HUNTINGTON — Huntington Stormwater Utility will soon begin making necessary upgrades to the city’s floodwall infrastructure after receiving $5.1 million from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA).
- Police roundup: Second Western Regional Jail inmate dead
- Huntington receives $5.1 million for floodwall upgrade projects
- Statewide drug tip line launched in West Virginia
- Victim identified in deadly motorcycle crash on Huntington bridge
- Downtown farmers market held every Wednesday and Saturday
- Cases of mosquito-borne disease starting to appear in south-central WV
- City parks provide a pandemic reprieve for visitors
HUNTINGTON — Two Huntington firefighters have tested positive for COVID-19 as of Monday.
With active cases remaining high around the state, Gov. Jim Justice this weekend extended the closure of bars in just Monongalia County.
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In the middle of a rainy afternoon, the crowd around Carnival Eats at the Riverwalk Plaza, in South Charleston, had thinned out. The tables on the sidewalk were full, but there was still a pair of empty tables inside the small eatery’s dining room.
Girl Scout Troop 31362 from Nichols Elementary School recently made and donated face masks to St. Mary’s Family Care Center and Davis Chiropractors in Barboursville. The Troop also donated five cases of Girl Scout cookies to St. Mary’s Medical Center and five cases to Cabell Huntington Hospi…
HUNTINGTON — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine signed on Saturday a second extension of an Ohio Department of Health order that continues to make it difficult for full-contact sports such as football and soccer to proceed.
HUNTINGTON — Welcome home — almost — Chad Pennington.
HUNTINGTON — Two former Marshall University and Major League pitchers defended Los Angeles Dodgers hurler Joe Kelly, who was suspended last week for throwing at, and taunting, Houston Astros batters.
Sunday’s announcement that Marathon Petroleum is selling its Speedway chain of convenience stores to the parent company of 7-Eleven wasn’t a surprise, but it remains a significant one for the Tri-State region.
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- Huntington woman jailed after pinning pedestrian with vehicle
- Man admits to traveling to Huntington to rape children
- Lawsuit filed after alleged abuse of Kellogg Elementary student recorded
- HD Media purchases new building in Huntington
- Chuck Landon: MU fans worried about losing 'The Union'
- MISHA CARNEY
- Chesapeake slip damages, threatens homes in area
- PAUL EDWIN DEMPSEY JR.
- Spring Valley to limit fan attendance at home football games
- Health Care Authority approves HIMG acquisition
- Photos: Marshall Football Practice, July 31
- Photos: Bhakti Vinyasa: Yoga in The Park
- Photos: South Point High School football practice
- Photos: Marshall University football team conducts indoors practice session
- Photos: Black Lives Matter march in downtown Huntington
- Photos: “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown”
- Photos: Marshall football practice, Aug. 3
- Photos: Magical World of GHPRD's Magic Show Finale
- Photos: The Wild Ramp Farmer's Market
- Photos: Mural project in Central City