Here's a rundown of some local health-related classes, support groups and other offerings this week in Huntington.
HUNTINGTON - Enterprise Rent-A-Car recently helped United Way of the River Cities take a step toward its community goals.
CHARLESTON - The National Geographic Channel will begin airing its 8-part miniseries "American Genius" at 9 p.m. Monday, June 1.
CHARLESTON - Read Aloud West Virginia has been selected by the State Farm Youth Advisory Board (YAB) as a top 200 cause in the nation in the 2015 State Farm neighborhood Assist Program.
CLEANERS: Mary Frances Adkins, Linda Whaley, Margaret Simental and Ramona Capron of Huntington Chapter 150, United Daughters of the Confederacy, cleaned tombstones of those buried in the Confederate plot at Spring Hill Cemetery in late April.
HUNTINGTON - The winners of The Herald-Dispatch's 2014 Citizen Awards will be honored with a presentation and reception at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 31, at the Huntington Museum of Art.
HUNTINGTON - Schools are nearly set to get out, and soon poolsides will be packed with families reading books, soaking up the glorious summer sun and the amazing escape of turning the printed page or the finger touch and flip of the Kindle Fire.
ATTENDED: Linda Whaley, WV Division president, United Daughters of the Confederacy of Wayne, recently toured the Trans Allegheny Lunatic Asylum as part of the organization's annual spring board meeting.
With so many home repairs and improvements this time of year, your Better Business Bureau is warning homeowners who are looking to begin remodeling or repair projects to be on the lookout for home improvement scams.
If you're watching the NBA playoffs, you're seeing a lot of head fakes from the likes of basketball All-Stars LeBron James and Stephen Curry. These moves open lanes and get them to the basket. And when bad carbs and proteins fake out your head (and they do), they go right by your brain's defense and straight to your basket, too, for a slam dunk.