HUNTINGTON — The Huntington Museum of Art will open its doors free of charge to all Museum Day ticketholders Saturday, Sept. 18, as part of Smithsonian magazine’s 17th annual Museum Day.
- Herd women's soccer falls in OT, 2-1
- Photos: Marshall vs. WKU, women's soccer
- Photos: Barboursville Fall Fest Parade
- Museum of Art to participate in Smithsonian magazine’s annual free Museum Day
- Herd needs start fast vs. ECU
- First fall ‘Walks with the Mayor’ announced
- Outbreaks strand some students at home with minimal learning
RALEIGH, N.C. — Within his first week back at school after a year and a half, 7-year-old Ben Medlin was exposed to a classmate with COVID-19, and he was sent home, along with 7,000 other students in the district, for 14 days of quarantine.
CHARLESTON — Despite encouragement from West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice to move forward, concerns were raised about the safety of Bridge Day returning in 2021, bringing with it tens of thousands of visitors to Fayette County.
HUNTINGTON — Three Cabell County residents were among the 35 virus-related deaths reported in West Virginia on Wednesday.
Fred Dolin opened his first barbecue restaurant “The Pink Pig” in Fayetteville in June 2020. Despite all the challenges involved in opening a restaurant, particularly during a pandemic, the barbecue joint was a smoking success.
Ray Carney is the kind of outlaw you want to root for because he’s kind, generous, loves his wife and family, and is “only slightly bent when it came to being crooked.” He’s the hard-working, upwardly aspirational anti-hero of “Harlem Shuffle,” Colson Whitehead’s loving homage to noir fictio…
HUNTINGTON — The “Appalachian Soul Man” Aristotle Jones is back with two new singles to close out the summer of 2021.
Marshall's women's soccer team took reigning C-USA East Division champ Western Kentucky to overtime, but the Hilltoppers scored 23 seconds into the extra session to earn a 2-1 win on Thursday at Hoops Family Field.
IRONTON — Ironton St. Joe (3-2) celebrated Senior Night by walloping Portsmouth Clay 8-0 Wednesday in boys high school soccer.
HUNTINGTON — Few high school football teams are happy to see Coal Grove lined up across from them, but the Chesapeake Panthers are thrilled to see anyone.
Longtime Huntington residents or visitors might have a difficult time imagining 3rd Avenue without the large buildings of the former ACF factory looming over it, but that time is coming.
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- Historic Herald-Dispatch building sells for $330,000 at auction
- Community members shaken by death of Logan County woman found in garbage truck
- Huntington hospitals reach all-time high level of COVID patients
- Tri-State residents protest vaccine mandates
- Man sentenced in Cabell sexual assault case
- Chuck Landon: Karma strikes the AAC
- 2001 Herd remembers the past, optimistic for the future
- MATTHEW CHAD WARNER
- HADCO reaches deal with medical cannabis company
- Chuck Landon: Door to Sun Belt is open
- Photos: Herd fans tailgate for home opener
- Photos: Marshall defeats North Carolina Central, 44-10
- Photos: Huntington defeats Cabell Midland, 21-17
- Photos: Protesters rally against vaccine mandates
- Photos: Ironton vs. Cincinnati Moeller, high school football
- Photos: Marshall Sustainability Department opens new thrift store
- Photos: Patriot Day observance at Spring Hill Cemetery
- Photos: Monument dedicated to public service in Kenova
- Photo: Beekeeping class at The Wild Ramp
- Photos: Historic Herald-Dispatch building sells at auction