BARBOURSVILLE - In November 2012 Annette Cambell and her daughter Sassa Wilkes opened a small bakery called Sweet & Sassy on Brady Street.
The self-proclaimed "Best Joint in Town" started as a small sandwich shop, but has grown into a barbecue and catering business. Since opening, the shop has done everything from individual lunches to large-scale catering events. Though the menu may differ depending on what is on the smoker each day.
MILTON - A classic style American diner, Shonet's Country Cafe has been serving home style cooking and some of the best pie in the Tri-State.
Along the bank of the Ohio River in the Huntington community of Lesage, the Robert Newlon Airport is a small airfield for amateur fliers, hobbyists and skydivers.
BARBOURSVILLE - There's a new Mexican restaurant in Barboursville located in the former home of Famous Dave's and Pancho's. The Tortilla Factory officially opened it's doors on Monday, March 23.
HUNTINGTON - Located inside The Wild Ramp, the Broken Coffee Mug is serving up fresh cups of locally roasted coffee alongside fancy cappuccino, lattes and smoothies.
In 2013 Brian Fridley turned a workshop into a small restaurant called Appalachia Barbecue. Fridley has now expanded his business to include a food truck which has been popping up between Barboursville and downtown Huntington.
BARBOURSVILLE - One of the hardest working bands in the Tri-State has been performing in Barboursville since 1989.
HUNTINGTON - Restaurant's don't come more classic than Cam's Ham, an American diner with a history that dates back to the 1950s.
HUNTINGTON - A new coffeehouse is offering some of the most exotic cups of joe in town as well as an assortment of espresso, cappuccino and lattes.