Crowds come out to enjoy a night of music with the Mojo Bones during the Pullman Square Summer Concert Series on Thursday, July 31, 2014, in downtown Huntington.
MASON, Ohio — A southwestern Ohio amusement park will try to top a Guinness record for the most heads shaved simultaneously to help raise awareness and money to fight cancer.
The following obituaries have been provided by local funeral homes. Read our complete obituaries in The Herald-Dispatch Friday and at www.herald-dispatch.com.
The Coalfield Development Corporation has purchased the Corbin property at 1040 Vernon St. in Westmoreland. The Wayne County Economic Development Authority has sold the property for $110,000 in an effort to spark development for the neighborhood. The Coalfield Development Corporation is a nonprofit that serves as a workforce training and life skills program for high school graduates from low income areas of Wayne County. The trainees redevelop old properties to provide affordable housing in the area, while learning the construction trade. This time, they’ll be renovating the old Corbin plant into apartments and work space for artists.
HUNTINGTON — The Heiner's Bakery Dutch Miller Pullman Square Summer Concert Series, presented by 93.7 the Dawg, returns at 7 p.m. Thursday with The Mojo Bones at Pullman Square in Downtown Huntington.
FRANKFORT, Ky. — The Kentucky state legislature passed a sweeping overhaul to its prescription drug law in the summer of 2012 after a flood of overdose deaths, making it significantly harder for people to access dangerous addictive drugs from doctors.
An official dedication ceremony of the Mike and Henriella Perry Heritage Trail was held on Thursday, July 31, 2014, at the gazebo in Central City.
ST. ALBANS, W.Va. — The State Fire Marshal’s Office has identified two people who died in a house fire in St. Albans.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Four health centers in West Virginia will receive nearly $1 million in Affordable Care Act funding to establish or expand behavioral health services, according to a news release from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
HUNTINGTON — For decades of dedication to making Huntington a better place and celebrating Appalachian heritage, Mike and Henriella Perry were honored Thursday morning by the city of Huntington and a large crowd of friends and community members in Old Central City.