CULLODEN — An approximately $32 million project to build a new interchange on Interstate 64 near Culloden is among 20 projects included in a bid letting conducted by the West Virginia Division of Highways on Tuesday.
- DOH accepts bid for I-64 Culloden interchange
- Ashland woman pleads guilty in shooting case
- Photos: Ashland vs. Boyd County, 64th District softball championship
- Spring Hill Elementary principal celebrated before retirement
- Economist testifies on weaknesses of W.Va.’s expert witnesses
- Police roundup: Men charged with transporting marijuana into West Virginia
- Photos: Spring Hill Elementary Principal Pamela Bailey honored during retirement celebration
CHARLESTON — West Virginia reported 440 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday as active cases decreased to 1,795. That’s 35 fewer cases than were reported Tuesday, according to the Department of Health and Human Resources’ state virus dashboard.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia reported 405 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday as active cases decreased to 1,830. That’s 134 fewer active cases than were reported Monday, according to the Department of Health and Human Resources’ pandemic dashboard.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia reported 1,305 new COVID-19 cases on Monday as active cases increased to 1,964. That’s 306 more active cases than were reported Friday, and the highest active cases have been since March 6, according to the Department of Health and Human Resources’ pandemic dashboard.
HUNTINGTON — Ronald McDonald House Charities of Huntington continues to evolve in its mission of offering services for families with sick children, even when the majority of staff is new to the nonprofit.
CHARLESTON — Live on the Levee, a free, weekly concert series, is returning to Charleston this summer. The weekly event will bring live music back to the riverside stage after the coronavirus shut it down two years ago and delayed it last summer.
CHARLESTON — Theresa Caputo said she never really knew what was going to happen when she stepped out on a stage, though she knew she only had good news to bring.
ASHLAND — The Ashland softball team couldn’t have planned a better start to the 64th District softball championship game against Boyd County on Wednesday evening.
HUNTINGTON — Austin O’Malley recognized the grass on the other side isn’t always the shade of Kelly green.
IRONTON — A Mississippi kid moved to Ohio and earned a scholarship from Wisconsin.
The developers of the Herd Stadium Center announced last year that Starbucks, Qdoba and Papa John's will be in the new development on 5th Avenue, and recently added Smoothie King. They say the building is now 100% leased.
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- Noah Thompson returns to hometown as 'American Idol' finalist
- Dreamland Pool needs lifeguards; concession, maintenance workers
- Children's museum location announced in Huntington's West End
- Nucor applies for permit to build Ohio River barge dock
- Chesapeake brings Ater home from Wheelersburg
- As retirement nears, Cooley reflects on life at Marshall University
- Huntington Cabell Wayne Animal Shelter in need of people to adopt, foster dogs
- Proctorville car show honors life of high school student
- Destiny Kay Smith
- Kimberly Dawn Ramey
- Photos: American Idol finalist Noah Thompson returns home for a parade and free concert
- Photos: Cabell County Special Olympics
- Photos: Memorial car and bike show honors Isaac Williams
- Photos: Spring Valley High School Prom
- Photos: Star Wars Weekend in downtown Huntington
- Photos: Cabell Midland baseball tops Spring Valley in sectional championship
- Photos: Cabell Midland vs. Spring Valley, baseball
- Photos: Spring Tea at The Lawrence County Museum
- Photos: Barboursville Public Library ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony
- Photos: Fifth Avenue Baptist conducts meal packing event