The Herald-Dispatch News RSS 2015-04-28T12:05:40-04:00 urn:uuid:8319ef04-68f5-47f8-88fa-43695a28e1a6 Original content available for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons license (Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported), except where noted. Sheriff's deputies investigate stabbing in Barboursville LACIE PIERSON urn:uuid:ff073f18-c1cf-4be1-8594-ba44cace1b5f 2015-04-28T06:57:40-04:00 <p> The following information was provided by reports filed with the Cabell County Sheriff&#39;s office.</p> Rome Township schedules cleanup day The Herald-Dispatch 2015-04-28T00:01:01-04:00 <p>ROME TWP., Ohio - The Rome Township Annual Cleanup Day will be from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 2.</p> <p>Large trash bins will be available at the main gate entrance to the Lawrence County Fairgrounds on Township Road 411 for placement of trash. The following rules apply to allow access to the bins:</p> <p></p> Born learning The Herald-Dispatch 2015-04-28T00:01:01-04:00 <p>The Herald-Dispatch</p> <p>HUNTINGTON - The educational process can't start too early for participants in the United Way Born Learning Academy.</p> <p></p> Clergy can learn support at drug summit By JEAN TARBETT HARDIMAN 2015-04-28T00:01:01-04:00 <p>HUNTINGTON - Many a pastor has been there. Someone in the congregation doesn't know where to turn. He or she has a drug problem, or a family member struggling with a drug problem and asks for help.</p> <p></p> Judge halts plea hearing in pharmacy case By CURTIS JOHNSON 2015-04-28T00:02:34-04:00 <p> The Ghana native charged with peddling drugs from his Barboursville pharmacy walked away from a potential plea agreement Monday, citing his displeasure with a forfeiture provision involving $2.36 million cash, a vehicle and real estate.</p> <p> &#160;</p> Tomblin undecided on bid for Congress The Herald-Dispatch 2015-04-28T00:01:01-04:00 <p>The Associated Press</p> <p>CHARLESTON - Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin says he has been asked about running for Congress, and hasn't decided either way yet.</p> <p></p> Water Street to close for repairs Tuesday The Herald-Dispatch 2015-04-28T00:01:01-04:00 <p>BARBOURSVILLE - Water Street in Barboursville will close for water line repairs from 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Tuesday, April 28, according to a release from the West Virginia Department of Transportation. || 0428_waterstMUST || BARBOURSVILLE Water Street in Barboursville will</p> Laney murder trial begins The Herald-Dispatch 2015-04-28T00:03:05-04:00 <p> WAYNE - After a few delays, the trial of a man accused in the shooting death of Richard Laney began Monday with jury selection, opening statements and several witnesses taking the stand.</p> Huntington Middle School students take part in Future Investment Day The Herald-Dispatch 2015-04-28T00:01:01-04:00 <p>The Herald-Dispatch</p> <p>HUNTINGTON - Marshall University and members of the American Dream Movement welcomed eighth-graders from Huntington Middle School for the third annual Future Investment Day on Thursday at Marshall's Memorial Student Center.</p> <p></p> Ky. law enforcement agencies to work on cooperation The Herald-Dispatch 2015-04-28T00:01:01-04:00 <p>ASHLAND - Law enforcement agencies in northeastern Kentucky are working together to fight crime.</p> <p>The renewed effort at cooperation comes with a new sheriff. The Independent reports Boyd County Sheriff Bobby Jack Woods, who is retired from the Kentucky State Police, ran on a platform of better cooperation between city, county and state law enforcement agencies.</p> <p></p>