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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
Huntington Solar Co-op selects Solar Holler to serve group

The Huntington Solar Co-op has selected Solar Holler to install solar panels for the 27-member group. Co-op members selected Solar Holler through a competitive bidding process over four other firms.

Marshall exercise science students assist in NASA-funded research

Marshall University students in the Department of Exercise Science have had the opportunity to explore age and sex differences in skeletal muscles in mice through a NASA-funded grant project that aims to measure energy levels and provide customized care for injury recovery. Dr. Kumika Toma, principal investigator for the grant and director of the undergraduate exercise science program, said she began this research in 2014 as part of a NASA-funded project in space biology and medicine that measured how microgravity would impact crew members on extended missions.

State of West Virginia v. Belinda Ann Fuller

Russell S. Cook, Esq., Cabell Co. Public Defender Office, Huntington, West Virginia, Counsel for the Petitioner Patrick Morrisey, Esq., Attorney General, Shannon Frederick Kiser, Esq., Assistant Attorney General Josiah M. Kollmeyer, Rule 10 Student Attorney, Charleston, West Virginia, Counsel for the Respondent Petitioner Belinda Ann Fuller appeals an order of the Circuit Court of Cabell County denying her motion to dismiss an indictment charging her with a felony crime-third offense of soliciting an act of prostitution in violation of W.Va.

Community Players Reunion This Weekend

A reunion of former members of Community Players official kicks off Saturday May 27, but many will attend a performance Friday from 6-11 p.m. at the Black Sheep Bistro featuring Michael Cerveris Jr. The event welcomes all arts lovers in Huntington who participated in other theatre or dance groups around town - or supported the community simply by buying a ticket. There is no reunion attendance fee, but we're asking people to make a contribution to help cover expenses.

Musician Pens Lyrics about Huntington's 'Hope' IMAGES

Huntington has had a series of high profile drug sentencing and overdose reports/arrests over the last few days. Among them, the driver of an ice cream truck cited for under the influence of drugs and a needle found in a children's shoe rack at WalMart.

Police: Warrant coming for man believed to be with missing Fairmont woman

Investigators are seeking a warrant for arrest of an unidentified man who is believed to be with a missing 21-year-old Fairmont woman. Corporal Isaac Harmon of the West Virginia State Police said Tuesday he will seek a "John Doe Warrant" from a judge to arrest a black man going by the alias "Jeff Cooper."

Ohio Woman, Michigan Man Sentenced to Prison for Huntington Drug Crimes

Two defendants pleaded guilty to federal drug crimes, announced United States Attorney Carol Casto. Jessica Ann Barnett, 29, of South Point, Ohio, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute heroin.

Huntington Woman Sentenced to Federal Prison for Monroe Avenue Drug Sales

Two defendants were sentenced to federal prison for drug crimes, announced United States Attorney Carol Casto. Miana Miller, 20, of Huntington, was sentenced to two years in prison for distribution of heroin on Monroe Avenue.

W.Va. couple spreading drug knowledge with hearse

During the Steps of Change, OhioCAN drug addiction awareness program in Centennial Park Saturday, the recently commissioned Heroin Hearse Awareness vehicle appeared with its message that heroin kills. Based in Huntington, W.Va., owner Dwayne Woods and his partner Trish Burns, along with Woods' two children, Brandon, 10 and Victoria, 8, talked with many of the 500 or so people who attended the event.

This Week in West Virginia History

The following events happened on these dates in West Virginia history. To read more, go to e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia at www.wvencyclopedia.org.

Summer camp, sports physicals available at Marshall Health

With summer camps and sports practices right around the corner, Marshall Health will offer a number of opportunities for students to get their physicals at nine convenient locations beginning June 1. Physicals are scheduled by appointment at Marshall Family Medicine locations in the Marshall University Medical Center in Huntington, Barboursville, Hurricane and Lavalette. Appointments will also be available at Marshall Pediatrics locations at Marshall University Medical Center; at 2915 Third Avenue, Huntington; at 5170 Route 60 E, Huntington; and in Teays Valley.

A Period when Downtown Huntington Was the city's Hub

In the 70's, downtown Huntington was clean and vibrant. There was a hustle and bustle down the city streets a s people scrambled through the stores like a big outdoor mall.

WebBam Comes to Downtown Huntington

Create Huntington has listened to what the community had to say and excited to put our plans into action! What better way than a two day party to showcase some of the best things our city has to offer!! Details: 311 9th Street Friday 5pm - 9:30 Saturday 12pm - 9pm FREE FREE FREE We are excited and honored to have an internationally renowned community development, citizen engagem ent, and social capital expert, Dr. Cornelia Flora, as our keynote speaker on Friday June 9th. Dr. Flora is an Emeritus Distinguished Professor of Sociology at the University of Iowa and her research was the basis for our new strategic plan.

AT&T workers hit picket line in West Virginia

Employees at AT&T cell phone stores walked off the job across the state Friday hoping to reach a labor agreement with the company. "We are ready to go, but we are hoping that AT&T comes to the table, and that we will be on the right track toward reaching an agreement," Local AT&T retail locations could be affected, including those on Murdoch Avenue in Parkersburg, and locations in Wheeling, Weirton and the Huntington areas.

Large Presence of Law Enforcement Searched Huntington's Rt. 60 on Wednesday, May 17

Multiple law enforcement agencies blocked off a large portion of Huntington's East end including US Rt 60E and Washington Blvd looking for a suspect who bit an officer and fled in foot. This occurred after a vehicle stop discovered several guns in a vehicle occupied by 4 people.

Manchin, Capito petition to rename VA hospital after Medal of Honor recipient

U.S. Sens. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., introduced a bill Wednesday to name the Veterans Affairs hospital in Huntington after a Fairmont veteran. Hershel "Woody" Williams was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for his actions during World War II on Iwo Jima.

300 area elementary students study science at Marshall's Sky Festival

About 300 elementary students attended the Sky Festival, a hands-on astronomical and meteorological event at Marshall University's Huntington campus Wednesday, May 17. Third-, fourth- and fifth-graders from Cabell and Lincoln counties enjoyed activities including a blow-up planetarium, solar/sun viewing, and weather instrument construction. "I want to be a scientist or engineer when I grow up, so this is great," said Hunter Thompson, a third-grade student at Spring Hill Elementary in Huntington.

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