- Mayoral Candidate Alleges Mayor, Council "Embarassed" by Towing Outcry; Council Allegedly Persecutes Disabled Member for Backing Ordinance
- DuPont and Chemours to hold AGMs without addressing growing C-8 issue in U.S., Europe, and Asia
- Greenbrier County man pleads guilty to Federal crime involving oxycodone
- ANALYSIS: Efficency versus Dissent Collides at Council Meeting
- Huntington advances to finals of America’s Best Communities competition
- Movie about terrorism told by 9/11 survivors and veterans being filmed in West Virginia.
- AT&T Announces Nearly 60 Jobs Available in Huntington
- Renewable Energy in West Virginia: Projects and Prospects subject of 2016 conference in Huntington
- Huntington's Harm Reduction Program Merits D.C. Visit
- Marshall University Forensic Science Program hosts Forensic Science Research Day
Congressman Rahall Visits HPD, Meets with Mayor Williams, Holbrook
Meanwhile, no official word has come on Holbrook's discussions about becoming Police Chief of Columbia, S.C. One source indicated an offer had been extended to him by Columbia's city manager. Holbrook and his family visited the city last weekend.
As Holbrook determines his decision, Huntington City Council resumes its series of budget hearings Thursday, March 20, fifteen minutes following the council work session. The work session begins at 4 p.m. in council chambers. Departments whose budget proposals will be presented by Public Works including Sanitation & Trash Fund, Civic Arena- Coal Severance- Transfers.