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Lawrence County commissioner Pratt dead at 45  Huntington Herald Dispatch

IRONTON — Lawrence County Commissioner William "Bill" Pratt, 45, of Chesapeake, Ohio, died Friday night, according to county officials.

Robert “Bob” G. Smoot | Obituaries  Circleville Herald

Robert “Bob” G. Smoot,82, of South Bloomfield, passed away surrounded by his family at Mt. Carmel West Medical Center, Columbus. He was born on Dec.

Photos: 95th Annual Commencement at Chesapeake High School  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Chesapeake High School conducts the 95th annual commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 27, 2018, in Chesapeake, Ohio.

Chesapeake upsets Coal Grove for homecoming win  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHESAPEAKE - Chesapeake snapped Coal Grove's eight-game Ohio Valley Conference football winning streak Friday with a 35-28 victory at Phil Davis Field.

Drug possession, breaking and entering, among Sheriff's reports  Huntington Herald Dispatch

IRONTON — A 15-year-old South Point High School student admitted bringing prescription medication to school to sell, but a teacher took him to the office ...

UPDATE: Crews call off search in Ohio River  WSAZ-TV

The road is currently blocked off due to high water in front of the high school. There is a heavy law enforcement and rescue crew presence.

Air attack carries Dragons to brink of Ohio playoffs  Huntington Herald Dispatch

ROME TOWNSHIP, Ohio - Technically, the playoffs for Ohio high school football teams begin Nov. 2, but for Fairland, the postseason began last week.

County championship-bound Broadneck tops Chesapeake, 3-2

It had seemed like no team was a match for the power of Chesapeake's comebacks. It took the last game of the season just to find one who could.

Chesapeake football moves up in latest OHSAA alignment  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON - Chesapeake High School is the only Ohio football program in the area changing divisions in the latest Ohio High School Athletic Association ...

4 Local Marching Bands Compete in Bands of America Grand National Competition  WOWK

Four marching bands from our viewing area are in Indianapolis to compete in the Bands of America Grand National Competition.

Chesapeake High School Marching Band gains national attention  Huntington Herald Dispatch

By WHITNEY LOWE. The Lawrence Herald. CHESAPEAKE - In November 2014, the Chesapeake High School Marching Band took the field at Lucas Oil ...

Local kayak racer wins at national event  Huntington Herald Dispatch

South Point resident Hollie Hall was watching her husband race last July at the Ohio State Canoe and Kayak Championships when she asked herself a simple ...

Dragons and Panthers battle on football field  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHESAPEAKE, Ohio - The old saying is, "When purple and green meet, they clash."That's not only true in fashion, but on the football field. Fairland's green-clad ...

A sit down with Steve Schuh: Reflections on his term and Trump's influence on the election

County Executive Steve Schuh sat down with The Capital to discuss his defeat, his next plans and why he thinks Republicans lost on Nov. 6.

The Dairy Bell serves up classic Americana eats  Huntington Herald Dispatch

The Dairy Bell, a charming little diner in Chesapeake, Ohio, with a wealth of history, first opened its doors in 1951. The small restaurant serves up burgers, ...

Photos: Chesapeake Prom Grand March 2016 | Photo Galleries  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Chesapeake High School conducts its Prom Grand March on Saturday, April 23, 2016, in Chesapeake.

Fletcher, experienced line lead Chesapeake  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHESAPEAKE - Chesapeake High School head coach Andy Clark has seen plenty of football during his time with the Panthers.

Severna Park defeats South River in shootout to claim county championship, 1-0

The only way to win was to take the defenses completely out of the equation. Neither South River nor Severna Park, the two toughest girls' soccer teams in the ...

WATCH: High school football star's national anthem goes viral

Arundel High School (Gambrills, Md.) football player Jackson Dean Nicholson's focus on the field is always on getting to the quarterback. He is a defensive end, ...

Scott Howard, force behind new STEM academy, dies  Huntington Herald Dispatch

IRONTON - Scott Howard, former Ironton and Chesapeake superintendent and developer of the new Tri-State Early College STEM-M Academy set to open next ...

