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Huntington , Cabell County , West Virginia A group of Push America riders made a stop at city hall in Huntington as they continue their journey to give back.
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Pam Haynes is on a mission to help Eastern Panhandle residents who want to get a foot in the door of the film industry.
The summertime tradition of powerboat races, live music and carnival rides is returning to downtown Huntington this weekend.
Hancock County residents soon will be able to get a "heads up" about everything from road closings to boil alerts to power outages directly on their smartphones.
Kaylin Searles, Kenney Barnette Reported: Jul. 22, 2014 4:17 PM EDT Updated: Jul. 22, 2014 4:22 PM EDT Huntington , Cabell County , West Virginia Cabell Huntington Hospital Senior Services hosted its free monthly Medicare workshop Tuesday afternoon.
We are blessed in our communities with excellent health care and access to highly-qualified professionals.
Donna Underwood has two main goals in life. They are to provide students with opportunities that she didn't have after graduating from high school, while - at the same time - honoring her late husband, John.
Huntington , Cabell County , West Virginia The summertime tradition of powerboat races, live music and carnival rides is coming back to the River City.
Matewan High School and Marshall University alumnus Dr. Shawn Sammons is the new optometrist at Wilson Eye Care Associates in Williamson, but according to fellow optometrist and owner of the establishment, Dr. Steve Wilson, he has a vision all his own beyond just eye care.
Huntington City Council's Charter Review Committee met Thursday afternoon with Mark Bates, Scott Caserta, Sandra Clemons, David Ball and Rebecca Thacker present from council.
Huntington , Cabell County , West Virginia Students are getting creative, when it comes to warning people about the dangers of distracted driving.
The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources is appealing a judge's directive to give pay raises to some workers at the state's two psychiatric hospitals, arguing that it has fulfilled a similar order issued in 2009.
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