PROCTORVILLE, Ohio - Both lanes of Ohio 7 at the Indian Guyan Creek Bridge west of Proctorville have reopened to traffic following months of restrictions as crews replaced the bridge.
HUNTINGTON - Teachers and students from Highlawn Elementery treked through the neighborhood Friday for the school's annual Highlawn Community Healthy Husky Walk.
BURGLARY: A Lesage man reported Wednesday $1,200 worth of items were stolen from his residence in the 7700 block of Left Fork Nine Mile sometime Monday. The suspect used a tool to pry open the backdoor. When the officer was on the way to the scene, the victim's wife flagged him down at a neighbor's residence. The neighbor stated he had bought three of the stolen firearms from a man who broke down in front of his house. He pawned the guns Monday. The other stolen items include a 65-inch TV, a Playstation 3 and a cordless drill.
HUNTINGTON - A woman walked away without any serious injuries Friday afternoon after a train crashed into her vehicle in the 5500 block of W.Va. 2.
HUNTINGTON - Food Network stars will reveal their best-kept and most intimate food secrets on "Guilty Pleasures," premiering at 10 p.m. Monday, May 25, on the Food Network. And one of those pleasures comes from a Huntington restaurant.
CHESAPEAKE, Ohio - A $742,000 culvert replacement and realignment project is scheduled to begin Monday, June 1, along Ohio 243, according to the Ohio Department of Transportation.
HUNTINGTON - Mother Nature pounded us with snow this winter, but we made it because it is finally summer.
A story in Thursday's edition of The Herald-Dispatch concerning the removal of Scott Caserta as Huntington City Council chairman contained incorrect information. Caserta did not contact city attorney Scott Damron for information on personnel policy.
KENOVA - The future of the Dreamland Pool in Kenova has gained some stability thanks to an anonymous donor's gift of $35,000, according to Mayor Ric Griffith.
HUNTINGTON - A Huntington representative participating in a business delegation led by Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin to Japan this week said the trip has been beneficial.