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NEW ROOF FOR THE KEITH: By this summer, the Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center will have a new roof. The nonprofit entity that oversees the historic theater on 4th Avenue in downtown Huntington opened bids for the project Friday afternoon. PAR Roofing of Huntington, which submitted the lowest bid among four contractors, was awarded the project at a price of $532,300. The work will include full replacement of the theater’s multiple roof sections, including the marquee roof. Get more details on our Local page.
SONGS THAT HIT HOME: Fletcher’s Grove performs at The V Club in Huntington at 10 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 2. With its new 10-song sophomore record, “Appalachian Reaction,” the band's Ryan Krofcheck will also tell you how important West Virginia is to what the Morgantown jam band hopes to project through its music. Read more on our Life page.
ON THE LOCAL BOOKSHELF: Winter is prime time for curling up with a good book. You can get a good local book signed as there are a number of upcoming book events around the region. Get a look at some upcoming book events and other book news on our Life page.
BRENDA LUCAS: Get the latest community news, birthday listings and more in Brenda Lucas' column.
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