavern on scenic US-219 is being rediscovered, thanks to its recent introduction to the real estate market. Built in 1830, the hewn-timber residence, renowned for its vast rooms, hosted travelers unnumbered but...
Greenbrier County Archers Showing Talent at Tournaments
UNION- Every weekend, with a bow and arrow in hand, they seem to impress. Greenbrier County Schools continued their ascension up the shooting ranks with a stellar performance at the Mountview Archery Tournament on Saturday, Feb. 24. Out of six elementary teams, Ronceverte placed third with a team score of 2617, Frankford took second place […] The post Greenbrier County Archers Showing Talent at Tournaments appeared first on West Virginia Daily News.
Highschool Basketball | 26 February Mountain View Christian Academy Girls Game Notice
The Mountain View Christian Academy Girls Basketball team will have a Non-conference game with New Life Christian Academy(Summersville, WV) on 26 February, 2024, 6:30 PM. Mountain View Christian AcademyNew Life Christian Academy.
Weather Rollercoaster: From Heavy Frost to Record Heat, Gusty Showers and Thunderstorms Ahead
• Snow accumulation of 1-3 inches is expected above 3,000 feet, ending by 7 p.m. today, with a possible dusting early Thursday. • A widespread hard frost is forecasted between 4-9 a.m. Sunday.
Basketball senior night!!!
So tonight the senior basketball players have a very important part of their season on 2-22-24, There are not too many seniors on the team so we will tell you who the cheerleader seniors are too. If your wondering you will have their numbers too. The senior nights are always very important for are school and they always want as many people as they can get to come out and support.
Music event for young musicians in the Greenbrier Valley to be held at Carnegie Hall
LEWISBURG, WV (WVNS) — One Night Only: A Celebration of Young Musicians in the Greenbrier Valley will be held at Carnegie Hall in Lewisburg. The concert will be at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 7, 2024 in the Carnegie Hall Hamilton Auditorium Stage at Carnegie Hall in Lewisburg, West Virginia. It is presented by Carnegie […]
Fort Spring Pike closure begins today for bridge repairs
Greenbrier County, WV (WOAY)- The West Virginia Department of Transportation (WVDOT) announces Fort Spring Pike, County Route 43, will close to through traffic beginning today. Crews will be repairing the Fort Spring Bridge from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm daily through Friday, March 1. School bus schedules will not change,...
Anglican Mission Church Provides Community Course
LEWISBURG W.Va. (WVDN) – The Anglican Province of America, Diocese of the Eastern US recently announced the organization of their newest mission church in Greenbrier County. The Community of St. John the Baptist Anglican is a traditional, scripturally centered church worshipping in the historical Anglican Way. Canon Missioner, The Rev. Wade Miller, who also serves as […] The post Anglican Mission Church Provides Community Course appeared first on West Virginia Daily News.
Jane Hughes Presented History Hero Award
GREENBRIER COUNTY W.Va. (WVDN) – On Feb. 21, at the Culture Center in Charleston, Jane Hughes, archives volunteer for the Greenbrier Historical Society, was named a West Virginia History Hero by The Division of Arts, Culture and History, Randall Reid-Smith, Curator. Nominated by the Greenbrier Historical Society, Hughes was recognized for her tireless devotion to […] The post Jane Hughes Presented History Hero Award appeared first on West Virginia Daily News.
Weather Update: Breezy, Moisture-Loaded Storms, Falling Temperatures Later Today
WOAY-TV (Oak Hill, WV): A warm afternoon will be followed by storms producing breezy wind and heavy rain this evening. NOON-7:30 PM: Temperatures warming into the low 60s, with the Greenbrier Valley rapidly recovering from the upper 40s to the upper 50s. A few peaks of sun are likely around 3-4 p.m. Southwest breeze increases to 15 mph with gusts to 25-30 mph.
Williamsburg Flying Falcons 4-H Club Soup Fundraiser
WILLIAMSBURG W.Va. (WVDN) – Join the Flying Falcons 4-H for a lunch of various soups and sandwiches. There will be homemade soups (chili, white chicken chili, chicken noodle, vegetable, potato, broccoli cheese) and peanut butter or grilled cheese sandwiches. Choose from many homemade desserts and a drink on Sunday, March 10. The lunch will be from […] The post Williamsburg Flying Falcons 4-H Club Soup Fundraiser appeared first on West Virginia Daily News.