The following obituaries have been provided by local funeral homes. Read our daily updates at 12:30, 2:30 and 4:30 p.m., and our complete obituaries in The Herald-Dispatch on Friday and at www.herald-dispatch.com.
- Needle felting creative workshop offered for seniors
- Thursday morning obituary update
- Renovations begin at travel plazas on West Virginia Turnpike
- Phil’s Groundhog Day prediction: 6 more weeks of winter
- WV House wants MU, WVU to explore nuclear potential
- WV Legislature advances recovery industry regulation bills
- Kenova man pleads guilty to drug trafficking
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden informed Congress on Monday that he will end the twin national emergencies for addressing COVID-19 on May 11, as most of the world has returned closer to normalcy nearly three years after they were first declared.
HUNTINGTON — The Cabell-Huntington Board of Health discussed COVID-19 data from December and January during its meeting Wednesday.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice tested positive for the coronavirus Tuesday, hours after he met with West Virginia University athletic director Wren Baker and Hall of Fame basketball coach Bob Huggins, the governor’s office said.
CHARLESTON — One of the joys of being a fan is digging into the lore of a book, television show or movie and learning about all the background, behind-the-scenes stuff.
The Super Bowl is traditionally one of the busiest nights of the year for bars, and nestled in Dunbar is one of West Virginia's premier sports bars.
I was sure that Joel McHale plus mishaps with out-of-control animals would equal lots of laughs. But as happens most times I try to work math equations, I was wrong. However, that doesn’t mean FOX’s “Animal Control” isn’t worth watching, as what it lacks in laugh-out-loud comedy, it more tha…
An untimely defensive personal foul leading directly to a season-ending field goal?
MORGANTOWN — Following another standout running season, Morgantown High senior Irene Riggs has been awarded a second straight McCoy Award by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association.
HUNTINGTON — Four is the magic number for Marshall University’s women’s basketball team.
A year ago, students attending Cabell County public schools were required to wear masks. Most people in the area had decided the COVID-19 pandemic was behind them, but school officials clung to their mask policy.
HUNTINGTON — Saunders Lawn Care in Huntington started in 1991 with one truck and one lawn mower, according to owner Stephen Saunders.
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- Marshall student found dead on campus; foul play, substance use not suspected
- Nucor working through permit process, actively hiring
- Marshall IDs student found dead in residence hall Sunday
- Anna Marie Archer
- George Carl Sr. Lambros
- Cannabis company acquires 100,000 square feet facility from HADCO
- State Police executes warrant on Hot Cup in downtown Logan
- WSAZ Invitational coming down to crunch time
- Lost Huntington: C-K High School
- WV Senate passes bill to change vehicle inspections to every two years
- Photos: WSAZ Invitational Wrestling Tournament, Friday
- Photos: WSAZ Invitational Wrestling Tournament, Saturday
- Photos: Unity walk at Ritter Park
- Photos: Spring Valley vs. Cabell Midland, girls basketball
- Photos: MSAC swim meet at the Cam Henderson Center
- Photos: Firefighter vehicle extrication training
- Photos: Boys basketball, Chesapeake vs. Ironton
- Photos: Marshall men's basketball team takes on Georgia State
- Photos: Cabell Midland vs. Spring Valley, boys basketball
- Photos: Cincinnati Reds Caravan stops at the Huntington Mall