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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
New film reviews

Christmas movies are all about ringing the changes on familiar themes, and that goes double for horror movies like Better Watch Out . Suburban parents Deanna and Robert head out, leaving their son Luke and his best friend Garrett in the care of teenage babysitter Ashley .

More child abuse victims seeking treatment in WV

More than 400 new child abuse victims sought help at one of West Virginia's children's advocacy centers for the 2017 fiscal year - an 11.26 percent increase over the previous year and marking a 66 percent increase in victims served five years ago, according to the West Virginia Child Advocacy Network's annual report released Monday.

Juanita Carpenter Sammons Scholarship established for digital...

The Sammons family and the LeBaron Foundation have endowed the Juanita Carpenter Sammons Scholarship for a student majoring in digital forensics and information assurance in the Marshall University College of Science. John Sammons, chair of the university's Department of Forensic Sciences, said the scholarship was created to memorialize his mother and support Marshall University, specifically the digital forensics and information assurance program.

Red Lobster Sues HMDA for Parking Contract Breach

Back in the mid 80s, Pullman Square remained Cruise Avenue as the so-called 'superblock' had not found a developer. At that time, Miller in the Morning from WGNT hatched an idea after listeners spoke of the desire that Red Lobster locate a restaurant in Huntington.

WVU Medicine takes on babies born addicted

Born from mothers addicted to heroin, they're babies who suffer from neonatal abstinence syndrome. They're babies exposed to drugs in the uterus who develop withdrawal symptoms after they're born.

Patched Together, Bobaflex and Thanksgiving Live Music

Here is a listing of Altoona area live music happenings for the weekend and week of Friday, Nov. 17 through Thursday, Nov. 23. One of the largest annual benefit concerts makes its return this weekend, and live music will help usher in the Thanksgiving holiday in the coming week. The benefit concert is the return of the annual Patched Together benefit on Saturday afternoon and evening, taking place at Altoona's Bavarian Aid Society.

More child abuse victims seeking treatment in WV

More than 400 new child abuse victims sought help at one of West Virginia's children's advocacy centers for the 2017 fiscal year - an 11.26 percent increase over the previous year and marking a 66 percent increase in victims served five years ago, according to the West Virginia Child Advocacy Network's annual report released this week.

Prestera awarded $1.2M to help with parolee re-entry

Toril Lavender/ For The Herald-Dispatch The grand opening celebration of Prestera's newest facility, Prestera at Pinecrest, on Thursday, March 24, 2011.

Special documentary screenings in Canberra, 17-19 November

Canberra has two special features lined up across two cinemas this weekend. Screening at Dendy Canberra and Palace Electric Cinemas are two stimulating docos brimming with educative enticement for the cultured capital.

'Heroin(e)' film director discusses drug epidemic on 'Daily Show'

The director of the Netflix documentary "Heroin " says she created the film to "change the culture" of how America responds to drug addiction. "The people suffering from addiction range from people who were prescribed these for injuries to people who maybe have emotional trauma from things that happened earlier in their life that they haven't dealt with.

Battling the opiate crisis on the front lines

Jim Johnson is the director of the West Virginia Office of Drug Control Policy, and an advocate on the front lines of the opioid epidemic. During his previous job as the police chief from Huntington, WV he spearheaded a comprehensive initiative of education, syringe exchanges, and Naloxone distribution that has shown promising results in a community where up to 10 percent of the population is plagued with opioid dependence.

Latest film reviews

If you know your Greek directors, you know Yorgos Lanthimos is one of the new hopes of Greek cinema. Here, Colin Farrell returns as a heart surgeon in a Midwestern American city.

Huntington Nominated for WV Living Awards

Huntington has been nominated for four 2017 Best of West Virginia awards by WV Living: Best Town for Foodies, Best Town for the Arts, Best Town Transformation and Best Mayor.

Fast Change Presents Thousands to Send Care Packages to Deployed Soldiers

Fast Change Lube & Oil presented $11,000 to Military Missions on Wednesday, Nov. 1, at Military Missions headquarters in Lexington. Military Missions, Inc. is a non-profit charity organization made up of volunteers who support and honor deployed U.S. military personnel by sending care packages as an expression of appreciation and gratitude.

WV African-American needs highlighted

Lori Wolfe/The Herald-Dispatch The State of African Americans in West Virginia Summit was held Monday, Nov. 13, 2017, at Marshall University in Huntington.

West Virginia sheriff calls drug bust department's biggest

A West Virginia city known for its struggles with drug crimes has seen what a sheriff calls the largest bust in the department's history.

Murder Rate UP; HPD Hiring

The Huntington Police Department has announced that it is hiring. The planned addition to the force comes at an opportune time --- reports that the city's homicide rate has jumped to the highest in years.

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