Mayor Steve Williams announced Monday, Jan. 11, that he has named former Huntington City Council Chairman Mark Bates as the City of Huntington’s Director of Council and Constituent Engagement.
HUNTINGTON -- Huntington City Councilwoman Jennifer Wheeler was elected chairwoman and City Councilman Mike Shockley was elected vice chairman during the Council’s special meeting Monday, Jan. 4.
The City of Huntington offers the following free drop-off locations for disposal of Christmas trees: Christmas tree drop-off locations in the City of Huntington:
HUNTINGTON – A nonprofit organization focused on fostering community and economic development opportunities in Huntington’s Fairfield neighborhood has hired its first executive director. RaShad Sanders stepped into his new role as executive director of the Fairfield Community Development Corporation (FCDC) in November. He will serve as the organization’s point person for enhancing the physical, economic, health, safety and social aspects of life for Fairfield residents.
HUNTINGTON – For the second consecutive year, the City of Huntington has received a perfect score from the nation’s largest LGBTQ civil rights organization for creating an inclusive community for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
HUNTINGTON – Huntington Mayor Steve Williams was recently elected to another term of the National League of Cities (NLC) board of directors by NLC’s membership at the 2020 Virtual City Summit.
HUNTINGTON – The Huntington Mayor’s Council on the Arts and the City of Huntington have established the position of a literary laureate in recognition of the importance of the literary arts in the community.
The City of Huntington will offer free parking at all of its metered spaces in the downtown on the following dates to encourage holiday shopping
HUNTINGTON – Huntington Police officers are putting down their razors and letting their beards grow for No Shave November in an effort to raise funds for children with cancer.
HUNTINGTON – The City of Huntington will receive $608,350.13 that will be used for paving projects next spring as a result of an antitrust settlement between 11 asphalt and paving companies and the West Virginia Department of Transportation and six local governments.