HUNTINGTON — As a group of Huntingtonians painted bright colors onto 14th Street West on Saturday afternoon, the smells of fresh baked bread wafted down the road from Heiner’s Bakery and the sounds of the Harmonica Club of Huntington filled the space between antique shops.
The painters were working on the first, albeit temporary, painted crosswalk in Huntington, connecting The Wild Ramp to the gazebo. It looks like a quilt, because Saturday was Old Central City’s annual Quilt Fair and Fall Festival.
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It’s not just about trick-or-treat night anymore. The Tri-State area is full of Halloween-themed events for all ages and interests — enough to help you keep it creepy nearly all month long. Here’s a sampling of what’s coming up across the region:
If you’ve been watching the Major League Baseball postseason on TBS, you’ve seen the promos for the new game show, “The Misery Index.”
HUNTINGTON — The address 1555 3rd Ave. has been home to a number of restaurants over the years, including the Java Joint, the original Black Sheep location and, more recently Honey Bones. The newest restaurant, however, may seem familiar to longtime residents. The bar and grill Calamity J is…
For the first time in my life, I’m praying that Marshall loses every game they play. I pray that attendance at Marshall sporting events dwindles to nothing. I pray that they fail to raise the money for a much-needed baseball facility that I had planned to contribute to. I pray that God cause…
MORGANTOWN — Newcomers, newcomers, newcomers.