The following obituaries have been provided by local funeral homes. Check back at 6:30 p.m. for more updated information on area deaths, and read our complete obituaries in The Herald-Dispatch Tuesday and at www.herald-dispatch.com.
Entrepreneur’s Cafe set for 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, March 11 at Heritage Station
FRANKFORT, Ky. — A state budget plan awaiting action by a Kentucky House panel sticks with the governor’s recommendation for a funding increase for elementary and secondary education.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission has approved Gordon Gee’s appointment as West Virginia University’s permanent president.
Dr. Seuss Day was celebrated at the Children's Place on Monday, March 10, 2014, in Guyandotte.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia lawmakers are working out kinks in a budget that gives public workers raises and digs into reserves.
CHARLESTON — Severe corrosion caused a 2012 natural gas pipeline rupture and explosion in West Virginia that destroyed three houses and cooked a stretch of Interstate 77, and the incident likely could have been prevented if the pipeline had been inspected or tested, the National Transportation Safety Board said in a report released Monday.
BARBOURVILLE, Ky. — A City Council in southeastern Kentucky has scheduled a public hearing to discuss removing the mayor.
EUREKA, Calif. — A very strong earthquake that struck offshore rattled the Northern California coast and was widely felt across the region, but authorities said early Monday that there were no reports of any injuries or damage.
NEW YORK — In his most extensive comments about the 2012 Connecticut school massacre, the father of gunman Adam Lanza describes his struggle to comprehend what his son did — an act that “couldn’t get any more evil” — and how he now wishes that his son had never been born.