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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
Seven surgeons honored by Surgery Review Corp.

Cabell Huntington Hospital has been recognized by the Surgery Review Corp. as a Center for Excellence for Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery, according to hospital release.

Huntington police adjusting to change in overdose response

Police Chief Hank Dial says his officers will still respond to overdose calls, however, under a policy recently changed in the city, there will be better coordination of emergency response to overdose situations. "We were often misutilizing resources," Dial recently told MetroNews.

Stuart: Additional arrest made in Operation Saigon Sunset

A Detroit man, called a major target in the Peterson Drug Trafficking Organization, was arrested Friday, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of West Virginia Mike Stuart said. Terrell Ledez Redd was picked up in Detroit.

U.S. Rep. Jenkins takes on opioid crisis

U.S. Rep. Evan Jenkins, R- W.Va., recently discussed legislation that he believes will help combat the opioid crisis facing the nation. "In 2016, West Virginia had 884 overdose deaths.

MU Rainbow Run to kick-off Huntington's Pride Weekend

The inaugural Rainbow Run was organized to not only raise money for the Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion Student Scholarship, but to kick-off the City of Huntington's Pride events happening throughout the city on June 16th, according to Dr. Tim Melvin, organizer of the run and university assessment coordinator. "Marshall University has been a strong partner with the City of Huntington to create a welcoming and inclusive community for all individuals in our great city," Melvin said.

Juvenile charged in Huntington murder could be transferred to adult status

Cabell County prosecutors plan to pursue adult status against a teenage girl who allegedly shot and killed a woman outside a Huntington housing complex Wednesday. The juvenile was arrested Thursday on murder charges.

Kiwanis conducts 94th election of officers

The Kiwanis Club of Logan began with an anonymous transmission nearly a hundred years ago.

Surgeons honored by Surgery Review Corp.

Cabell Huntington Hospital has been recognized by the Surgery Review Corporation as a Center for Excellence for Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery, according to hospital release.

Man Found Wounded near Downtown Huntington

BREAKING ... Shortly before 11 p.m. Wednesday, June 13, a man has been reported in the 1300 block of Third Avenue suffering from a gunshot wound. Fourth Avenue between 13th and 14th Street was briefly closed off.

Huntington Hosting Regional Economic Diversification Summit

The City of Huntington joins with the WV Region 2 Planning & Development Council and other partners to hold a "Regional Economic Diversification Summit" that will identify strategies to leverage resources for implementation of key city and regional economic development plans and projects. These economic diversification goals build upon Region 2's Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy, and the Huntington Innovation Project which supports our America's Best Community Prize initiative.

Summer nutrition for schoolchildren starts in West Virginia

Thousands of West Virginia schoolchildren who would be at risk of not having enough to eat this summer are being offered meals through a federally funded program. The West Virginia Department of Education's Office of Child Nutrition started its annual program Wednesday at Spring Hill Elementary School in Huntington.

Recovery Fundraiser June 21 at Fat Patty's

Many Huntington, Cabell County, and surrounding area residents have been affected by the opioid epidemic and the diseases affected by addiction. A group of area women are working hard to help with a solution.

Guyan Conservation District to meet June 27

The Guyan Conservation District, in cooperation with the Natural Resources Conservation Service, will have a local work group meeting to discuss conservation programs for 2018-19 and provide guidance for the Focused Conservation Approach and the Environmental Quality Incentive programs.

Motorcycle riders brush up on safety

Billy Summers/The Putnam Herald Seven-year-old Joseph iBubbyi Cobb asked for all of the motorcycles, and big trucks to visit him on his birthday at Coonskin Park on Saturday, April 23rd.

Rakes hired as new full-time police officer for Hamlin

The Town of Hamlin has a new police officer. During the Monday, June 4, 2018 regular session of Hamlin Town Council, the members voted 4-0 to hire Justin Rakes as a full-time policeman for the municipality.

Jenkins reintroduces CRIB Act

U.S. Representative Evan Jenkins has reintroduced the CRIB Act, his legislation to help expand care programs for drug-exposed newborns. According to the Lincoln County congressman's officer, the Caring Recovery for Infants and Babies Act, H.R. 6004, would build on the best practices of Lily's Place in Huntington for treating babies born exposed to heroin, opioids and other drugs.

Branchland man pleads in federal court, stole 180 guns in 3 thefts

A Branchland man who broke in a local pawn shop and stole firearms on three separate occasions pled guilty yesterday in federal court in Huntington to multiple firearms charges, announced United States Attorney Mike Stuart. Robert Lee Reid, 23, entered guilty pleas to three counts of theft of firearms from a federally licensed firearms dealer and an additional count of possession of stolen firearms.

Apparent Miscommunication Leads to Displacement of Certain Parolees in Huntington Recovery Homes

Word spread quickly through social media that a number of parolees in Huntington recovery houses had been informed the city had allegedly "rezoned" where parolees can live. Some of those mystified by the abrupt notices spoke to Huntington City Council.

Michael R. Moore: Should you use city water or bottled water?

Since our bodies are around 70 percent water, water is one of the most important determinants of our health.

COLUMN: The New Ice Age for Huntington

The New Ice Age is bringing about the biggest change in Huntington's illegal drug acttivity since the shift from oxycontin to heroin a few years ago. Meth and Ice have always been big players in West Virginia but they are on their way to becoming Huntington's biggest problem and may soon replace Heroin as Huntington's problem child.

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