HUNTINGTON - Police are searching for a male suspect who allegedly stabbed another man outside of a homeless shelter on 4th Avenue in downtown Huntington on Thursday.
Let’s make a stew! You can make a stew out of anything, and for this chicken-centric, California take on the classic chicken stew, you don’t need much time to bring this lovely dish to the table.
HUNTINGTON — When summertime gets closer to its end and the last of the warm winds blow in over the mighty Ohio River, that is when downtown Huntington comes alive with the 36th annual Chilifest and the West Virginia State Chili Championship.
CHARLESTON - There's no shortage of great burgers in the Tri-State, but one Charleston pub offers one that's truly gonzo.
Pick up a copy of all the other fall TV previews out there, and you'll see a lot of shows from cable channels and streaming services. But for me, the new fall TV season has always been and should always be about the broadcast networks. So that's where I keep my focus.
Come on down to Heritage Farms for this year's Mountain Games on Saturday, Sep. 21, and claim your heritage doing the things your great grandparents did to survive the hot summers and cold winters in the mountains and hollers of West Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio.
Bluestone Resources Inc. announced this week that improved market conditions will allow it to reopen the Pinnacle Preparation Plant in Wyoming County, West Virginia, and rehire many of the impacted workers.
HUNTINGTON - Nomada Bakery, a locally owned and operated artisan bakery, has opened in the Visitors Center at Heritage Station.
HONG KONG — Lee Cheuk-yan, unlike most Americans, remembers and reveres Lane Kirkland, a hero of the first Cold War. During 16 years as leader of the AFL-CIO, 1979-95, Kirkland gave crucial support, both material and moral, to Lech Walesa and the Solidarity movement in Poland, where it was a…
MORGANTOWN - Briason Mays had been waiting, patiently, for a chance to show off what he can do on the football field for West Virginia University.
SPRING VALLEY - Cabell Midland girls soccer star Emilie Charles recorded three goals in the first half and the Knights added four more goals in the second half in defeating Spring Valley 7-1 Thursday in a Mountain State Athletic Conference game at the Wolves Den.