SON: Congratulations to Sara Mosley and Aaron Maynard upon the birth of their bundle of boy, Carson Lee. The little blessing, born Jan. 28, weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and was 21 inches long. Grandparents are Benjy and Sheila Mosley and Dale and Reyna Maynard of Kenova United Methodist Church.
HUNTINGTON -- A new art show will open Tuesday, March 18 at Ohio University Southern's Proctorville Center.
ASHLAND -- Boyd County Public Library will celebrate Teen Tech Week 2014 March 9-14 by bringing teens and technology together.
Colorectal cancer, or colon cancer, is cancer that occurs in the colon or rectum. No one knows the exact causes of colorectal cancer. Doctors often cannot explain why one person develops this disease while others do not. Research has shown that people with certain risk factors are more likely than others to develop colorectal cancer.
HUNTINGTON -- Everyone is invited to an evening of praising the Lord and raising awareness for lupus on Tuesday, March 18 at First Baptist Church, 801 6th Ave.
HUNTINGTON -- The Arbor Day Foundation is marking the return of spring by offering free trees to new members.
Spring may be a slow train coming but if you don't have summer on your mind, you're going to miss out on some amazing music.
HUNTINGTON -- Approximately 18 Mountwest Community & Technical College students were awarded with private scholarships for the spring semester.
NEW: Congratulations to Sean "Corky" Hammers, a 1986 Barboursville High School graduate, a 1990 Marshall University grad, and a 1993 graduate of Capital University Law School in Columbus, Ohio, who was appointed as the new prosecutor for Cabell County last Thursday by the Cabell County Commission. Hammers lives in Barboursville with his wife, Beth "Buffy," and their two children, Gabby and Brody. He is the son of Fred and Sunny Hammers of Barboursville.
Many of us need information when preparing our federal tax returns. We have questions about dependents, which forms to use and how to claim a credit.