Local church offers final Lenten lunch

The season of Lent is referred to as a time of preparation and an opportunity to grow closer to God. As a result, it is a time of personal reflection that gets people ready for Easter and Good Friday. It also means another annual tradition as people search their local communities for the ideal fish … Continue reading

Legendary Con coming to Waynesburg in July

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Nope. It’s the pop culture convention Legendary Con coming to the EQT REC Center in Waynesburg July 8-9.  According to Legendary Con’s David Plavi, the convention first occurred in Morgantown, West Virginia in 2021 as the Mountaineer Comic-Con and only recently changed the name.  “We decided to … Continue reading

Bowlby Library educates public with CPR course

     For the third consecutive year, the Eva K. Bowlby Public Library will be the host for a course instruction into cardiopulmonary resuscitation, otherwise known as CPR, with the demand to be certified in CPR seemingly higher than ever.      Kathy Douglas, the public relations director for the Bowlby Library commented on how busy the event can … Continue reading

Chamber of Commerce opens scholarship applications

The Greene County Chamber of Commerce is offering two scholarships to local students who are looking to attend school. The scholarships called the Greene County Chamber of Commerce Educational Fund and the Rotary Scholarship, have deadlines that close in mid-April. Both scholarships have been around for decades and renew annually. Melody Longstreth, executive director of … Continue reading

What’s going on in Greene County (2/27/23)

Students hold “Tuff Puff” volleyball tournament Students from Jefferson-Morgan and Carmichaels school districts have come together to hold a “Tuff Puff” volleyball tournament. The event takes place on Friday, March 3. Doors open at 5:30, and volleyball games start at 6:30 in the Jefferson-Morgan high school gym. The matches will be Jefferson-Morgan boys vs Carmichaels … Continue reading