- Huntington to enforce fireworks safety
- School clothing allowance applications open July 1
- Basketball camp teaches game skills, sportsmanship
- ‘Silicon Heartland’ boon for Ohio, but families mourn homes
- Kanawha health department ends free COVID testing
- Huntington ‘money mule’ sentenced in fraud case
- Police roundup: Arson, auto theft included among HPD reports
CHARLESTON — The Kanawha-Charleston Health Department announced Tuesday it will start billing private insurance companies for any COVID-19 tests administered at the agency, beginning July 1.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia reported 1,350 new COVID-19 cases Monday as active cases decreased to 2,060. That’s 75 fewer active cases than were reported on Friday, according to the Department of Health and Human Resources’ coronavirus dashboard.
For the first time since her daughter was born in October 2020, Morgantown photographer Jodi Hollingshead knows the comfort of COVID-19 vaccines being available for children 6 months and older.
Editor’s Note: This is the 450th in a series of articles recalling vanished Huntington scenes.
With COVID-19 restrictions easing up, many people are looking forward to fun festivals this summer. As usual, scammers are finding ways to take advantage of the building excitement. This time, they are cashing in with phony tickets—and even fake events.
CHARLESTON — The following events happened on these dates in West Virginia history. To read more, go to e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia at www.wvencyclopedia.org.
The life and career of a traveling outdoorsman who has dedicated a career and livelihood in the out-of-doors space sounds wonderful and exciting.
Editor’s note: This is the fifth installment in a 12-part series looking at Marshall football’s 2022 opponents. Marshall wraps up its nonconference portion of the schedule in Week 5, welcoming the Gardner-Webb Runnin’ Bulldogs to Huntington.
PINEHURST, N.C. — Cabell Midland High School golfer Taylor Sargent moved up six spots to 35th Tuesday in the girls National High School Golf Association championship at the Pinehurst Resort.
This year Ohio will not execute any prisoners on Death Row. That decision became official last week when Gov. Mike DeWine postponed the last execution that was scheduled for the year.
CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — Clarksburg-based WV News said Tuesday it is acquiring the Point Pleasant Register in West Virginia and the Gallipolis Daily Tribune and the Pomeroy Daily Sentinel in Ohio from AIM Media Midwest.
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- BUSINESS BEAT: Olive Garden coming to Ashland Town Center
- Four new retail stores under construction at Tanyard Station
- Marshall baseball stadium project moves forward with board vote
- New site, strict timeline give hope for Marshall baseball stadium
- Police roundup: Man accused of threatening to ‘shoot up’ Huntington City Mission
- John Kyle and Betty Sue Kinzer
- Jonathan Paul Blake
- Chuck Landon: Huff hurls gauntlet at Herd fans
- Family seeks privacy as Woody Williams ‘lives out his last days’
- Betty Foard
- Photos: Loud & Proud celebration
- Photos: Picnic with the Pops “Broadway and Beyond”
- Photos: Protesters march in Huntington
- Photos: Pet adoption event at Kroger in Barboursville
- Photos: Heritage Concert Series features City Heat
- Photos: Michael Jackson Tribute Paint & Sip class
- Photos: Amateur Radio Field Day
- Photos: Marshall celebrates 50-year anniversary of Title IX
- Photos: Natsu No Tsubasacon picnic
- Photos: RCBI Maker Camp