- Police roundup: Child abuse creating risk of injury listed among HPD reports
- Photos: Officials discuss plans for ACT Now's $62.8 million
- Testing three pawpaw recipes for the first time
- Pawpaw fruit delights all generations
- Monday night obituary update
- Library book sale to take place this weekend
- Super squash: 2,554-pound pumpkin carves out new US record
HUNTINGTON — The community transmission level of COVID-19 has dropped to “medium” for some counties in the region.
HUNTINGTON — The number of active cases of COVID-19 in West Virginia dropped below 2,000 last week.
HUNTINGTON — More than 40 deaths related to COVID-19 were reported across West Virginia last week.
I had never heard of pawpaw fruit before this September, so I made it my mission to find the best way to eat them.
HUNTINGTON — The Friends of the Cabell County Public Library will conduct a used book sale Friday and Saturday, Oct. 7 and 8, at the downtown library at 455 9th St. in Huntington. The sale will open at 10 a.m. and continue to 4 p.m. each day.
HUNTINGTON -- The First Baptist Church of Huntington celebrates its 150th anniversary this October. It is the oldest African American church in Huntington.
The only two remaining undefeated football teams in the Sun Belt Conference each received votes in both the USA Today Coaches Poll and Associated Press Top 25 poll this week.
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The three large-school football teams on the West Virginia side of the river in the Tri-State accomplished a rare feat Friday night.
MASON, W.Va. — A Mason County greenhouse is working with a nationwide effort to bring awareness to career opportunities in the agriculture, horticulture and floriculture fields.
- Huntington councilwoman wears ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ attire amid abortion ban
- Huntington Public Works director relieved of duties, city says
- Gift from state completes fundraising for Marshall baseball stadium
- Police roundup: Huntington man charged after child admitted to ER with burns
- Charles David Edmonds
- Son of former Herd great returning to Huntington with Gardner-Webb
- Herd 1992 reunion has a family feel
- The Haunted Majestic Family Fearpark now open through Halloween season
- Chuck Landon: MU needs to play Colombi at QB
- Street-sweeping concerns voiced in Huntington
- Photos: Marshall fans tailgate before Gardner-Webb game
- Photos: Huntington vs. Riverside, football
- Photos: Marshall tennis team hosts Play with the Herd event
- Photos: Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce's 2022 Member Trade Show
- Photos: Marshall football defeats Gardner-Webb 28-7
- Photos: "Recovery is Sweet" celebration
- Photos: Walk to End Epilepsy at Ritter Park
- Photos: Fairland vs. South Point, football
- Photos: Heritage Farm Museum and Village Fall Festival
- Photos: Marshall University receives $13.8 million for baseball stadium