- Q and A with Mayor Steve Williams: Audits ALWAYS have Findings....
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- Q and A with Councilman Caserta: Mayor Needs to be Held Accountable, Independent Audit Necessary
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- Marshall University Board of Governors to hold emergency meeting this afternoon
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- CFPB Takes Action to End Student 'Debt Relief' Scams; CFPB Warns Borrowers About Companies Charging High Fees for Free Federal Loan Repayment Programs
- "My Brother, My Brother & Me" Sunday Night at City Hall Auditorium
Video: Learn What's Coming When MU's Visual Arts Center Opens
As a historic note, Marshall did not acquire all of the former Stone and Thomas property. The portion to the east that included the former entrance , display frontage, and elevator tower was not included. This section of the former Anderson Newcomb Company store had been added during various expansions.
For those old timers that remember visiting the store, the shoe department, the areas immediately after stepping off the elevators, the former beauty shop, and the men's department are not part of the original structure.
The video supplied by Marshall University outlines the downtown renaissance anticipated by the opening of the new facility.