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Huntington, West Virginia is located in Cabell County. Zip codes in Huntington, WV include 25729, 25714, and 25779. The median home price in Huntington is $120,000. More Huntington information.

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Precautionary Boil Water Advisory Issued for Customers in the Stamford Park Area in Huntington

West Virginia American Water has issued a precautionary boil water advisory for approximately 75 customers in the Stamford Park Area in Huntington. Affected streets: Stamford Park Drive, Kessington Lane, Cambridge Drive, Windsor Drive, Brighton Lane, Mayflower Way, Shivel Lane, and Oxford Drive.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Huntington News

West Virginia's Premiere Anime, Manga, Gaming & Pop Culture...

Tsubasacon, West Virginia's Premiere Anime, Manga, Gaming and Pop Culture convention, now in its eleventh year serving the Tri-State, will be returning to the Big Sandy Superstore Arena Conference Center in Huntington, WV. This year's convention will be held the weekend of October 10 - 12, 2014.

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Weirton Daily Times

Cooperation key to brownfields program

While brownfields may not sound like something to celebrate, the successful collaborative approach being used statewide to help reclaim them is noteworthy - especially since it includes local governments, communities, federal and state agencies as well as higher education professionals.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Logan Banner

Elliott-McClellan reunion held

The family of Andrew Jackson and Geneva McClellan Elliott held their annual Elliott-McClellan reunion on August 23, 2014, at East Lynn Lake in Wayne County.

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SFGate

W.Va. student raises funds for 'chemo ducks'

ADVANCE FOR SUNDAY SEPT. 14 AND THEREAFTER - In this Tuesday Sept 2, 2014 photo, Huntington High School student Ginny Blake poses for a photo at her school in Huntington,W.Va.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Logan Banner

Hatfield to become Logan's first Fire Marshall

A longtime city employee with a good reputation for hard work, dedication to duty and his friendly nature quietly made some history Tuesday evening when he became the city's first Fire Marshall.

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Huntington News

Huntington's New Vision of Labor Management Described to Council

"We are setting ourselves apart from other cities," Tony Michael, WVU Labor Studies Director, told Huntington City Council members during a presentation at a work session before Monday's council meeting. The City , Mayor Steve Williams and Labor Liaison Teresa Ball partnered with WVU's Extension Service's Institute for Labor Studies and Research in July 2013.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Huntington News

Reed named director of School of Art and Design

Reed said she is honored to join the university right when its commitment to the visual art and design is transforming historic downtown Huntington. "This is a special place at a special time," Reed said.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Huntington News

Marshall graduate creates American Dream Movement for African...

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - Marshall University alumnus Charles C. Meyers Jr. believes that "success is earned by having a vision for your life and putting in the work to turn your potential into reality."

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West Virginia Metro

Accident causes delays in Huntington

At one point the entire interstate was closed down, but eastbound lanes have been reopened. Westbound traffic is expected to be detoured until about noon.

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Martinsburg Journal

WVU: Cooperation key to brownfields

While brownfields may not sound like something to celebrate, the successful collaborative approach being used statewide to help reclaim them is noteworthy - especially since it includes local governments, communities, federal and state agencies as well as higher education professionals. Now in its ninth year, the 2014 West Virginia Brownfields Conference will be held Thursday and Friday in Huntington, with organizers expecting about 175 people to attend, said Patrick Kirby, director of the Northern Brownfields Assistance Center at West Virginia University.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

Huntington News

Huntington Council Plans Investigation of Cab Franchise

Some Huntington City Council members will begin an investigation of the Yellow Cab Company franchise in the city. At large councilman David Ball told members Monday, Sept.

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The Intelligencer

W.Va. home rule cities to be announced Oct. 6

Twenty-two West Virginia cities will find out next month whether they will participate in the state's home rule program. Municipal Home Rule Board chairman Patsy Trescot tells the Charleston Daily Mail that the board will reveal the new home rule cities on Oct. 6 at a public meeting in Bridgeport.

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Martinsburg Journal

Sentiment is to open Home Rule to all applicants

Members of the Home Rule Board heard one theme repeated several times Monday: the West Virginia Home Rule Pilot Program Phase II should be opened to all applicants. "When I look at the names of the municipalities that have applied, I don't see competitors - I see friends who all deserve to be in the program," Town of Bath Mayor Susan Webster said.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

Huntington News

W. Huntington Resident Arrested in Heroin Bust

A Huntington man was arrested on drug charges Monday night, Sept. 8, at his residence in the West End.

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Huntington News

Man Identified as Victim of Drowning

An investigation has been opened surrounding the drowning death of William Walter Erwin, 46, of Huntington, whose body was discovered floating in the Ohio River Sunday afternoon, Sept. 7. According to Lt.

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Sun Sep 07, 2014

Marietta Times

William S. - Bill' Tackett

Born July 21, 1932, in Huntington, W.Va., he was the son of the late George Boyd and Audrey Pauley Tackett. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Education from The Ohio State University in 1957.

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Sat Sep 06, 2014

NewsandSentinel.com

Economic initiatives laid out

West Virginia Agriculture Commissioner Walt Helmick says two farming initiatives are the first steps in rekindling West Virginia's agricultural economic engine. West Virginia experienced a dramatic shift away from home-grown foods and agriculture as the economy moved more toward industry, Helmick said.

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Huntington News

Mayor Williams Calls for Prayer for Huntington at 11:05 a.m. Sunday

Huntington Mayor Steve Williams has asked that everyone pray about Huntington's drug addiction issue at 11:05 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 7. The following prayer by Cheryl Hobbs originated at the National Day of Prayer in Charleston, WV.

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Fri Sep 05, 2014

Huntington News

School of Medicine announces the creation of several new scholarships

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - Several new scholarships have been established at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine to assist medical students with their educational expenses.

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