CEREDO — It’s officially autumn, and businesses and residents in the Ceredo-Kenova area are gearing up for another year full of seasonal fun as the annual C-K AutumnFest kicks off with the 2019 scarecrow contest.
Thursday, October 17, 2019
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Two separate acts of vandalism at Wayne Park over the past week have left town officials in Wayne puzzled as they dig for more information on the incidents.
MATEWAN — Local fishing enthusiasts in the Tug Valley area now have a new one stop spot where they can buy all of their fishing needs. The Fish Trap, located at 2825 Rt. 65 in Matewan, officially opened for business on Saturday, Sept. 21 after much anticipation from the fishing community.
Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Miller (R-WV) announced today ten POWER grants totaling $8,743,469 from the Appalachian Regional Commission to the tri-state area.
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — Chadrick Fulks will one day be strapped to a gurney and given a lethal injection. The government will kill him because of his crimes, which included the slaying of Marshall University student Samantha Burns in 2002.
WAYNE — Stepping Stones Youth Transition Project recently received funding from the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation to implement the evidence based Seven Challenges Substance Treatment program for youth in residential treatment, tiny home village and in the community.
HUNTINGTON – Two years ago during a special election, West Virginia voters gave their stamp of approval to a program Gov. Jim Justice called Roads to Prosperity.
Since then, 541 projects worth $385.1 million spanning 1,185 miles have been completed, according to the West Virginia Department of Transportation, with 293 projects scheduled to be completed by the end of the year and 123 projects scheduled to break ground. That brings the total to $1.1 billion worth of projects either completed or started by the end of 2019.
GENOA — On Tuesday, Oct. 15, Rustic Ravines, a tourism destination in southern Wayne County, joined with the Huntington Area Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) and the Huntington Regional Chamber for the official unveiling of The Big Zipper, a half mile zip line that was recently added. …
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey urges college-bound students to not overlook the word “free” as they prepare to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), a necessary part of qualifying for financial assistance.
Friday, October 11, 2019
WAYNE – A pedestrian hit by a car on W.Va. 152 in Wayne County Thursday has died, according to the West Virginia State Police office in Wayne.
Wednesday, October 09, 2019
CATLETTSBURG, Ky. — Paul Mangini, commanding officer of the U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit in Huntington, says boat christening ceremonies date back thousands of years and are an age old tradition that brings good luck to the vessel and those who travel on it.
HUNTINGTON — The structure and messaging of the annual Teen Summit on Drug Prevention in Cabell County was similar to student-centered prevention 10 or 20 years ago — peppered with easy-to-remember tips and facts to discourage abuse among themselves and their peers.
WILLIAMSON — After a very successful first year in 2018, "The Old Hospital on College Hill" recently announced that they would once again be re-opening in 2019 and hosting their haunted paranormal tours.
Tuesday, October 08, 2019
FORT GAY — The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office has identified Tasha Justice, 29, of Fort Gay, as the victim in the fatal car crash that happened around 11 a.m Monday, Oct. 7.
Wayne County Commissioner and local realtor Jeff Maddox was recently elected to serve a one-year term as president of the West Virginia Association of Realtors at a recent conference held in Wheeling.