- Photos: Marshall baseball vs. Florida Atlantic, regular-season finale
- British Invasion greets guests at St. Mary’s Gala
- Photos: Day of Hope
- Valleyball makes its return on July 9-10
- Fishing derby draws kids of all ages to Lake Vesuvius
- Kiwanis Club welcomes return of Pancake Festival, celebrates life of longtime member
- COVID-19, shootings: Is mass death now tolerated in America?
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — After mass shootings killed and wounded people grocery shopping, going to church and simply living their lives last weekend, the nation marked a milestone of 1 million deaths from COVID-19. The number, once unthinkable, is now an irreversible reality in the United States —…
CHARLESTON — West Virginia reported 713 new COVID-19 cases Friday as active cases increased to 2,296. That’s 217 more active cases than were reported Thursday and the most active cases the state has seen since Feb. 24, according to the Department of Health and Human Resources’ virus dashboard.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia reported 860 new COVID-19 cases Thursday as active cases increased to 2,079.
Sports, theater, science and nature — no matter what interest a child has, chances are there is a summer camp for them. For COVID-19 precautions, check the camp websites. To submit a summer camp, email the details to email@example.com.
HUNTINGTON — There have been many events delayed over the past two years because of COVID-19, and this weekend marks the return of the Biennial Juried Arts Exhibition after a four-year absence.
“Humidity notwithstanding, summer seems to bring out the best of Cincinnati.” — Bill Dedman
WEST LIBERTY, Ky. -- Kyli Kouns went 3 for 3 with a double and three runs batted in as Boyd County routed host Morgan County 15-1 in the 16th Region high school softball tournament Saturday.
SOUTH POINT, Ohio – There’s going away to college and then there’s what Mason Kazee is doing.
Jeff Waggoner gazed across the diamond, absorbing all the nuances of George Smailes Field at the YMCA Kennedy Center and then spoke a single, quizzical word.
Deep in the bowels of humanity, scurrying about its bottommost layer in darkness and fumes of fetid effluvia, beneath layers of lawyers, tax collectors, journalists, fraud artists, Hallmark movie stars, politicians and others similarly vile, the rot of the species clings like dung to a heel.
ELLABELL, Ga. — Hyundai Motor Group confirmed Friday the company will spend $5.5 billion on a huge electric vehicle plant near Savannah that will employ thousands — a deal Georgia’s governor called the largest economic development project in the state’s history.
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- Noah Thompson returns to hometown as 'American Idol' finalist
- Dreamland Pool needs lifeguards; concession, maintenance workers
- Children's museum location announced in Huntington's West End
- Nucor applies for permit to build Ohio River barge dock
- Chesapeake brings Ater home from Wheelersburg
- As retirement nears, Cooley reflects on life at Marshall University
- Huntington Cabell Wayne Animal Shelter in need of people to adopt, foster dogs
- Proctorville car show honors life of high school student
- Marshall’s Tamar Slay resigns from position as Herd’s assistant coach
- Destiny Kay Smith
- Photos: American Idol finalist Noah Thompson returns home for a parade and free concert
- Photos: Cabell Midland High School prom
- Photos: Memorial car and bike show honors Isaac Williams
- Photos: Star Wars Weekend in downtown Huntington
- Photos: Spring Tea at The Lawrence County Museum
- Photos: Spring Hill Elementary Principal Pamela Bailey honored during retirement celebration
- Photos: Fifth Avenue Baptist conducts meal packing event
- Photos: 'Snuggle and Read' program at Highlawn Elementary School
- Photos: Grace Christian School 2022 Commencement Exercises
- Photos: Cabell Midland baseball tops Spring Valley in sectional championship