Redevelopment Comes to the old Elks Lodge

Written by Aaron-Michael Fox. For more than 100 years, the Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks Lodge has been a familiar structure on the Old Main Corridor. But now, that structure is getting a facelift, and a heart transplant, and liposuction, and…you know...

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New Shops Open in The Market on Third Avenue

Written by Aaron-Michael Fox. The new downtown Market, located across the street from the Holiday Inn, is the creation of downtown development firm Capital Venture Corporation who have already successfully repurposed several other historic buildings downtown. The new...

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Huntington Wins Best Town Transformation 2018

Written by Aaron-Michael Fox. Even though Huntington has been dealt some difficulties of late, it keeps meeting those challenges head-on. In fact, WV Living Magazine just gave the Jewel City the title of “Best Town Transformation” in West Virginia for 2018. The...

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Merle Norman To Open New Store On Fourth Avenue

Written by Aaron-Michael Fox. The retail options in downtown Huntington continue to expand with the addition of Merle Norman Cosmetics at 907 Fourth Avenue. The location was most recently home to Fro Yo House, a frozen yogurt shop, and Tropical Moon Frozen Yogurt...

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Heritage Station: The Jewel City’s Hidden Gem

Written by Aaron-Michael Fox. For my older readers and those who haven’t been to Huntington for a while, when you read “Heritage Station,” you may think I’m referring to a restaurant at the corner of Eleventh Street and Veterans Memorial Boulevard. Since 2009,...

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Guest Column: Find Your Fire

Written by Alan Brown.  If you met me, you wouldn’t think that I would be your typical candidate for mental illness, at least that would be most people’s assumption. I was the popular kid in school, had good grades, a great home and family life. On paper, I should...

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Going Back To West Virginia

Written by Henry Culvyhouse. West Virginia is my home. I love my mountains, my people, my streams, my towns. It’s the state where I learned how to tell stories, how to live, how to work, and how to love. And most of us can say the same. But for many millennial West...

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City To Relaunch Open To All Campaign

Written by Aaron-Michael Fox.  The City of Huntington will be hosting a relaunch event for the city’s “Open to All” campaign at 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 8, 2018 inside City Hall. A joint effort of the Mayor’s Diversity Advisory Committee and the Mayor’s LGBT Advisory...

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2018—Will It Be Huntington’s Best Year Yet?

Written by Steve Williams, Mayor of the City of Huntington. Even though a new year has arrived, for some of us it may feel as if we have just welcomed 2017 instead of 2018. Hopefully, as we anticipate the coming year, we are filled with a healthy...

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Rare Drops: Vintage Video Game Central

Written by Henry Culvyhouse.  Break out the acid washed jeans and the scrunchies. Let’s talk the 90s and one of its biggest battles: The Console Wars. Many millennials and Generation Xers more than likely recall the battle between Sega and Nintendo for video game...

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