Charles Saunders wants to ‘finish the job’ as Summers County Commissioner

By Stephen Baldwin, RealWV Charles Saunders began serving as a Summers County Commissioner six years ago. His fellow commissioners elected him as president four years ago. While he’s happy with what they’ve been able to accomplish “as a team,” he wants to “finish the job” in a second term.  “After going to meetings around the […]

Sherwood Lake: A Tranquil Haven in Greenbrier County

By Jonathan Eggleston, RealWV Nestled among the scenic beauty of Greenbrier County lies Sherwood Lake, a hidden gem calling to nature enthusiasts and serenity seekers. With its many recreational activities, this Lake offers visitors a quick escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life.  Built in 1958,  this 164 acre lake is the largest […]

Monroe County Courthouse News: April 30 through May 6

NOTE: No Marriage Certificates were filed in Monroe County between April 30 and May 6. The following Death Certificates were filed in Monroe County between April 30 and May 6: The following Land Transfers were filed in Monroe County between April 30 and May 6:

Manchin announces $2.7 million for Health Centers in Beckley, Gary

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) – member of the Senate Appropriations Committee – on Monday, announced $2,791,484 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for Community Health Systems in Beckley and the Tug River Health Association in Gary. These investments will strengthen health services throughout Raleigh and McDowell Counties. […]

Young Writers Day celebrates student creativity and skill

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The West Virginia Department of Education, in partnership with the Central West Virginia Writing Project, Marshall University, the EdVenture Group and the University of Charleston hosted approximately 240 student writers at West Virginia Young Writers Day at the University of Charleston. Additionally, West Virginia author and illustrator Ashley Belote addressed the future writers […]