- Two house fires burn simultaneously in Huntington
- Playing for Jimmy V out of TBT after COVID-19 diagnosis
- Friday Evening Obituary Update
- Friday Noon Obituary Update
- Appalachian Power prepares for solar power production
- Police roundup: Lawrence officers nab two after hotel raid
- D’Antoni retiring after decade as WV’s top K-12 vocational ed leader
WAYNE — The Wayne County Board of Education is seeking input from the community before finalizing fall re-entry plans for the upcoming school year.
MORGANTOWN — At least 10 students at West Virginia University have tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
Allison McGee, corporate affairs manager for Kroger Mid-Atlantic, said an associate at the store on 1st Street and 7th Avenue West is receiving medical care and recovering at home.
“Tell your heart to beat again/ Close your eyes and breathe it in/ Let the shadow fall away ... Say goodbye to where you’ve been/ and tell your heart to beat again.” — as sung by Danny Gokey, written by Bernie Herms, Randy Phillips and Matthew West
Madeleines are a French tea cake, but really more like a cakey cookie. They’re famous for their scalloped shell shape, hump and crisp edges.
ASHLAND — Country singer Chase Rice’s next scheduled stop on his tour is set for Friday in Ashland, and its host, Paramount Arts Center, says it will be much different from his last stop.
HUNTINGTON – For the second time in a two-week stretch, Herd That is facing an opponent switch in the first round of The Basketball Tournament due to COVID-19.
RIO GRANDE, Ohio — University of Rio Grande women’s basketball standout and former Wheelersburg High School star Sydney Holden has been named the school’s Female Athlete of the Year for the 2019-20 academic year.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Throughout the summer, The Herald-Dispatch will look at how local former high school stars performed with their college teams. Following is a review of some student-athletes from the West Virginia State University football team:
“When in the course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature’s God entitle them, a decent …
HUNTINGTON — Appalachian Power is taking the first steps toward supplying potential commercial and industrial customers with the solar power they say they want.
- Cabell Huntington trauma, ortho intake suspended after COVID-19 exposure
- Employee at Kroger in Huntington’s West End tests positive for COVID-19
- Cries for police reform hit locally as trial approaches for black man hospitalized after police encounter
- Local tattoo shop combats hate with free coverups
- Business Beat: Husson’s Pizza closes Huntington location; Marshall may use property for business college project
- More than 450 in Cabell County tested for COVID-19
- Huntington developer targets abandoned houses for new construction
- Hurricane teen jailed for threats made after police citations
- Central Hardware and Furniture to purchase former S.S. Kresge building
- Employee at Sheetz in Huntington tests positive for COVID-19
- Photos: Wayne High School commencement
- Photos: Cabell Midland Graduation 2020
- Photos: Fairland High School conducts 71st Commencement
- Photos: Camden Park opens for 2020 season
- Photos: Spring Valley High School conducts 22nd annual commencement
- Photos: Frostop Drive-In’s iconic mug returns
- Photos: Huntington High Graduation 2020
- Photo: Herd That prepares for TBT
- Photos: Tolsia High School Prom Grand March
- Photos: Cubs vs. Dodgers, Ceredo-Kenova Little League Baseball