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!
- Great news for Rainelle!
Mountain Transit Authority
MTA is coming to Western Greenbrier County! MTA Mountain Transit Authority will be initiating an extension to it's Greenbrier County bus routes on July 1, 2014. This new route will connect the towns in the western part of Greenbrier County to other existing routes and will serve Rainelle, Charmco, Leslie, Quinwood, Rupert and Sam Black Church. It will cover a loop from Rainelle to Lewisburg, then back to Rainelle twice a day. Watch the newspapers in the upcoming months for more information on this new service by MTA. Remember save that fuel cost and road hassle and leave the driving to us-Hop-A-Bus!
Have you signed up for the Spring Giant Flea Market & Antique Show on May 16-18?? Deadline for the early bird discount is May 9!!
Check our our website for more information! http://statefairofwv.com/flea-market/
- Greenbrier Hills Golf Club held their first tournament of the season, proceeds went to the Meadow Bridge High School Band.
Meadow Bridge Band Tournament
Proceeds from this tournament went to the Meadow Bridge High School Band
- There will be a golf tournament during the Meadow River Sporting Festival - get your teams ready now!
Tournament Opportunity for May 2nd and 3rd!