- Pearl Harbor victims remembered through annual ceremony
- Tuesday afternoon obituary update
- Report: West Virginia unemployment fraud totals $83 million
- Gallery: Historical Pearl Harbor photos
- 101-year-old returns to Pearl Harbor to remember those lost
- Ohio health officials warn of uptick in counterfeit pill sales
- Grant to further employment opportunities for people with disabilities
A rush of vaccine-seeking customers and staff shortages are squeezing drugstores across the U.S., leading to frazzled workers and temporary pharmacy closures. Drugstores are normally busy this time of year with flu shots and other vaccines, but now pharmacists are doling out a growing number…
CHARLESTON — West Virginia will soon record 300,000 COVID-19 cases since the beginning of the pandemic, as new and active cases continue to inch up in the state.
CHARLESTON — Active COVID-19 cases in West Virginia topped 7,000 again Thursday and, for the second day in a row, there were more than 1,000 new cases reported in the state.
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.
Editor’s Note: This is the 421st in a series of articles recalling vanished Huntington scenes.
Eliot Parker has a new book! Sorry, I always feel like I need to make sure everyone knows when Eliot releases a book. Because, trust me, you don’t want to miss it. This time he’s back with a new Stacy Tavitt thriller, “A Final Call.”
HUNTINGTON — Three players from Ironton, one from Wheelersburg and one from Gallia Academy earned All-Ohio honors in high school football on Tuesday.
In a week full of finals week tests for Marshall's players, the Thundering Herd is hoping Wednesday's 7 p.m. contest doesn't provide another when they host NAIA member Bluefield University at Cam Henderson Center.
COAL GROVE, Ohio -- Coal Grove outscored Rock Hill 13-2 in overtime to win a key Ohio Valley Conference high school girls basketball game 59-48.
In summer 1965 (eons ago, I realize), vacationing in coastal Georgia, my then-wife and I happened through the small city of Brunswick and somehow took to exploring a churchyard redolent with flowers and bushes. While my wife admired the white clapboard façade of the church, I wandered into t…
DALLAS — American Airlines CEO Doug Parker will retire in March and be replaced by its current president, Robert Isom, as the airline seeks to rebuild after massive losses caused by the pandemic.
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- A dentist became a top opioid buyer in W.Va. Now a drug firm faces penalty for ignoring red flags
- West Virginia State Police to conduct sobriety checkpoint
- Drug charges against ex-Marshall football player dropped
- ALEXIS “LEXI” KAY MASSIE
- Martinsburg routs Huntington High, 62-21
- Cannabis education center in Huntington ready to open
- Arrest warrant issued for replacement worker at Cabell Huntington Hospital
- Herd bowl announcement to come Sunday
- After long wait, Milton girl receives new heart
- Progress made in Special Metals strike negotiations, officials report
- Photos: Ritter Park Christmas display lighting
- Photos: Barboursville Christmas Parade
- Photos: Christmas with a Cause 2021
- Photos: Martinsburg tops Huntington, 62-21 in Class AAA championship
- Photos: Readers' deer photos 2021
- Photos: Huntington Dance Theatre rehearses for "The Nutcracker"
- Photos: City of Huntington Tree Lighting Ceremony
- Photos: King of the Mountain State at Mountain Health Arena
- Photos: Best of November
- Photos: St. Joe vs. Raceland, girls basketball