Prep notebook: Boyd County twin sisters pick WVSU basketball  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Boyd County High School twin sisters Charity and Payton Shears committed to play college basketball, and will continue to do so together.

Photos: Chesapeake vs. Barnesville, football | Multimedia  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Chesapeake takes on Barnesville in an Ohio Division VI playoff game on Friday, Nov. 4, 2016, at Chesapeake High School.

Coach Phil Davis dies  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHESAPEAKE, Ohio - Legendary Tri-State Area high school coach Phil Davis died Friday from a long battle with cancer.

Coal Grove and Chesapeake meet in youth football game  Huntington Herald Dispatch

COAL GROVE, Ohio - Two of the more storied youth football programs in the Tri-State met Saturday at Patterson Field when Coal Grove played host to ...

New circle hook rules take effect May 16

After a series of fits and starts the state legislative committee responsible for authorizing regulations under exigent circumstances has approved the Maryland ...

Buckeye Rural Electric Cooperative's annual member meeting  Daily Sentinel

RIO GRANDE, Ohio — With more than 900 in attendance, including 560 member-consumers, Buckeye Rural Electric Cooperative (BREC) held its 80th annual ...

Fleig changed positions, still led Chesapeake on and off the field

Imagine being a volleyball player, a soccer player or even a cheerleader transitioning to a new sport. Several girls at Chesapeake High School decided to do ...

Huntington St. Joe boys go to Chesapeake and win  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHESAPEAKE, Ohio -- Huntington St. Joe's Keith Clemons admitted he hadn't done much 31 minutes, 44 seconds of Friday's boys high school basketball game ...

Persin inducted into OHSBCA HoF  Portsmouth Daily Times

COLUMBUS — True to form, Norm Persin's speech Saturday night almost perfectly paralleled his four-decade high school boys basketball coaching c.

Photos: Chesapeake Panthers Take on the Hornets at Dawson-Bryant  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Anthony Davis/The Herald-Dispatch. Chesapeake Panthers take on the Dawson-Bryant Hornets on Friday, Oct. 30, 2015, in Coal Grove, Ohio. Close. 1 of 18.

Schools take the plunge, South River High tops fundraising list — again

Thousands of students plunged into the chilly Chesapeake on Thursday complete the fundraising challege for Special Olympics Maryland.

A heart for people lands Rhoades award  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHESAPEAKE, Ohio - As do most young basketball players, Gage Rhoades envisioned himself playing in the NBA.The former Chesapeake High School star ...

Students stretch creativity for Christmas tree project  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHESAPEAKE, Ohio - Chesapeake High School students tested their creativity this month with a project that put a fun twist on the traditional Christmas tree.

Arrests made in Chesapeake drug bust - The Tribune  Ironton Tribune

CHESAPEAKE— Two people were arrested on drug charges Thursday in Chesapeake, following a traffic stop by Chesapeake Police Chief Randy Lewis.

From Kent Island beach trash, a sculpture rises

Lucy Kruse wants her art to disgust you. Her 7-foot-sculpture, “Many Hands,” is a sea creature like no other — made of bottle caps, buckets, Styrofoam, Mylar ...

Redmen look to thrive through multiple changes  Huntington Herald Dispatch

PEDRO, Ohio - No high school football program in the Tri-State might have undergone more change than Rock Hill in the offseason.

Coach Lewis D'Antoni, father of Mike, Dan, dies at 103  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — Lewis D'Antoni, father of Mike and Danny D'Antoni, died Saturday at age 103.

Prep Notebook: Zban's commitment to Herd continues his family tradition  Huntington Herald Dispatch

The Zban tradition at Marshall University continues. Huntington High School quarterback Luke Zban committed to the Thundering Herd. Zban's father, Mark, was ...

13-year-old girl shatters glass ceiling, quarterbacks school’s football team  WTKR News 3

NORTH KANSAS CITY, MO (WQAD) – Neveah Spillman loves sports. Her current position at Maple Park Middle School isn't typical of girls her age – Neveah is ...

