HUNTINGTON — Harmony House is asking for help and donations from the community after a fire Friday night left five apartments with “significant damage.”
- Harmony House seeks donations after fire at Vanity Fair apartment
- Victims of W.Va. helicopter crash identified
- Photos: Protesters march in Huntington
- Abortion foes, supporters map next moves after Roe reversal
- Photos: Pet adoption event at Kroger in Barboursville
- Photos: Natsu No Tsubasacon picnic
- Games, entertainment part of Pride Month event
Nearly 20 million lives were saved by COVID-19 vaccines during their first year, but even more deaths could have been prevented if international targets for the shots had been reached, researchers reported Thursday.
CHARLESTON — Two Cabell County residents were among the COVID-19-related deaths reported in West Virginia on Thursday.
HUNTINGTON — Valley Health announced Wednesday that COVID-19 vaccines are now available for children as young as 6 months at 10 locations throughout the region.
HUNTINGTON — June is LGBTQ Pride Month, and there is still time to celebrate as the final weekend approaches.
“With its dramatic overlook, Raven Rock has long been an attraction for area residents and visitors. Its history is legendary, with some stories placing, at various moments in time, Daniel Boone and Tecumseh at its edge, 500 feet above the Ohio River.” — Andrew Lee Feight, Ph.D.
Though it’s widely considered the face of health and fitness, salads do not have to be boring. In fact, I would venture to say the word “alluring” comes to mind when thinking about this summer dish.
BARBOURSVILLE — The result was the same for the second consecutive match for the WVFC 2009 girls Saturday morning.
Residents of the Charleston and Barboursville areas may be wondering why there’s been more out-of-state license plates than usual in the past two weeks.
Huntington Little League 8-10 All-Stars defeated Ona-Milton 10-0 in the West Virginia Little League District 1 championship game Thursday, June 23. The team advances to the state tournament, which begins July 8 in Logan. Team members are, from left, Coen White, Bode Ray, Micah Nicely, Christ…
I travel the globe each day through YouTube. Not all day long mind you, just when I sit down to relax. A live webcam (or cam) on my TV screen gives me a gateway to another world. I become a person in the crowd.
DALLAS — Airlines under scrutiny for widespread flight disruptions are renewing their criticism of the government agency that manages the nation’s airspace, saying that understaffing at the Federal Aviation Administration is “crippling” traffic along the East Coast.
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- Crews fight fire at Bare Arms Training Facility
- Clayton Matthews, son of former MU coach, dead at 42
- Motorcyclist dies in crash on Ohio River Road
- BUSINESS BEAT: Olive Garden coming to Ashland Town Center
- Singer-songwriter transitions into successful Huntington business owner
- 6 die in crash of Vietnam-era helicopter in West Virginia
- Marshall baseball stadium project moves forward with board vote
- The family who said 'yes:' Foster parents encourage others to consider children in need
- Police roundup: Man accused of threatening to ‘shoot up’ Huntington City Mission
- Ex-delegate Evans to serve prison time for Jan. 6 actions
- Photos: Fire at Bare Arms Training Facility
- Photos: Loud & Proud celebration
- Photos: Families spend first day of summer at Beech Fork Lake
- Photos: Father's Day in Huntington
- Photos: Junior Chef Camp at Huntington's Kitchen
- Photos: HART presents Disney's "The Descendants - The Musical"
- Photos: Marshall Football one-day camp, Sunday, June 19
- Photos: Marshall University’s Community Cares Week
- Photos: Marshall celebrates 50-year anniversary of Title IX
- Photos: 2nd Annual Juneteenth "Race for Equality" 5K Run/Walk