IRONTON — Lawrence County will start advertising for the possible sale of the Union-Rome Sewer District, which serves 5,000 residential and commercial customers in the eastern part of the county.
- Lawrence County prepares for possible sale of sewer district
- Booth seeking to keep delegate seat in 2022
- Police roundup: Trespass, fraud listed among HPD reports
- Four VA hospitals in West Virginia named in lawsuit; group says facilities not providing records of wait times
- Herd's Edwards, WVU's Stills named to Nagurski Watch List
- Tuesday night obituary update
- CDC reverses course on indoor masks in some parts of US
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention changed course Tuesday on some masking guidelines, recommending that even vaccinated people return to wearing masks indoors in parts of the U.S. where the delta variant of the coronavirus is fueling infection surges.
FRANKFORT, Ky. — The Kentucky Department for Public Health is offering a COVID-19 Testing Program for schools to assist with safe in-person learning for the upcoming academic year, Commissioner Steven Stack announced Monday.
Most Americans who haven’t been vaccinated against COVID-19 say they are unlikely to get the shots and doubt they would work against the aggressive delta variant despite evidence they do, according to a new poll that underscores the challenges facing public health officials amid soaring infe…
Editor’s note: This is the 402nd in a series of articles recalling vanished Huntington scenes.
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.
HUNTINGTON — Visiting artist Jessica Drenk has been teaching a three-day workshop at the Huntington Museum of Art.
It was pretty easy to read between the lines of WVU Athletic Director Shane Lyons’ official statement released late on Monday evening.
Editor’s note: This is the 10th in a 12-part series previewing WVU’s football opponents for the 2021 season.
HUNTINGTON — David Bradshaw prefers victories, of course, but is just thankful to play football.
The first of this month, a friend who grew up near me posted a photo on Facebook. It was a pair of work boots, a helmet and a United Mine Workers of America ballcap accompanied by a single word: RETIRED.
Arch Resources plans to open its new metallurgical coal mine near Philippi, West Virginia, before the end of August, company officials announced Tuesday.
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- Police roundup: Huntington police investigating second, third shootings this week
- New art gallery opens in Central City Antiques District
- Bartrum brings versatility to Spring Valley football
- Lost Huntington: Albert E. Cox House
- Charleston mall space still set to become hotel
- Cabell County, Huntington set trick-or-treat times for 2021
- Grant for Tri-State Airport to secure air service to Chicago, DC
- JEAN KIPP DEAN
- Tab for Justice's luxury pickup shopping spree tops $1 million
- Man indicted in Huntington double homicide outside problematic bar
- Photos: 2021 Cabell County Fair Parade
- Photos: Sloane Square Gallery
- Photos: Huntington Area Regional Theatre company presents "Cinderella"
- Photos: Cabell County Fair Horse Show
- Photos: A Cappella in the Park
- Photos: Barboursville Splash Park
- Photos: "The Wizard of Oz" at the Ritter Park Amphitheater
- Photos: Volunteers repaint 10th Street underpass
- Photos: Workshop with Jessica Drenk at HMA
- Photos: Ona-Milton vs. Jefferson, Little League Baseball