Local football stars drawing recruiting attention  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON - Ohio State's offensive line could have a distinctly Huntington flavor in the near future if the Buckeyes are fortunate enough to land two stellar ...

New Rock Hill football coach Lutz is his own man  Huntington Herald Dispatch

PEDRO, Ohio - The mannerisms are similar, as is the inflection in his voice.People watching Mark Lutz talk to his Rock Hill High School football team after ...

Oaks outlast Redmen in non-league game - The Tribune  Ironton Tribune

Jim Walker PEDRO — The Rock Hill Redmen had plenty yardage and plenty of points. But they also had a few more mistakes ...

Long Reach wins Howard County winter cheerleading championship  Baltimore Sun

With a score of 111.15 points, Long Reach won the Howard County winter cheerleading championship Feb. 10 at Mt. Hebron High School.

Two teens facing charges after Grassfield High School vandalized

Chesapeake, Va. - Two 18-year olds are facing charges after allegedly vandalizing Grassfield High School Thursday night. Students say it was all part of a ...

Bowie's Laney Puhalla twirls her way to gold at world championships

Laney Puhalla, 17, won the gold medal in the Junior Women's Event at the 2018 World Baton Twirling Championships—the twirling world's highest level of ...

Dragons hope to meet great expectations  Huntington Herald Dispatch

ROME TOWNSHIP, Ohio - In 2013, Fairland High School's football team went 7-4, won the Ohio Valley Conference championship and made the playoffs.

Fairland salutes Carl York  Huntington Herald Dispatch

PROCTORVILLE, Ohio -- Chesapeake High School vs. Fairland High School in basketball is always a big deal.

The Memorial Game: Herd vs. 49ers  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — All week long, Marshall players and coaches have said the right things in reference to the importance of this week's 'Memorial' game against ...

Dairy Bell still going strong after 64 years  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHESAPEAKE, Ohio - Established by Ruth Brown and her son N.F. Brown, in 1951 M&M's Dairy Bell is a classic American diner known for it's hotdogs, ...

Cecils, big and little  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHESAPEAKE, Ohio -- Cecil Fletcher, Jr. looks forward to the day that people have forgotten about him.

Youth coach puts 'Ball' in basketball  Huntington Herald Dispatch

KENOVA - Young basketball players improved their skills last week at the Chris Ball Basketball Camp at the Ceredo-Kenova Community Center.

ND rolls to undefeated season  Portsmouth Daily Times

GIRLS BASKETBALLSaturday (2/10)Notre Dame 82, Belpre 40Behind strong outings from Lexi Smith and Katie Dettwiller, the Notre Dame Titans' girls baske.

Anne Arundel County Council approves polystyrene foam ban

The Anne Arundel County Council voted Monday night to ban polystyrene plastic foam containers in a 4-3 vote, giving restaurants until January 1, 2020 to use ...

South Lake development could see an additional 512 units

A proposal to add more housing to the South Lake development in South Bowie and use taxpayer money to pay for infrastructure construction there was met with ...

Federal oversight office concludes investigation into Anne Arundel County office, after finding several 'concerns'

A federal investigation into the Anne Arundel County Partnership for Children, Youth and Families concluded this month after a year and a half investigation ...

Polls close: Anne Arundel County voters say they sought change and making a difference in 2018

NOTE: Results from the state election's board have been delayed due to high voter turnout in Prince George's County. Voters were still in line after 9 p.m. Capital ...

Game day: Naval Academy football tradition backed by hundreds behind the scenes in Annapolis

A Navy game day at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium is about tradition, honoring what has come before in the storied history of the Blue and Gold ...

'Chasm': A story of a game designer's dream, and the sacrifice needed to make it work

James Petruzzi had a crazy idea in 2012: He would quit his job and make a video game. He figured he would finish in May 2014. The game released July 31, ...

Former St. Joe star Murphy coming to MU  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON - Deaundra Murphy is coming home to play.The former Huntington St. Joe High School boys basketball star said he will transfer from ...

