BARBOURSVILLE — The following information was provided by booking records at the Western Regional Jail: Billy Joe Ferguson, Jr., 65, was incarcerated at 2 p.m. Sunday. Authorities in Cabell County charged him with failure to register as a sex offender.
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HUNTINGTON - United Bank's move to downtown Huntington was celebrated Thursday by company officials and others with a grand opening and a ribbon-cutting with the Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce. United Bank had announced in July it was opening a new office in the the first floor of 517 9th St. in the tall structure that has gone by various names previously, including the Robson Prichard Building, the Chafin Building, the Guaranty Bank Building and the First Sentry Bank Building. For a while, it housed the downtown branch of Fifth Third Bank.
Dave Yost is the elected attorney general of all Ohioans, but he refuses to demonstrate he gets what that means. He refuses to acknowledge his responsibilities to all of the state's people and to communities that have borne the brunt of both the cost and hurt of the opioid crisis.
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Ben Roethlisberger likes to point out that he's played through the end of every contract he's ever signed. It's tangible proof of the longtime Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback's commitment both to the game itself and the franchise he's led to a pair of Super Bowl titles.
Marshall 33, Ohio 31 — OFFENSE: B It faced a real gut-check moment when Ohio took a fourth-quarter lead. But it passed the test, literally, with a seven-play, 75-yard drive for the win. Yet, it can't keep disappearing in the third quarter. That could become problematic.