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About: huntington, west virginia

Huntington has the distinction of being located within two counties as part of the city is located in Wayne County while the majority of the city is located in Cabell County. Huntington is home to Marshall University. The city is a central business district with a wealth of history derived from its origins as a railway city. Today, Huntington is home to several well-known medical centers like the St. Mary's Medical Center and Cabell Huntington Hospital.

Population: 49185
Local Newspapers: The Herald-Dispatch
Local Sports Teams: Marshall Thundering Herd
Local Colleges: Marshall University

Zip Codes associated with huntington, west virginia: 25701 25702 25703 25704 25705
Towns/Cities near huntington, west virginia : Pea Ridge Burlington Guyandotte Proctorville OH Ironton KY Ashland KY Cattlesburg KY

Huntington News
WVDEP Conducting Compliance Seminars In Huntington

The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection will conduct compliance seminars in Huntington and Bridgeport in the coming weeks. The Huntington event is scheduled from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Oct. 26 at the Huntington Area Development Council building located at 916 5th Avenue.

City Seeks Halloween Costume Donations

This Halloween, you can put a smile on a child's face and save a few bucks on some delicious pizza at the same time. The City of Huntington and the Papa John's at 1525 9th Ave. are now collecting Halloween costumes that will be distributed to children at the city-owned and operated A.D. Lewis Community Center later this month as part of the city's fourth annual Halloween Costume Drive.

Huntington Council Agenda Announced

Here's the Huntington City Council agenda for Monday, Oct. 23. The work session is today at 4 p.m. 5. Resolution re: A RESOLUTION OF COUNCIL AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO AN ENTERPRISE LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH ESRI FOR GIS SOFTWARE ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF HUNTINGTON 6. Resolution re: A RESOLUTION OF COUNCIL AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH THE BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, FIREARMS AND EXPLOSIVES ON BEHALF OF THE HUNTINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 7. Resolution re: A RESOLUTION OF COUNCIL AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT TO CONSTRUCT A RETAINING WALL FOR REPAIRS TO CRESTMONT DRIVE WITHIN THE CITY OF HUNTINGTON 8. Resolution re: A RESOLUTION OF COUNCIL AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO CONTRACTS TO FURNISH LABOR AND MATERIALS FOR DEMOLITION AND SITE CLEARANCE FOR VARIOUS STRUCTURES WITHIN THE CITY OF HUNTINGTON 9. Resolution re: A ... (more)

Manchin announces 2018 campaign staff

U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., announced his re-election campaign staff Wednesday, which includes former members of Gov. Jim Justice's staff and a longtime adviser to the senator. Grant Herring and Marcus Constantino will serve as communications director and digital director respectively.

Startup Weekend Huntington kicks off Nov. 3

Marshall University and the Robert C. Byrd Institute will host Startup Weekend Huntington, a 54-hour event allowing future entrepreneurs to gain experience toward creating their own startup businesses. This weekend-long event will kick off 6:30 p.m., Friday, Nov. 3, and run through 4 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 5, at RCBI's main office, located at 1050 4th Ave. in Huntington.

Curtis Lee Wyatt pleads not guilty to helping Eric Conn escape

Curtis Lee Wyatt stands accused of helping his boss escape from house arrest, ducking a 12-year prison sentence for orchestrating the largest Social Security fraud in history. It's the latest twist in what's become an embarrassing case for the federal government.

Man pleads not guilty to helping Conn escape

Curtis Lee Wyatt stands accused of helping his boss escape from house arrest, ducking a 12-year prison sentence for orchestrating the largest Social Security fraud in history. It's the latest twist in what's become an embarrassing case for the federal government.

More resources, education, broader drug scheduling among suggestions...

In the more than two years since a Cabell County woman last used heroin in Huntington, she said the drug has undergone a significant, deadly change with the introduction of synthetic opioids like fentanyl and carfentanil. "It was barely coming around before, but now, at this point, it is everywhere," said Sarah, a Barboursville woman who's been in drug treatment at Charleston's Recovery Point since Dec. 28, 2016.

Chris Young is bringing a new tour to West Virginia

With days to go until his induction as the newest member of the Grand Ole Opry and the release of his seventh studio album, "Losing Sleep," Chris Young is revealing the launch of his 2018 headlining concerts, including one in Huntington.

History, literature teachers to be introduced to the resources in the Blake Library

History and literature teachers are invited to Marshall University's Huntington campus from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 30, to learn strategies for teaching about the past and present with Civil War literature from Marshall University's Blake Library. The event will be in the Drinko Library Atrium.

'The Hub' assisting Boone County cities

Phil Perry/Coal Valley News Dan Taylor, program coordinator for the West Virginia Hub is working with both the city of Madison and the town of Danville to provide resources to assist with community development.

Detroit man pleads guilty to distributing pain pills in Huntington

A Detroit man caught selling oxycodone in March 2017 pleaded guilty to a federal drug crime, announced United States Attorney Carol Casto. Lurduea Appling, 37, entered his guilty plea to distribution of oxycodone.

McElroy Family to podcast live for 30th anniversary Yeager Symposium

Marshall University's Society of Yeager Scholars is inviting well-known Huntington natives, the McElroy Family, to give a live recording of two of their podcasts, Shmanners and Sawbones , at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, at the Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center. The McElroys' live podcasting will serve as the 30th anniversary annual symposium for the Yeager society.

ARTS 'Odd Couple' Goes on, But Some Attendees 'Bullied,' Elderly Woman Cries

A legal dispute between the Housing Development Corp. and Huntington High Limited Partnership and Arts Resources of the Tri State led to harassment of some attendees at the final ARTS production, "The Odd Couple," over the weekend. Multiple sources have acknowledged on Facebook that an apparent employee of HDA tried in preventing guests from attending the performance.

Editorial: New overdose tracking helps communities respond

Sholten Singer/The Herald-Dispatch Dr. Rahul Gupta, commissioner for the West Virginia Bureau of Public Health and State Health Officer, speaks during a presentation discussing a new Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program on Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017, at Marshall University's Student Center in Huntington.

Suspect in 4 Ohio slayings arrested while walking along road

Unarmed, worn out and ready to give up, the suspect in the fatal shootings of three adult relatives and a 7-year-old boy didn't try to flee when officers arrested him Friday as he walked along a road in far southern Ohio, a sheriff said. Officers were acting on a tip from a resident who spotted 23-year-old Arron Lawson.

Editorial: Government must do more to aid addicted newborns

First lady Melania Trump, left, participates in a roundtable discussion of Lily's Place in Huntington, W.Va., Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017.

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