A fatal error: Crofton woman finds out from bank that she had been declared dead

There was nothing particularly special about Sept. 20 for Ellen Baron, until she got home and learned she was apparently dead. The news of the Crofton ...

Hope for elder orphans in Anne Arundel

Orphans are often thought of as children just starting their lives with no one to care for them. In this case, child services usually steps in to find them caregivers.

Talk To Iris: The power of a hug

As my weeks at summer camp draw to a close, I am reflecting on what I will miss most. Topping that list is our bracing lake that never fails to make us feel fully ...

Lost Huntington: The Biltmore Hotel | Lost Huntington  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Editor's note: This is the 74th in a series of articles recalling vanished Huntington landmarks.

Decatur's Amya Mumford reaches major milestone with 1,000th career point  Delmarva Daily Times

Decatur girls basketball senior Amya Mumford scored her 1000th career point on Dec. 7 against Queen Anne's.

Disoriented sailor rescued in stormy weather off Kent Island

Not a bilge or a fuel pump, as you might expect in a story about a rescue of a lost sailor during a storm on the Chesapeake Bay, but an insulin pump.

Appreciation: A reporter's memories of former first lady Barbara Bush

As a reporter for United Press International during the 1980s, I didn't think I'd like my assignment to interview the future first lady. She seemed steely in previous ...

Outstanding science students honored by Holzer Health  Huntington Herald Dispatch

GALLIPOLIS, Ohio - Several Lawrence County high school students were among those honored by Holzer Health System as outstanding science graduates at ...

Huntington High graduates Class of 2016  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON - Few tears were shed among graduates as Huntington High School's Class of 2016 received their diplomas Thursday night, with the majority of ...

Naval Academy professor named Annapolis' first poet laureate

Temple is an outstanding, recognized poet with a record of engaging and encouraging creativity in his students,” Mayor Gavin Buckley said. “His ideas for ...

Marshall University announces individual winners from SCORES academic competition  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Here are the individual winners from the Marshall University Search Committee On Recognizing Excellent Students competition on April 18. The students are ...

Capital Gazette survivor: 'We shouldn’t have to die for a level of decency to be upheld'

Surviving Capital Gazette staff members recount what happened between the first shot and arrival of the police.

Growing restaurant industry is helping Huntington area become a foodie destination  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — Whether you are in the mood for Greek moussaka, authentic Chinese pig's feet, Japanese fire stir-fried beef, Indian vegetarian, ...

Can-Opener Collective pops open in downtown Annapolis space

Tourists wandering Dock Street have been introduced to Annapolis' emerging visual artists through the slow hiss of the Can-Opener Collective opening.

Rob Hiaasen: Little did I know

Capital columnist Rob Hiaasen pays tribute to 1959.

Photos: Readers share their vintage prom photos | Photo Galleries  Huntington Herald Dispatch

For generations of students, prom is just special. It's the first fancy event many of us attend, the first evening gown, the first tuxedo, a night full of memorable ...

Cabell Midland graduates Class of 2016  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON - At roughly 460 graduates, the Cabell Midland High School Class of 2016 alone had enough students form one of the more populated West ...

Annapolis mayor names June the city's first LGBTQ+ Pride Month

Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley recently signed a proclamation marking June as LGBTQ+ Pride Month. Buckley plans on hosting the city's inaugural LGBTQ+ ...

Swimming for their lives in Severna Park

We think we know what athletes look like. With the Winter Olympics underway, Americans huddle around their screens in awe of snowboarders, skiers, skaters ...

Police respond to possible threats made at Woodrow Wilson High School

Police are investigating threats that appeared on social media regarding a possible incident around lunchtime at Woodrow Wilson High School, according to ...

Annapolis named best 'under-the-radar' destination wedding location

This month, the site Pop Sugar named Annapolis as one of the "most creative places where couples are getting hitched this year."

