IRONTON — Ohio seniors and disabled veterans could see a break on their taxes in upcoming years if a bill co-sponsored by State Rep. Jason Stephens is approved by the state legislature.
- Bill could cut taxes for Ohio seniors, disabled veterans
- Photos: High school basketball, KY-WV Shootout
- Ashland's KY-WV Shootout offers unique recruiting opportunities
- Marathon donates $10,000 to A.D. Lewis Community Center education program
- Police roundup: Men arrested for firing shots at Marcum Terrace
- HPD seeks information regarding attack on three juveniles
- Friday night obituary update
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — The number of Kentuckians vying for lucrative prizes tied to getting the COVID-19 vaccine continues to grow, Gov. Andy Beshear said.
CHARLESTON — On Thursday, Dr. Clay Marsh urged West Virginia residents to avoid becoming complacent about COVID-19, even with the easing of restrictions and as the number of new daily cases fell below 100.
MORGANTOWN — West Virginia University is joining the coronavirus vaccine giveaway sweepstakes, offering an incentive program for students and employees who have verified they’ve received their COVID-19 shots.
HUNTINGTON — Marshall University will welcome Cicero Fain III, Ph.D., as a new Visiting Diversity Scholar beginning Aug. 2.
“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.” — Marcel Proust
Spend any time in front of the television, and you’ll be overwhelmed by advertisements and the endless choices of chicken nuggets.
SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. — It wasn’t the splurge of points fans witnessed in the last North-South All-Star Game. In fact, defense proved to be the deciding factor.
INSTITUTE, W.Va. — John Covert looks the part of a VMI Keydet.
For a game that tilts a lot of its rules toward the offenses, the WCHS-TV/Fox 11 North-South All-Star Football Classic has almost routinely become a defensive struggle.
VERSAILLES, Ky. — The Workforce Solutions teams from the 16 colleges of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) are offering a free informational session to Kentucky businesses.
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- ANDREA LYNN ROY
- KAYLA NICOLE BLEDSOE
- Drug court returns to in-person graduations with joyous celebration
- Brumfields combine for 875 baseball victories
- Ward's greatness on and off field remembered at C-K
- Planned MU baseball stadium could open ahead of 2024 season
- Highlanders standouts commit to colleges
- TERESA SUSAN EVANS
- Expert notes red flags in top 1% of Cabell prescribers with data distributors could have accessed
- Athletic report finds lack of revenue affects department success
- Photos: Five graduate from Cabell County Drug Court
- Photos: Drag Me to Brunch Picnic Edition
- Photos: Little League Baseball, Ona-Milton vs. Huntington
- Photos: C-K community celebrates the life of Carl K. Ward
- Photos: Cabell Midland softball wins Class AAA, Region IV title
- Photos: The Addams Family the Musical at Ritter Park
- Photos: Old Central City Days returns for 30th anniversary
- Photos: Final round of the Bettinardi Classic
- Photos: Art in the Park
- Photos: Marshall men's basketball Herd Camp