Print/E-paper exclusives for Sunday, May 5
Besides the stories you can read at herald-dispatch.com, there are many more stories and features in today's Herald-Dispatch newspaper and e-paper.
ANIMAL SHELTER FACING CHANGES: The Huntington-Cabell-Wayne Animal Control Shelter is facing changes that could potentially lead to more euthanizations because of space limitations. The changes come amid growing public sentiment that the shelter and others like it across the country should focus more on adoption programs. Board members for the shelter, however, say ongoing friction between their efforts and the public’s expectations is rooted in a misunderstanding of the facility’s primary mission of animal control. Reporter Bryan Chambers take an in-depth look at the issues facing the shelter now and as it prepares for the future and offers a look at the shelter's relationship with One by One Animal Advocates in today's edition of The Herald-Dispatch.
HISTORIC RENOVATION: A historic building in downtown Huntington is undergoing renovation and will soon be home of 26 one-bedroom condos for sale. The Arcade Building, once a bustling commercial center with office space known for its scenic glass ceiling, is being built into two-story and one-story condos, maintaining many of the original features of the building and incorporating state-of-the-art amenities. Owners Dennis and Denise Johnson have hired MHJ Construction, owned by Jeff Starcher, for the project. Read more in our Sunday Business spotlight.
PERSONNEL: Keep up with the latest hirings across the Tri-State with our weekly Personnel column.
BIZ IN BRIEF: Check out our weekly roundup of regional business wheelings and dealings.
CELEBRATIONS, UPCOMING EVENTS AND THE SUNDAY CROSSWORD: The Herald-DIspatch is still the place to turn to get the latest wedding and engagement announcements, birth announcements, upcoming community events, and — yes — the all-important Sunday crossword. Pick up a copy of The Herald-Dispatch every Sunday to enjoy these local tidbits.
TENDING YOUR TULIPS AND DAFFODILS: Spring has sprung and the tulips and daffodils have showcased their wares! Now we wonder what do we do with them? The flower heads are drooping and the petals are falling to the ground but all that green stuff seems to be larger than life without their flower bonnets. Find gardening tips on our Homes page.
Get instant access to these complete stories, and many more, by subscribing to The Herald-Dispatch and our online e-paper. Receive electronic or print delivery for as little as $5.95 per month. Check here for our latest subscription deals for the print and e-paper editions. For more information, call 800-888-2834.