Pocahontas County Courthouse News: April 20 through April 26

The following Death Certificates were filed in Pocahontas County between April 20 and April 26: The following Marriage Certificates were filed in Pocahontas County between April 20 and April 26: The following Land Transfers were filed in Pocahontas County between April 20 and April 26:

The uncertain future of Harpers Ferry’s historic John Brown Wax Museum

By Vanta Coda III, RealWV When walking the historic streets of downtown Harpers Ferry, it is hard to miss the wax replica of John Brown peering out the window of the John Brown Wax Museum. Since 1963, the wax museum has welcomed tens of thousands of visitors, but since the building’s recent listing for sale, […]

Jame Monroe High School participates in ‘Envirothon’

Two JMHS Envirothon teams participated April 18-19 at Cedar Lakes Resort (near Ripley) in the WV Envirothon. The Mavericks Purple team placed 8th and the Mavericks Black team earned 23rd place in a field of 34 teams.  The teams competed in field tests requiring knowledge in aquatics, soils, wildlife, and forestry and presented an original […]

Greenbrier County Sheriff’s Department welcomes back Academy graduates

PRESS RELEASE: The Greenbrier County Sheriff’s Office welcomes back two of their officers who graduated from the West Virginia State Police Academy on Friday, April 26, 2024. Deputy Aaron Davis and Deputy Bradley Walls were members of the 195th Basic Police Training Class which was comprised of forty-four police officers from across the state. The […]

Community gathers to memorialize children lost to violence

By RealWV staff, Every year on the 4th Friday in April, communities across the nation gather to remember children whose lives were lost to violence and abuse over the past year. The Lewisburg office of Children’s Home Society of West Virginia, in collaboration with numerous local partners, hosted a memorial yesterday in front of the […]