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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
'Nowhere to turn' - Governor pushes for yes vote

"Better roads bring us a better way of life," Governor Jim Justice said last week. The Mountain State's chief executive spoke during a conference call with around three dozen newspapers, Thursday afternoon, September 14, 2017.

West Virginia American Water Employee Threatened while Attempting Turnoff

On a recent service call in Huntington, a West Virginia American Water employee experienced threats and intimidation by residents when the employee attempted to shut water off to a home with an illegal water service connection. The property's water meter showed repeated instances of water theft, and a lock previously placed on the meter had been cut off.

Marshall to host 6th Cyber Safety Summit for middle-school students and local community

The Marshall University Digital Forensics and Information Assurance program will host the 6th annual Cyber Safety Summit for middle-school students and the local community Oct. 23-24 in Huntington. This year's event will have two sessions.

Test scores show 'aspiration gap' among WV students

Sholten Singer/The Herald-Dispatch West Virginia Superintendent of Schools Steve Paine, shown on Friday, Feb. 3, 2017, in Huntington, says more work needs to be done to close an 'aspiration gap' among high schoolers taking the ACT exam.

Huntington felon pleads guilty to federal gun crime

A Huntington man pleaded guilty today a federal gun charge, announced United States Attorney Carol Casto. Jermaine D. Cathey, 36, entered his guilty plea to being a felon in possession of a firearm.

Proposed ordinance may speed up demolition process in West Virginia

A proposed ordinance update in Huntington, West Virginia, may speed up the process of demolishing unsound vacant structures, a report by the Huntington Herald-Dispatch says . The ordinance, which went before Huntington City Council for a first reading Sept.

Netflix Just Released a Hauntingly Powerful Film on the Opioid Crisis

Heroin , the Netflix short documentary released Tuesday, begins and ends with blaring sirens as fire chief Jan Rader responds to yet another overdose in Huntington, West Virginia. The town has been called the "overdose capital of America," and for good reason: Every resident, it seems, is affected by the ravages of opioids, from the gas station employees who keep ringing up customers as first responders revive an overdose victim in the checkout line, to the homeless drug users encamped by the river, to the church shelter employees urging users to come in for the night.

Ojeda to host education meetings across W.Va.

West Virginia State Sen. Richard Ojeda, D-Logan, will host a series of education advisory meetings throughout the Third Congressional District in the upcoming weeks.

Heroin(e): How 3 Huntington women are fighting the opioid crisis on Netflix now

As most know, the heroin and opioid crisis has reached stunning and heartbreaking heights across the nation. Huntington, West Virginia's drug overdose death rate sits at ten times the national average.

Marshall hosts youth leadership conference

Sholten Singer/The Herald-Dispatch Jennifer Wells, director of youth development and leadership for Our Children Our Future, speaks during a Young WV conference meeting on Friday, Sept.

Huntington drug dealer pleads guilty to federal heroin charge

A Huntington man who sold heroin in June 2016 pleaded guilty to a federal drug crime, announced United States Attorney Carol Casto. George Holloway, 45, entered his guilty plea to distribution of heroin.

Williamson native makes mark as volunteer

Submitted photo W.Va. District 2017-18 Governor-Elect Nathaniel Kyle, from left, Ray Abraham, and W.Va.

Startup company believes area residents can fill high tech jobs

A startup company is looking for residents in the region who would be interested in becoming an apprentice to learn the coding language of a large software company. CentralApp, based in Huntington, has already trained eight eastern Kentucky residents and is now focusing its efforts on West Virginia, CentralApp Chief Creative Officer Jessica Kennedy said.

Gilbert to be guest speaker Thursday at Robert C. Byrd Forum on Civic Responsibility

Marshall University President Jerome A. Gilbert will be the guest lecturer for the university's annual Robert C. Byrd Forum on Civic Responsibility this Thursday, Sept. 14, at 2:30 p.m. at the Joan C. Edwards Playhouse on Marshall's Huntington campus.

Editorial: Proposed link involving opioid crisis illogical

Some conservative Republicans must be trying to borrow from the playbook of the big pharmaceutical wholesalers - blame the opioid epidemic plaguing the nation on something that makes no sense.

Progressive politics is losing to a fantasy state of mind

Local residents react as U.S. President Donald Trump arrives at a rally in Huntington, West Virginia, U.S., August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Barria This article is part of the Democracy Futures series, a joint global initiative between The Conversation and the Sydney Democracy Network .

Veteran deserves honor

West Virginia is a state born from military conflict, with a unique heritage of military service to our nation.

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