WASHINGTON — Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the second woman to serve on the high court and a legal pioneer for gender equality whose fierce opinions as a justice made her a hero to the left, died Sept. 18 at her home in Washington. She was 87.
- Body recovered near Camden Park
- Photos: The President’s Master Quoits Tournament
- MU professor put on leave after offensive statement about Trump voters during class
- Friday afternoon obituary update
- Friday morning obituary update
- AAA tells drivers: Don't hang your masks on vehicle mirrors
- Bishop offers blessing for physicians, staff at St. Mary’s
HUNTINGTON — Window obstructions can cause a safety hazard for motorists and pedestrians — that's why AAA East Central is reminding drivers that hanging items from a rear-view mirror, including protective masks, is a safety hazard.
CHARLESTON — A judge has selected a date to hear oral arguments concerning the legality of the color-coded school reopening map and the reconvening of the West Virginia Legislature.
WINFIELD, W.Va. — A lawsuit filed in Putnam County Circuit Court on Wednesday asks a judge to order Putnam County Schools to reopen their doors and allow athletic programs to continue.
“In a time of drastic change, it is the learners who inherit the future.” — Eric Hoffer
We’re back to school, trekking through the first few days of online home school, which is kind of like learning to roller skate except 50 times harder.
HUNTINGTON — First opening in 2012, Le Bistro is a French-inspired restaurant offering an elegant dining experience and one of the best wine selections in town. The business was expanded in 2015 to add The Cellar Door, a separate bar and tapas room.
SOUTH POINT, Ohio --Braylon Balandra scored three goals and assisted on one to help South Point (6-3-1 overall, 5-1-1 Ohio Valley Conference) to a 6-2 victory over Chesapeake in boys soccer.
HUNTINGTON -- The Huntington High-Wayne Cross Country Invitational is scheduled for Saturday in two locations.
COAL GROVE, Ohio — Gallia Academy's football game Friday at Coal Grove was postponed. Officials from both schools cited health and safety concerns. No makeup dates were announced.
HUNTINGTON — Huntington’s premier seafood market, Jewel City Seafood, closed for six months due to the coronavirus pandemic and will reopen Thursday.
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- STEPHEN MICHAEL ANDREW WARDEN
- ‘Pick-your-own’ pumpkin patch opens in Milton
- Motorcycle club does drive-by drop-off of needed school supplies
- Dispute over broadband grant erupts in Huntington
- After drop in crime, Huntington hopes to address ‘quality of life’ issues
- Huntington recovery program gets nearly $1M loan guarantee
- BUSINESS BEAT: Jewel City Seafood reopens today in downtown Huntington
- Third Cabell County I-64 widening project to begin
- Cabell Midland football player tests positive for COVID-19
- ALICE LYNN MOORE
- Photos: Protest at Mildred Mitchell-Bateman Hospital
- Photos: Fall activities in Milton
- Photos: Cabell Midland vs. Huntington, football
- Photos: Homeschool skate event at Skateland
- Photos: The Paramount Players present "Beehive: The 60's Musical"
- Photos: Run By the River Cross Country Meet
- Photos: Ironton vs. Coal Grove, football
- Photos: High School Soccer, Huntington High girls take on Cabell Midland
- Photos: Heritage Farm We Learn Wednesday Event
- Photos: The Healing Field