- Friday night obituary update
- Friday afternoon obituary update
- Friday morning obituary update
- Police roundup: 2 arrested on drug charges after Huntington warrant execution
- Street sweeping to resume full-scale operations in Huntington
- Hamrick says C-USA, Sun Belt did not discuss merging conferences
- Huntington Pride to celebrate with pop-up parade Saturday
HUNTINGTON — Huntington residents will be asked to temporarily move their vehicles from designated curbed streets beginning Monday, June 8, as the Huntington Sanitary Board will resume full-scale street sweeping, according to a release.
About 7 in 10 Americans say they would get a vaccine to protect against the novel coronavirus if immunizations were free and available to everyone, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll.
HUNTINGTON — As the COVID-19 pandemic necessitated that schools around the world close their doors and transition to a virtual learning format, the staff at Marshall University’s Robert C. Byrd Institute (RCBI) reacted swiftly by creating online opportunities for students to continue to lear…
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“Whether we like it or not, we have all been born into this world as part of one big human family. Rich or poor, educated or uneducated, belonging to one nation or another, to one religion or another, adhering to this ideology or that, ultimately each of us is just a human being like everyon…
After so many unexpected weeks at home, I’ve had a lot of time to reflect on what I might like to have on hand for our family if we’re ever faced with another long, unexpected “shelter-at-home” order.
In the recent ABC documentary, “The Story of Soaps,” John Stamos, who got his start on “General Hospital,” offered this explanation of why soaps are still important: “Discord is at an all-time high right now and decency at an all-time low and people don’t know where to turn to. So to lock in…
- Murray Energy files notices projecting thousands of layoffs in West Virginia
- Livestock auction leads to positive COVID-19 cases in Jackson County
- Arrest made in shooting death of Huntington teen
- CHAD LEE MAYS
- Huntington marches in support of black lives
- Apartment complex planned near Fairland elementary school
- CAROLYN JO ADKINS REGAN
- Two Marshall student-athletes, one employee test positive for COVID-19
- ANTHONY JARED KESSICK
- Tanning salons added to fourth phase of opening
- Photos: Protesters Honor George Floyd in Huntington
- Photos: Railroad ties catch fire at CSX in Huntington.
- Photos: Candlelight vigil for Tayla Johnson
- Photos: Opening Day Races at Ona Speedway
- Photos: The pandemic in pictures
- Photos: 152nd Ironton-Lawrence County Memorial Day Parade
- Photos: Southside Elementary celebrates last day of school
- Photos: Village of Barboursville Elementary 5th-grade graduation parade
- Photos: Cabell Midland "Final Drive-Through"
- Photos: West Virginia Air National Guard flyover