Peyton Hospice House To Host Holiday Open House

By Sarah Richardson

The Peyton Hospice House in Fairlea is hosting several open houses this holiday season, as well as accepting donations for their 31st annual Love Light Tree. The Love Light Tree is a seasonal tree that HospiceCare uses to raise money for their organization, as well as brighten the lives of the hospice patients during the event.

Read more in the Thursday, November 20, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Greenbrier East Spartans Finish 5-5, Look Ahead to 2015

By Brandon Baker

The Greenbrier East Spartans football team was unable to secure a playoff berth this season when they finished 5-5, but there were many positives to take away from the 2014 campaign.

Read more in the Wednesday, November 19, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Hollow Tree Continues To Bear Fruit

By Sarah Richardson

The Emmanuel Open Bible Church in Maxwelton harbors a strange resident. Directly in front of the church stands an apple tree, but not just any run-of-the-mill apple tree - this one is completely hollow. 

Read more in the Thursday, November 20, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Make A Difference In The Life Of A Child

By Judy Steele

We have received over 160 applications this year for assistance through Penny Pitch. The coupon to sign up always runs in The West Virginia Daily News for at least three weeks, but we always get the last minute phone calls from those who missed the application.

Read more in the Wednesday, November 19, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

City of Lewisburg Prepares to 'Illuminate' For Christmas Season

By Robin Zimmerman

Lewisburg will be decked out for the holiday season this year thanks to the Lewisburg in Bloom Committee. During the November 18 Lewisburg City Council meeting, Lewisburg in Bloom Committee member Shannon Beatty shared an update on the committee's decorating plans.

Read more in the Wednesday, November 19, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Newly Established Second Chance Cat Rescue Obtains Nonprofit Certification

By Cordia Lucas

When Lisa Heavener started to see an influx of stray cats in her neighborhood, she knew something must be done. Heavener, along with her husband, began H&N Second Chance Cat Rescue approximately one month ago, and they mean business.

Read more in the Tuesday, November 18, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

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