HUNTINGTON — A high bond was set for a local teenager after he was accused of stabbing two women along 29th Street in Huntington early Wednesday morning.
The wonderful downtown music and arts scene at The Marigold is going strong on 4th Avenue. Proving that forward-thinking and talented musicians and artists can make edgy and hip creations in a sober all-ages environment, the venue continues to thrive.
The weather has grown cold and the dark night comes earlier in the evening these days, but that is when the season’s festivities add luster and light and fun to our surroundings. Thanksgiving Day is nearly upon us and Christmas is in the air, and two holiday traditions in the Tri-State are a…
HURRICANE, W.Va. — There’s a new coffee shop in Hurricane that’s brewing up more than just a good cup of joe. Located in the former home of the original Books and Brews, Drip’s Cafe on Main serves up custom-made sandwiches and salads as well as a different dinner special on weekdays.
SOPHOMORE ALBUM: Luke Combs’ highly anticipated sophomore album, “What You See Is What You Get,” debuted at No. 1 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart this week. The new album, which dropped on Nov. 8, moved 172,000 equivalent units, according to Nielsen Music.
Town Mountain makes its return to the Tri-State this weekend with another raucous show at the V Club on Saturday. Known as the purveyors of swagger-grass, a version of bluegrass music that stays true to the original intent of the genre while adding in a honky tonk groove to it, the band’s sh…
NEW YORK — Target is bursting into the critical holiday season with strong third-quarter earnings as the company pushes faster delivery and invests heavily in stores and on new fashion brands.
NEW YORK — Lowe's third-quarter profit handily topped Wall Street's view, thanks in part to the strong economy and sales to contractors. The home-improvement company boosted its full-year adjusted earnings outlook.
West Virginia University junior forward Gabe Osabuohien has been approved for an eligibility waiver by the NCAA and can immediately begin to play with the Mountaineers, the school announced Wednesday.
The guys in the trenches often don’t get enough love when it comes to attention from football fans, but for Colton McKivitz and Reese Donahue, this Saturday will be all about love.