ASHLAND — Holly Forbes has returned home from her time as one of the Top 10 contestants on the current season of “The Voice,” but she has no plans to slow down just yet.
- Local ‘Voice’ contestant joins tour, sets performance dates
- Tour offers candlelit view of Ironton churches
- After long wait, Milton girl receives new heart
- Barboursville fitness center supporting youth in foster care
- Adams Avenue curb ramp project awarded bid
- Cabell Midland band among performers during Joyful Night celebration
- Voter rights groups sue over Ohio GOP’s congressional map
CHARLESTON — West Virginia will soon record 300,000 COVID-19 cases since the beginning of the pandemic, as new and active cases continue to inch up in the state.
HUNTINGTON — The Cabell-Huntington Health Department is partnering with Cabell County Schools to offer first and second doses of COVID-19 vaccine at middle schools beginning Monday, Dec. 6, according to a news release.
NEW YORK (AP) — Just a day after the U.S. announced its first case of the omicron variant of the coronavirus had been detected in California, health officials announced Thursday it was found in a man who attended an anime convention in New York City in late November.
ONA — Cabell Midland High School Collegium Musicum, under the direction of Ed Harkless, will present the 28th annual Christmas Madrigal Dinner at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Dec. 10-11, in the school cafeteria.
Eliot Parker has a new book! Sorry, I always feel like I need to make sure everyone knows when Eliot releases a book. Because, trust me, you don’t want to miss it. This time he’s back with a new Stacy Tavitt thriller, “A Final Call.”
DEAR JILL: I would like to know how many Sunday newspapers you recommend I get each week. A store near me sells them for a dollar, and sometimes I buy an extra one because if I use just one single $1 coupon, then I feel that I’ve paid for the cost of the paper.
CHESAPEAKE, Ohio — Not many nights a basketball team cans more three-point shots than twos.
Obinna Anochili-Killen was on a mission.
Marshall's football team will find out its bowl destination on Sunday afternoon following the conclusion of the College Football Playoff Selection Show, which starts at noon. Here is a look at some potential destinations for the Herd.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said Thursday that the administration’s goal for offshore wind and the projects being developed now represent a “gust of job growth throughout the country.”
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- Arrest warrant issued for replacement worker at Cabell Huntington Hospital
- A dentist became a top opioid buyer in W.Va. Now a drug firm faces penalty for ignoring red flags
- Drug charges against ex-Marshall football player dropped
- ALEXIS “LEXI” KAY MASSIE
- Lyzenga leaves a legacy of peace, love and music
- Ironton man sentenced to prison on trespassing charge
- Prep sports notebook: Former Coal Grove star makes NFL debut
- Progress made in Special Metals strike negotiations, officials report
- Dingess’ analysis of state title game is it’s a tossup
- Union members OK new contract offer from Cabell Huntington Hospital
- Photos: Barboursville Christmas Parade
- Photos: Ritter Park Christmas display lighting
- Photos: City of Huntington Tree Lighting Ceremony
- Photos: Huntington Dance Theatre rehearses for "The Nutcracker"
- Photos: Readers' deer photos 2021
- Photos: Martinsburg tops Huntington, 62-21 in Class AAA championship
- Photos: Polar Express viewing and dinner with Santa at the Venetian Estate
- Photos: 2021 Ironton Christmas Parade
- Photos: St. Joe vs. Raceland, girls basketball
- Photos: South Point vs. Fairland, girls basketball