Situated in the heart of Greenbrier County’s historic, scenic Midland Trail, Rainelle is rich in history, surrounded by beauty and ripe for growth. A special HISTORY page has been developed so that you may glimpse into the past as we move forward.
What does Rainelle have in common with Major League baseball, Time magazine and The Waldor-Astoria Hotel? You will be pleasantly surprised!
Starts tonight! Time to get out of the house!
Town of Rainelle, WV shared a post.
For the safety of patients and employees, Rainelle Medical Center will open two hours late tomorrow, Friday March 6, 2015 due to weather conditions. Please feel free to pass this information on to anyone who may need to be informed. Kristi Atha-Rader
Town of Rainelle, WV shared Around each bend West Virginia's video.
Driving tips for bad weather from the State Police.
West Virginia State Police
Inclement Weather Driving Tips
1. SLOW DOWN! 4 wheel drive vehicles can be affected by the weather just as much as any other vehicle.
2. Make sure your vehicle (especially the glass and lights) is clear of debris or obstructions such as ice or snow.
3. TURN HEADLIGHTS ON.
4.Should you lose control of your vehicle look for an escape path and steer in that direction. Drivers have a tendency to drive where they are looking.
5.Do not attempt to drive through an area where water is crossing the roadway.
6.Keep emergency supplies in your vehicle such as a flashlight, cell phone charger, and a blanket.
7.Know the road conditions before you go. WV 511 is a great resource.
8.Ensure that the fluids in your vehicle are properly maintained.
9.If the weather is extremely severe or you do not feel confident in your abilities to drive in such weather, then don’t!
10. If you have a crash on the roadway and no one is injured, please move the vehicle to the side of the roadway.
11. Use turn signals and increase following distance.
12. Keep a field of vision far beyond the front of your vehicle.
13. Move over for vehicles along the side of the roadway. If that is not possible, then slow down.
Please be safe out on the roadways and use common sense! Feel free to add important tips to this post.
Central Ave bridge at McRoss at 1220 on 3/5/2015. Last river guage reading at Hines was 10.8 feet but that was at 0845 this morning.
Another job opportunity in Lewisburg.
Greenbrier Historical Society & North House Museum
The Greenbrier Historical Society is seeking a part-time museum associate. Individual will be responsible for performing daily operations at the North House Museum including providing museum tours, retail sales, office work and assisting with special events. Please submit resumes to [email protected]
Please feel free to share this announcement with anyone that you think may be interested in the position.