HUNTINGTON — A rubber duck race fundraiser is set for Sunday, Sept. 26, at Pier One Landing in Huntington to raise money to endow a scholarship at Marshall University in memory of former Thundering Herd football player JT Rembert, according to a news release.
- CDC leader adds people with risky jobs to COVID booster list
- Ugly scene mars exciting game in Boone
- Race for Rembert fundraiser set for Sunday
- Police roundup: Grand larceny, disorderly conduct listed among HPD reports
- Photos: Appalachian State tops Marshall, 31-30
- List would help buy remaining properties for Chesapeake Bypass
- Despite self-defense claim, Huntington double homicide case moves forward
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday endorsed booster shots for millions of older or otherwise vulnerable Americans, opening a major new phase in the U.S vaccination drive against COVID-19.
The U.S. moved a step closer Wednesday to offering booster doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine to senior citizens and others at high risk from the virus as the Food and Drug Administration signed off on the targeted use of extra shots.
FRANKFORT, Ky. — The coronavirus claimed 52 more lives in Kentucky as the governor warned Wednesday that the virus is hitting younger people harder than at any other time during the public health crisis.
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BOONE, North Carolina – When Marshall and App State walked off the field from App State’s 31-30 win over the Thundering Herd on Thursday, everyone should have been talking about what a great game it was – Marshall fans included.
Game Balls from Thursday's 31-30 loss to Appalachian State.
ROME TOWNSHIP, Ohio — After an extensive search for an opponent, Fairland (3-1) has scheduled a football game at Columbus South (4-1) for 7:30 p.m., Friday.
The developers of Tanyard Station in Barboursville announced tenants and new site plans at the former Burger King site on 5th Avenue in downtown Huntington.
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- BUSINESS BEAT: Starbucks, Qdoba, Papa John’s coming to Stadium Center in Huntington
- Herd collapses in 42-38 loss to ECU
- Developers continue revitalization efforts in downtown Huntington
- Chuck Landon: Why is MU's attendance so low?
- Family seeks answers three years after man went missing from Grayson Lake
- W.Va.’s world-leading virus surge pushes hospitals, first responders to breaking point
- RUTH CHRIST SULLIVAN
- Autism pioneer Ruth Sullivan dies at 97
- Lesage airport becomes private airstrip following sale
- Prichard Building project gets $3 million grant; construction expected to begin in January
- Photos: Marshall fans tailgate before East Carolina game
- Photos: Young Thundering Herd meets at Spring Hill Cemetery
- Photos: Barboursville Fall Fest Parade
- Photos: Marshall vs. WVU, men's soccer
- Photos: Poage Landing Days
- Photos: East Carolina defeats Marshall, 42-38
- Photos: A Fairfield Community Celebration of Gratitude for Dr. And Mrs. Jerome Gilbert
- Photos: High school football, Cabell Midland vs. Hurricane
- Photos: 'Moana Jr.' at Huntington High School
- Photos: Barboursville Fall Fest pancake breakfast