Clyde Beal: Korean War vet recalls service at Christmas Hill  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Earl Goodall followed a most unusual path through his energetic life. Now at the age of 85, he's as agile as a cat on the backyard fence with the energy.

The Post's 2016 Teacher of the Year: A 'one-woman powerhouse' in Md.  Washington Post

Howard County teacher Shalonda Holt aims to create a positive environment for students.

Anne Arundel County High School Honor Roll 2014-15: Third Marking Period

This is a searchable database of Anne Arundel County high school students who made the honor roll in the third marking period of the 2014-15 school year.

Huntington's opioid crisis inspires new mystery novel  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — A native of Huntington and a Marshall University graduate, Julia Keller is the author of a series of mystery novels set in the fictional town of ...

Sword send-off: Hundreds gather for celebration of the late Johnny Fox

Friends, family and admirers from across the county attended Saturday's celebration of the famous sword swallower.

The butterfly effect: Monarch Academy a blank canvas for arts

Monarch Academy celebrated its opening Oct. 10. Arts integration will be a major component of the new school.

Shovels in the dirt for $18.8 million Anne Arundel County police academy

Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh and county police chief Timothy Altomare celebrated upcoming construction for the new 30000 square feet police ...

Rack 'em: Shooting pool in Anne Arundel

A cue ball smashes into freshly racked balls, sending them to 15 points on the green-clothed table. Oh, such a sweet sound. The only thing better when holding ...

Anne Arundel Community College professor allows students to bring 3x5 cards to class; Doesn’t specify inches

Anne Arundel Community College freshman Elijah Bowen was taught in his accounting class to sweat the details. So that's why he decided to bring a ...

'Not Today Satan:' 6 graduate from drug court

Diane Werner stood in front of the gallery wearing a shirt with “Not Today Satan” printed boldly on the front. She said the words on her shirt have been her ...

Gallery: Victims of the 1970 Marshall Plane Crash | The Plane Crash  Huntington Herald Dispatch

At 7:36 p.m. Nov. 14, 1970, Southern Airways Flight 932 crashed into a hill just short of the Tri-State Airport, killing all 75 people on board. The plane was ...

Home of the Week: A caring concept in senior living

"Oh my God! This is like home," exclaimed Rose Noland, 85, a lifelong resident of College Park who worked, during her career, at Merrill Lynch and the ...

Annapolis firefighter diagnosed with leukemia calls for more bone marrow donors

Lt. Josh Snyder, a member of the Annapolis Fire Department, was diagnosed with myelofibrosis — a form of leukemia — back in February 2015 and he's ...

Fake news story about Annapolis mayor shared on Facebook, Twitter

A fake news story circulating online wrongly states that Annapolis mayor Michael Pantelides has approved the demolition of Newtowne 20 and wrongly ...

AACC professor to showcase life's work at Maryland Hall

Rick Malmgren, an Anne Arundel Community College professor, will host a retrospective exhibit at Maryland Hall starting Jan. 9 to Feb. 25.

2,600 suits donated to area veterans at Glen Burnie event

Getting veterans ready for job interviews is what spurred the Marching Our Veterans Back to Work event, an effort spearheaded by Anne Arundel County ...

Around Broadneck: Peacherine Ragtime Orchestra delivers music to new generation

Andrew Greene discovered ragtime music at age 11. The Broadneck resident had studied classical piano since age 4, and was a bit tired of Chopin.

Cloudy, rainy start to work week  Huntington Herald Dispatch

A chance of showers to start your work week, mainly before 8 a.m. Cloudy, with a high near 57. Chance of precipitation is 30 percent. Tonight, a slight chance of.

Freshmen Girls National Indoor Rankings: Jordan Sales Approaching Sub 7 In 55 Dash

Check out the top 100 freshmen girls national indoor rankings by event as of December 26th. Jordan Sales of J.H. Rose (NC) is already approaching sub 7 ...

US Top 50 Sophomore Boys Indoor Returnees By Event

Check out the nation\'s top 50 boys returnees among the class of 2019 (sophomore) for the upcoming indoor season.

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