HUNTINGTON -- The Rev. Frank Schaefer, a former United Methodist pastor, will be present at Johnson Memorial United Methodist Church at 513 10th St. in downtown Huntington on Sunday, March 9, to share his story.
CHARLESTON -- After two hours of fiery debate on both sides of the issue, an amendment to make over-the-counter cold and allergy medications used in making methamphetamine prescription only failed, 55-42 with five absent or not voting, in the West Virginia House of Delegates Friday night.
MILTON -- The following information was provided by reports filed by the Cabell County Sheriff's Office:
The role of the pharmacist is changing.
EAST LYNN -- West Virginia State Police believe the death of Mark Spurlock was accidental, according to a late Thursday release issued by State Police Sgt. E.A. Blankenship.
CHARLESTON -- Singer John Denver never called West Virginia home, but his 1970s hit "Take Me Home, Country Roads" is one of the state's official songs.
CHARLESTON -- An update to West Virginia's legislation banning synthetic hallucinogens also received an amendment that would toughen the state's stance on hydrocodone compounds, mostly found in painkillers like Lortab.
HUNTINGTON -- City and state police arrested five women late Thursday on charges of soliciting prostitution, according to jail records and a city press release.
HUNTINGTON -- The Greater Huntington Park & Recreation District, in conjunction with the Arthritis Foundation, is offering a free wellness walking program.
HUNTINGTON -- Grants and outside funding are ways to help a city grow and prosper, but they are not ways in which to sustain that growth and prosperity.