HUNTINGTON — Fifth Avenue is expected to remain closed for hours Monday at the location of a fatal fire in the east end of Huntington as firefighters continue fight "hot spots" and investigators attempt to learn what caused it in the first place.
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BARBOURSVILLE — For 25 years, Hometown Sportswear has been providing custom screen-printing and embroidery to its customers, in addition to a wide selection of Marshall University sportswear.
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The Ashland (Kentucky) Daily Independent published this editorial on Feb. 8 regarding legislation that would make sports betting legal in Kentucky:
PEDRO, Ohio — Fairland (19-2 overall, 13-1 Ohio Valley Conference) clinched outright its fifth consecutive league championship with a 65-34 triumph over Rock Hill Saturday in boys high school basketball in Pedro, Ohio.
LOGAN — Although the Wildcats were missing top scorer and Marshall commit David Early, Logan was able to get 18 points by Mitchell Hainer in a 57-53 win over Winfield on Saturday in high school boys basketball.