HUNTINGTON — Representing four states and nearly 30 high schools, marching bands from across the region descended on Huntington for the Tri-State Marching Championships held at Marshall University on Saturday.
- Area bands take the field for annual marching championships
- Fall Fest celebrates Appalachian heritage with music, storytelling
- Flannel fanatics gather for Ashland event
- 25 apply for intermediate court judge positions in W.Va.
- Photos: Marshall mens soccer vs. UAB Blazers
- Photos: Flannel Fest at the Ashland Town Center
- Photos: Tri-State Marching Championship
CHARLESTON — One day after West Virginia recorded its 4,000th COVID-19-related death, the number of active coronavirus cases in the state climbed back over 10,000 on Friday.
CHARLESTON — Under legislation proposed by West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice, employers who require COVID-19 vaccines for their workers would be required to allow for religious and medical exemptions to that mandate.
HUNTINGTON — More than 1,100 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in West Virginia on Wednesday.
HUNTINGTON — No. 3 Marshall kept sending shots towards UAB’s goal, but could get nothing past Blazers goalkeeper Seth Torman.
HUNTINGTON — The group of six men gathered at 4 p.m. Oct. 1 for a meal at Bellacino’s, had a few laughs, talked some football, then drove together to let 5,000 people yell at them.
ONA — When voters select the West Virginia High School girls soccer player of the year, they might do a doubletake at Olivia Charles’ statistics.
NEW YORK — Americans continued to spend at a solid clip in September even while facing sticker shock in grocery aisles, car lots and restaurants as snarled global supply chains slow the flow of goods.
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- Fan behavior leads to forfeit of JV football game
- Suspect in downtown Huntington shooting death arrested three years later
- Invasive spotted lanternflies found in fourth West Virginia county
- Ohio man sentenced in federal drug case
- Arrest made two years after man gunned down in driveway of Huntington home
- Police roundup: Driver accused of injuring one in hit-and-run outside Huntington bar
- Police called to picket lines at Special Metals
- Controversy continues regarding private employer COVID vaccine mandates
- Tri-State Trick-or-Treat times for 2021
- Chaffin new boys basketball coach at Spring Valley
- Photos: Spring Hill Cemetery guided tour
- Photos: Marshall conducts National Coming Out Day event
- Photos: Herd fans tailgate before Old Dominion game
- Photos: Marshall Institute for Cyber Security ribbon-cutting
- Photos: Rome Fire Prevention Parade
- Photos: West Virginia Pumpkin Festival, Saturday
- Photos: High school football, Cabell Midland vs. George Washington
- Photos: Re-enactors set up for Barboursville Civil War Days
- Photos: Marshall football defeats Old Dominion 20-13
- Photos: Huntington vs. St. Albans, football