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!
- Tomorrow night at the Carnegie Hall in Lewisburg: A Special Performance by Doug Seegers. Great story!
Homeless In Nashville, Huge In Sweden
After decades in obscurity, country singer Doug Seegers went from down-and-out to up-and-coming in an instant.
- Upcoming Job Instructions Workshop with the West Virginia Manufacturing Extension Partnership! Register today at http://epay.wvsto.com/WVU/WVUStatlerCollege/Product.aspx?ProductId=36&CategoryId=6
Upcoming Job Instructions Workshop with the West Virginia Manufacturing Extension Partnership! Register today at http://epay.wvsto.com/WVU/WVUStatlerCollege/Product.aspx?ProductId=36&CategoryId=6
- The New River Gorge Bridge was dedicated on October 22, 1977.
On This Day in West Virginia History - October 22
The West Virginia Archives and History web site offers detailed information on the state's history, outlines the documents available in the State Archives, and provides assistance in conducting genealogical research.
RUN OF THE LIVING DEAD - the @[199553866746108:274:United Way of the Greenbrier Valley] is hosting their inaugural zombie run on Saturday, Oct. 25. They need runners and zombies. There is still time to sign up online. http://www.wvnstv.com/story/26841992/united-way-needs-more-runnerszombies-for-inaugural-run
All Children are invited to a Halloween party at the library on Saturday, October 25 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. This party is sponsored by the Friends of the Rainelle Public Library.