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NORTHCOTT COURT: Efforts to replace the aging Northcott Court public housing complex on Hal Greer Boulevard with affordable housing elsewhere have suffered a setback. Read more on today's front page.
ONE SPECIAL BIRTHDAY: Hayley Diamond, a student at Ceredo-Kenova Middle School turned 12 years old on 12-12-12. Read more about how she celebrated this unusual occurrence on our Region page.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TEAM MEETS: A wide range of ideas to help foster economic development in Huntington bubbled to the surface during a meeting Wednesday at City Hall. Read more about the ideas on our Local page.
CULINARY SCHOOL MOVES: ulinary arts students at Mountwest Community and Technical College have moved out of the frying pan and into the fire, according to Larry Perry, director of the school’s culinary arts and hospitality management program. Read more about the move on our Local page.
WEEKEND CONTENT: Read movie reviews, books reviews and see a comprehensive listing of local entertainment events inside today's Weekend section.
BRENDA LUCAS: Get the latest community news, birthday listings and more in Brenda Lucas' column.
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