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A judge is being asked to hold off enforcement of a ruling he issued that cleared the way for a lawsuit to proceed against Hickory Creek Nursing Center in The… Read More
Social media is creating a stir in the repetitive violence of the Gaza War. For the first time in history, Israelis and Palestinians in the midst of the crisis can… Read More
Mary Kneier and Ginger Schmalenberg of The Gathering Place, Athens' community mental health wellness outreach house, stop by Studio B to talk with Robin Barnes about their attempt to break… Read More
Sources tell WSAZ.com that Cabell Huntington Hospital and St. Mary's Medical Center in Huntington are in serious talks to merge, with an announcement expected this week. Cabell Huntington Hospital issued… Read More
Artist Rajorshi Ghosh grew up as the child of two architects. He could read blueprints and identify the work of building luminaries such as Louis Kahn at an early age. Everyone told him that he, too, would become an architect. It was in the blood.
Of course, he says, this made him want to defy his presumed destiny. But as he began to mine his creative muse, a funny thing happened: The architecture background began to emerge a bit.
Whirlpool Corp. executives and government officials will break ground this week on the company's $40 million expansion of its southwestern Ohio manufacturing plant that is expected to lead to 400… Read More
Evan Shaw and Lynn Harter were recipients of an Emmy award this weekend for an excerpt of a new documentary series “The Courage of Creativity.” The award was received during… Read More
The River City Players will bring the Tony Award-winning musical comedy The Drowsy Chaperone to life this weekend, with shows on Aug. 8 and 9.
The show, under the direction of Amy Perrin and featuring area talent, will be performed at Meigs High School.