What do you love about Huntington?
"What's not to like about Huntington? Our customers are so friendly here in town. It's all really personal here." -- Vicky Cooper, who, along with her husband, owns and operates the Old Village Roaster on 4th Avenue in Huntington.
"It's the unequaled courtesy of strangers and people in Huntington." -- Eric Woods, a native Huntington and current theater student at Marshall University who writes and performs in plays.
"I really like the way Huntington is laid out. It's real easy to get around. I have been in other cities and just thought it was real confusing." -- Yvonne Duff, an employee at Marshall's bookstore who has spent the past 57 years of her life in Huntington.
"I really like what they have done with downtown. Pullman Square is so nice, everything is within walking distance...(American Legion Post 16) is one of my favorite things about the city. I have a long line of family from this area, all the way back to my great-great-grandmother."
Teressa Reyes, a life-long resident of Huntington who says the city is progressing really nicely, but also doing a great job of maintaining a community feel.
"What I like about Huntington is how intertwined everyone is. The town is also a place where you can feel free to be as experimental as you want. But in another way, there is also a nice, solid bedrock sense to Huntington." -- John Farley, an active member of the art community in Huntington.