HUNTINGTON — Four candidates have their hat in the ring for the Cabell County Division 4 magistrate seat, a countywide, nonpartisan race.
- Four candidates vie for Cabell County Division 4 magistrate seat
- Blighted area targeted by Lawrence County officials
- Lawrence County fair canceled for 2020
- Funding sought for Ohio road projects
- Police roundup: Huntington woman facing first-degree arson charge
- NCAA extends recruiting dead period through July
- KHSAA to allow limited meetings for H.S. teams starting June 1
ROME TOWNSHIP, Ohio — The Lawrence County Fair board has agreed to cancel this year’s fair in July due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Commissioner Freddie Hayes Jr.
HUNTINGTON — Cabell Huntington Hospital Family Urgent Care Center, located at 2 Stonecrest Drive in Huntington, will reopen Friday, May 29. Hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
WASHINGTON — The IRS has to explain, yet again, a snafu in issuing stimulus payments.
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- Family, friends honor 16-year-old shooting victim with candlelight vigil
- JOHN WILLIAM SCARBERRY JR.
- The Bodega Market and Cafe up for sale, facing uncertain future
- Nitro Police captain completes FBI Academy
- KATE MELEA NEWMAN
- Kentucky students eligible for up to $313 in emergency food benefits
- Tanning salons added to fourth phase of opening
- Study estimates 24 states still have uncontrolled coronavirus spread
- TAYLA JO JOHNSON
- Police roundup: Ironton man jailed on drug-trafficking charges after meth, fentanyl found at residence
- Photos: Candlelight vigil for Tayla Johnson
- Photos: Cabell Midland Class of 2020 parade
- Photos: Railroad ties catch fire at CSX in Huntington.
- Photos: 152nd Ironton-Lawrence County Memorial Day Parade
- Photos: Opening Day Races at Ona Speedway
- Photos: Huntington Middle School 8th Grade Parade Celebration
- Photos: The pandemic in pictures
- Photos: Southside Elementary celebrates last day of school
- Photos: Village of Barboursville Elementary 5th-grade graduation parade
- Photos: Covenant School mobile kindergarten graduations