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.
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- MU president outlines flight school growth to airport board members
- Marshall tennis team to host Play with the Herd event Friday
- Huntington Public Works director relieved of duties, city says
- Today: Justice to hold community rally against Amendment 2 in Huntington
- Video: Yo-Yo Ma enjoys West Virginia scenery, culture before concert in Wheeling
- Live Updates: 4-year-old girl offers mom courage during Ian
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.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — To stress the importance of getting the new COVID-19 booster, Kentucky's governor took the jab in public.
CHARLESTON — Pop music styles seem to have seasons — gradually shifting from simple, almost primitive songs to stylized, heavily produced arrangements and then back again.
LOST CREEK, W.Va. — The world-renowned American cellist Yo-Yo Ma has been visiting regions of the Mountain State this week.
Today, Thursday, Sept. 29, is national coffee day. Here are 11 places offering a special perk to honor the beverage.
Many years ago, I was invited by a mutual friend on a quail hunt in Alabama. Upon our arrival, I immediately noticed something that was obvious — there was serious momentum in that state for the bird, the habitat, hunting dogs, the hunting culture and heritage, and marketing of all things qu…
Portsmouth at Chesapeake appears to be key to the postseason for both teams.
MASON, W.Va. — Wahama’s Billy Zuspan was named high school baseball coach of the year by the West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission on Friday.
Every week, it seems, there is an announcement that the transition to electric vehicles is moving along. And each week there’s another warning that this transition has a myriad of economic and social costs that aren’t being talked about by the people pushing hardest for the change.
HUNTINGTON — On Friday, the Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce conducted a ribbon cutting for 160 Driving Academy to celebrate the grand opening of its Huntington branch location at 4341 U.S. 60 East.
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- UPDATE: Boy’s body recovered from Ohio River
- Huntington councilwoman wears ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ attire amid abortion ban
- Cabell County Commission hears update on Milton resort project
- Marshall football notebook: Bill Legg to coach Herd OL after Morrissey's exit
- Larry E. Jordan
- Herd offense stale in 16-7 loss to Troy
- Charles David Edmonds
- Chuck Landon: MU needs to play Colombi at QB
- W.Va. House 26 candidate: Dr. Sydnee Smirl McElroy (D)
- Two killed in Lawrence County crash
- Photos: Huntington vs. Capital, football
- Photos: Sam Adams 9th Street Live Oktoberfest
- Photos: Cabell Midland vs. Parkersburg, football
- Photos: 40th Greek Festival, Saturday
- Photos: Keep Kids Creative Week celebration
- Photos: Marshall men's soccer takes on WVU
- Photos: Mustang Constitution Day
- Photos: WVU football defeats Virginia Tech, 33-10
- Photos: Marshall vs. Troy, football
- Photos: Saturday KidsArt at HMA