WAYNE — The West Virginia State Fire Marshal’s Office is requesting help from the public regarding a May 2018 double homicide in Wayne County with a $10,000 reward.
- Photos: April Dawn Park splash pad
- Police roundup: $10K reward offered for information on fatal Wayne County fire
- Photos: Wright Family Build wall-raising ceremony
- Photos: Cabell Midland vs. Hurricane, baseball
- Ohio Supreme Court weighs end of $300 weekly unemployment payment
- W.Va. governor being treated for possible Lyme disease
- HHS teacher accused of soliciting minor
COLUMBUS, Ohio — In June 2021, Gov. Mike DeWine ended Ohio’s participation in a federal pandemic unemployment aid program ahead of a government deadline for stopping the payments.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia reported 641 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday as active cases decreased to 2,157. That’s 79 fewer active cases than were reported Tuesday, according to the Department of Health and Human Resources’ coronavirus dashboard.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia reported 548 new COVID-19 cases Tuesday as active cases decreased to 2,236. That’s 265 fewer cases than were reported Monday, according to the Department of Health and Human Resources’ pandemic dashboard.
Sports, theater, science and nature — no matter what interest a child has, chances are there is a summer camp for them. For COVID-19 precautions, check the camp websites. To submit a summer camp, email the details to email@example.com.
HUNTINGTON — The Woman’s Club of Huntington dedicated its 16th tree in Ritter Park on Earth Day, April 22. The Autumn Glory maple was added to the trees that were placed in the park by the Woman’s Club of Huntington every year since 2006.
Editor’s Note: This is the 445th in a series of articles recalling vanished Huntington scenes.
League tri-champions Ironton, Rock Hill and Portsmouth placed four players apiece on the All-Ohio Valley Conference high school softball first team.
LESAGE -- Playing partners Jerry Johnson and George White each beat their ages in rounds of golf Tuesday at the Riviera Country Club.
Nothing was the same.
West Virginia’s emergency medical services have a problem shared by many employers across the Mountain State. They’re having a tough time finding people to work.
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- Noah Thompson returns to hometown as 'American Idol' finalist
- Noah Thompson named the newest ‘American Idol’
- British Invasion greets guests at St. Mary’s Gala
- Marshall’s Tamar Slay resigns from position as Herd’s assistant coach
- Dreamland Pool expected to open Memorial Day on limited schedule
- Noah Thompson to sing for chance at ‘American Idol’ title
- Summer Camps for Kids 2022
- Cabell Midland strings, stagecraft teacher retires, shares lifetime of music
- Police roundup: Huntington man dies in head-on crash
- Former St. Joe coach Lewis takes job in Tennessee
- Photos: St. Mary's Gala
- Photos: Cabell Midland High School prom
- Photos: American Idol finalist Noah Thompson returns home for a parade and free concert
- Photos: Fairfield community reveals mural at Unlimited Future Inc.
- Photos: Tri-State Star Students 2022
- Photos: Heritage Farm's new Mountain Rim Bike Park
- Photos: Grace Christian School 2022 Commencement Exercises
- Photos: Girls on the Run Celebration 5K
- Photos: Pancake Festival
- Photos: Spring Hill Elementary Principal Pamela Bailey honored during retirement celebration