HUNTINGTON — A West Huntington murder case set to go to trial on Monday was postponed at the last minute after defense attorneys asked for more time to explore the victim’s relationship with Huntington police, which they said could point to a new suspect.
Wednesday, January 29, 2020
WAYNE — Wayne Nursing & Rehabilitation Center (N&RC) continues to be one of the top skilled nursing facilities in West Virginia. The award-winning, long-term care center has received a Four-Star Rating from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ Nursing Home Compare Progra…
WAYNE — Wayne County could be the next domino to fall in the sweeping trend of counties and municipalities declaring themselves to be Second Amendment Sanctuaries.
HUNTINGTON — A late-night police sighting at Kellogg Elementary School in Wayne County on Jan. 21 had some parents and community members concerned after a potential threat had been made earlier in the afternoon, but no evidence of a credible threat was discovered.
WAYNE — The Wayne County Family Resource Network (FRN) & the WVU Extension Service are partnering to offer a wonderful hands-on and engaging program for parents and their children 10-14 years.
KENOVA—Vinson Middle School’s steam kept on a rollin’ Monday night on the road in a 64-32 win over Ceredo-Kenova Middle School after four players put up double digit scoring.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission released its long-awaited regional and sectional alignment proposals for all sports for the coming school year, and most of the attention around the state centered on the new four-class basketball system.
HUNTINGTON — Most people have experienced the toll stress and grief can take on their minds, but the serious impact these conditions may have on other vital parts of the body, such as the heart, are often overlooked.
HUNTINGTON — Spring Valley led by as many as 13 points in the second half but had to withstand a furious comeback in order to leave Huntington High with a 73-69 over the Highlanders in boys basketball Saturday evening.
HUNTINGTON — After nine years as the executive director of the Greater Huntington Park & Recreation District, Kevin Brady retired Friday from the job he said was challenging but one he loved.