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Labor Day closings

Aug. 31, 2013 @ 12:00 AM

Here are the closings for Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 2:

U.S. Postal Service

The main and branch post offices will be closed.


BB&T: closed

Chase: closed

Fifth Third Bank: closed

First Sentry Bank: closed

First State Bank: closed

Huntington Federal Savings Bank: closed

Huntington National Bank: closed

Ohio Valley Bank: Huntington and South Point Walmart branches open 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Milton branch closed

Peoples Bank: closed

United Bank: closed

Boyd County, Ky.

Ashland City Schools: closed

Boyd County Public Library: closed

Rumpke: Services delayed one day.

Cabell County

Cabell County Board of Education: closed

Cabell County Courthouse: closed

Cabell County Public Library: closed

Cabell County schools: closed

Grace Christian School: closed

Huntington municipal offices: closed; no monitoring of parking meters

Huntington Municipal Parking Authority: closed

Marshall University: closed

Milton municipal offices: closed

Mountwest Community and Technical College: closed

Our Lady of Fatima School: closed

Renaissance Art Gallery: closed

Rumpke: Services delayed one day.

St. Joseph Catholic Schools: closed

The Herald-Dispatch: Business offices closed. For news tips, call 304-526-2776. For circulation problems, call 304-526-4005.

Lawrence County, Ohio

Briggs Library: closed

Buckeye Sanitation: Services delayed one day.

Chesapeake Schools: closed

Dawson-Bryant Schools: closed

Fairland Schools: closed

Ironton City Schools: closed

Ohio University Southern Campus: closed

Rock Hill Schools: closed

Rumpke: Services delayed one day.

Social Security Office: closed

South Point Schools: closed

Symmes Valley Schools: closed

Unemployment Office: closed

Wayne County

Rumpke: Services delayed one day.

Wayne County Courthouse: closed

Wayne Schools Board of Education/Schools: closed

Local municipal and county offices are scheduled to be closed for the Labor Day holiday. Please call you local government offices before visiting them Monday.



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