- Cincinnati Zoo names new baby hippo Fritz, brother to Fiona
- Girl Scouts announce new cookie flavor
- More storms forecast for flooded areas of West Virginia
- West Virginia State Police compete in best-looking cruiser contest
- Free annual naloxone distribution expands statewide for September event
- WV State Police to conduct sobriety checkpoint in Cabell
- Photos: Hamilton Township Fire Department ribbon cutting
CHARLESTON — As students around the state head back to class, the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources has purchased 16 mobile vans to provide free COVID-19 testing and vaccines for K-12 public and private schools.
CHARLESTON — Hospitalizations tied to COVID-19 have increased in West Virginia over the past week, with an average of about 373 patients reported daily this week compared to an average of 328 daily patients last week, according to the Department of Health and Human Resources’ state virus dashboard.
HUNTINGTON — The number of active cases of COVID-19 remained above 3,000 in West Virginia on Thursday.
CHARLESTON — A new fruit-flavored cookie will join the Girl Scouts of Black Diamond's lineup for the 2023 Girl Scout Cookie season.
CHARLESTON — The following events happened on these dates in West Virginia history. To read more, go to e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia at www.wvencyclopedia.org.
Editor’s Note: This is the 457th in a series of articles recalling vanished Huntington scenes.
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HUNTINGTON — Huntington St. Joe has restarted its baseball program and hired Barry Ellis to coach it.
LAVALETTE — Operating restaurants runs in Diana “Gabby” Sotelo’s blood, making it an easy decision for the 19-year-old to open her own in Lavalette.
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- After 105 years, Huntington Wholesale Furniture opens to public
- Ex-Marshall student faces 10 years in prison for million-dollar online scheme
- Former Seminoles catching Huff's eye in camp
- Spring Valley star Chafin leaving WVU
- James Paul Cooper
- Volleyball, basketball teams will have new courts
- Ironton heavy favorite to win OVC football title
- Gabby's 152 Tortilla Street features authentic Mexican
- School Building Authority executive director named new state schools superintendent
- Extra eyes help bring Huff's Herd along
- Photos: Dreamland Pool 2022 Dog Swim
- Photos: Rails & Ales Festival at Harris Riverfront Park
- Photos: Marshall football practice, Saturday, August 13
- Photos: Power Wheels Derby
- Photos: Duke Ridgely Invitational high school golf tournament
- Photos: Frios inaugural Pickle Pop-eating contest
- Photos: American Queen makes stop in Huntington
- Photos: Freshman move-in day at Marshall University
- Photos: Highlawn asphalt mural
- Photos: Marshall soccer takes on Radford during exhibition game