HUNTINGTON - River City Subaru and Subaru presented Little Victories animal shelter with two checks totaling $12,314 from the seventh annual Subaru "Share the Love" campaign.
BARBOURSVILLE - Over the years the Huntington Mall has given away close to $20,000 in college scholarships to the young members of its Fashion Advisory Board, according to a news release from the mall.
If you're sweating over what to do with your kids then the School Age Connections program through River Valley Child Development Services just might have an answer.
Tonight, April 18, the group will perform at a special event at the Milton Performing Arts Center at Pumpkin Park. The concert will be both a CD release performance as well as a benefit for the "Love Your Guts" cancer foundation.
ARTS: Congratulations to Randall Reid-Smith, a native of Barboursville and a 1976 Barboursville High School graduate, who has been named the recipient of the 2014 Herald-Dispatch Award for the Arts. This award is given to a Tri-State resident who has made a significant impact on the lives of people in the area. As the commissioner of the West Virginia Division of Culture and History, Reid-Smith renovated and updated the West Virginia State Museum and has been instrumental in implementing several arts programs into West Virginia schools such as a History Bowl that gives scholarships to middle school students and the VHI Save the Music Foundation that has donated more than 2,000 musical instruments to 60 schools in 48 counties in West Virginia. Randall, the son of Elsworth "Boogie" and Wilma Smith of Barboursville, received a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Cincinnati College - Conservatory of Music; a Master's of Music degree from Indiana University; and an Honorary Doctor of Music degree from Glenville State College.
HUNTINGTON - King's Daughters team member Cassie Hefner, legal department contracts manager, has a huge heart for helping others.
HUNTINGTON - Huntington's Kitchen hosts a Homemade Baby Food Workshop on Saturday, April 11, in Huntington.
The clock is ticking toward a full-on festival season that soon will be blooming and booming around the region.
It's less than a month now for folks to dial up those early-bird tickets ($55) for the three-day Jewel City JAMboree that will put 30 old-time and bluegrass acts on the banks of the Ohio River at Harris Riverfront Park for a rare, three-day campout and music festival June 5-7.
HUNTINGTON - By Tuesday, Now Hear This owner Vince Hebert was getting giddy, boxes upon boxes of quirky, limited edition vinyl had arrived.
HUNTINGTON - For the second time in as many years, The Fifth Avenue Theatre Company is literally turning Huntington City Hall into a circus.