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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
Broadening Service: VA Medical Center director: Center expanding...

Journal photos by Mary Stortstrom Tim Cooke, director of the VA Medical Center in Martinsburg, presents veteran Kenneth Noel with a pin to commemorate his service in the Vietnam War at a Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce luncheon held at the Jefferson County Memorial Post 3522 in Charles Town on Thursday. Journal photos by Mary Stortstrom Tim Cooke, director of the VA Medical Center in Martinsburg, presents veteran Kenneth Noel with a pin to commemorate his service in the Vietnam War at a Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce luncheon held at the Jefferson County Memorial Post 3522 in Charles Town on Thursday.

Quilts a N Things Guild visits Ronald McDonald House

Members of the Quilts 'N Things Quilt Guild traveled to Charleston in December to tour the new Ronald McDonald House recently built along the Elk River. The facility has 14 guest rooms and a third floor not yet completed.

Huntington's McElroy Brothers Celebrate Series Debut

In honor of the Thursday, Feb. 23 premiere of the NBC Seeso comedy advice web series "My Brother, My Brother and Me," we are highlighting Huntington's McElroy Brothers , the show's Executive Producers. Read a brief Q&A below with Justin about how he got started in the film industry.

Planning the Future of Huntington's Highlawn Neighborhood Forum Scheduled

The City of Huntington and its community partners will host an open house next week to present proposed recommendations and gather public input on the final phases of a redevelopment strategy for various post-industrial sites in the Highlawn neighborhood. The open house is set for 6:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena Conference Center.

Two men plead guilty in Huntington to federal heroin crimes

Earnest Moore, 40, of Ohio, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute heroin. In a separate prosecution, Robert Douglas Black, 52, of Huntington, entered his guilty plea to distribution of heroin.

Detroit man sentenced to 10 years; Huntington drug dealer sentenced to over three years

Antoine Garfield Rushin, 44, of Detroit, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for aiding and abetting the possession with intent to distribute heroin. In a separate prosecution, Bobby James Mitchell, 35, of Huntington, was sentenced to three years and a month for distribution of heroin.

Liens show governor's companies owe his state $4.4 million

Governor-elect Jim Justice, left, is greeted by Major General James Hoyer as he arrives to deliver the keynote address for the West Virginia Economic Recovery Summit on Friday, Jan. 13, 2017, at Marshall University's Brad D. Smith Foundation Hall in Huntington, W.Va.

Justice takes his agenda straight to the people of W.Va.

Governor Jim Justice continues to use his most powerful tool to work on getting his agenda through the legislature. He's bypassing the legislature altogether and taking his message straight to the people.

Creating a Better Connection Between Huntington and Downtown

One thing talked about for quite some time is how to create a more seemless connection between Marshall's Campus and Downtown Huntington. This would aid both entities as both could benefit from a more active area on 3rd, 4th and 5th Avenues to attract more businesses and more students.

River City Blues Challenge closes out on a high note

Photo by Jeffrey Saulton Among the groups performing Saturday at the River City Blues Challenge was Deuce 'n a Quarter from Columbus, Ohio. Photo by Jeffrey Saulton Among the groups performing Saturday at the River City Blues Challenge was Deuce 'n a Quarter from Columbus, Ohio.

Huntington Police, Fire Pension Funds Lose Investment Potential when Paid in an Untimely Manner

Blair Taylor, executive director of WV Pensions Oversight Board, handles the daily management for the state's pension funds declined to confirm or deny the so-called "behind" status of Huntington's funds. Instead, he has provided state statutes specifying the contribution rules.

Gone but not forgotten -

This undated photo provided by the Archives Collection of West Virginia State Archives and History, shows an aerial view of the Lakin Hospital facility, which included a working farm, psychiatric care facilities and dormitories for employees. This photo, provided by Jerry Waters, from the website "My West Virginia Home In Photos," shows the Lakin Industrial School prior to its demolition in 2006.

Eighth Annual Festival of New Music brings new works, guest performers

The Marshall University School of Music once again will bring new musical works to the Tri-State during the Eighth Annual Festival of New Music March 2-3. This year's festival will feature works of internationally recognized composers and a host of guest performers, including cellist Craig Hultgren and oboist Dr. Richard Kravchak.

Williams addresses Huntington financial problems, announces possible solutions

In his State of the City address Wednesday, Mayor Steve Williams said citizens must come together to work through the city's budget problem, even after the elimination of 24 firefighters and police officers last month. "I understand the anger and frustration," Williams said.

FESTIVAL: Steve Turre to be Artist-in-Residence at Marshall University's 48th Winter Jazz Festival

Not only has [Steve Turre] played with many of the masters of music, but he is able to share both the experiences and the lessons he has learned along the way in an engaging and dynamic way to both students and educators alike. --Dr. Martin Saunders, Director of Jazz Studies, Marshall University Marshall University's Jazz Studies Program, one of the premier Jazz education centers in the U.S. announced that legendary 29-time Downbeat Critic's & Reader's Poll award winner, will be the "Artist in Residence" at the 48th Winter Jazz Festival.

People Die Fighting Fires

Huntington firefighter Jeffrey Waugh asks: "What do I think of when I see our trucks sitting unmanned? What do I think of when we run a truck short? This could be our city," he said of the video. "I hope and pray it doesn't happen, but truth is, it's just a matter of time.

Music scholarship competition to be held Sunday

Marshall University's School of Music will hold its annual competition for the Belle Jackson and Lynum Jackson Memorial Award and the Paul A. Balshaw Award at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 19, in Smith Recital Hall on the university's Huntington campus. "This is the most prestigious competition in the university's music program," said Dr. Wendell Dobbs, interim director of the school.

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