International insurance executive and Huntington native Marty Becker sees great potential for our region and West Virginia.
Rhetoric heats up as Republicans zero in on Hillary Clinton. Candidates creep in with snide remarks about the one candidate who is remotely qualified to be president of the United States.
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Beware of pothole damage to cars
Potholes have returned, and hitting one with your car can do a real number on tires, wheels, steering and suspension, and alignment. To help determine if hitting a pothole has damaged your vehicle, watch for these warning signs.
Time for spring cleaning
n To arrange for a special pickup of bulky trash items, call 304-696-5903. The city will pick up one standard pickup truck load of extra trash or yard waste per month at no extra charge.
Do liberals support any limits on taking the life of an unborn baby?
A recent attempt by an Associated Press reporter to corner Rand Paul on his stance on abortion triggered a much-needed firestorm around the issue.
I have been involved in politics and policy-making for over 50 years, and as you can imagine I hold strong feelings about reporters and the media. They're not what you might think, however.
When Steve Williams took office as Huntington's mayor in 2013, he apparently wanted to make a statement about how he was going to clean up the city - literally. His administration developed a structured spring cleanup plan and urged city residents to take advantage of the help city crews would offer in hauling away trash.
The origins of the dance marathon came in the Roaring Twenties of the last century, a time when relative prosperity ruled and good times rolled.
Recent news regarding K-12 education illustrates that American educational philosophies are confused and confusing.