The Cabell-Huntington Health Department, in collaboration with the City of Huntington and KYOVA Region 2 Planning & Development Council, has partnered with Esri, a global market leader in GIS tracking, to create a local GIS tracking site for our community to provide up-to-date information on the COVID-19 pandemic.
HUNTINGTON -- Mayor Steve Williams announced Tuesday, April 7, that he is appointing Interim Police Chief Ray Cornwell to serve in the position permanently.
HUNTINGTON – Mayor Steve Williams announced Friday, April 3, that the City of Huntington has receive two federal grants totaling almost $1.6 million that will be used for the city’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Huntington City Council unanimously adopted a tax and fee relief package Tuesday to help all city residents, retail shops and restaurants weather the financial fallout from the COVID-19 outbreak.
Mayor Steve Williams is reminding community members that, along with complaints of nonessential businesses, the Huntington Police Department will respond to and investigate complaints of large social gatherings that are in violation of West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice's executive stay-at-home order.
As part of Cabell County’s preparation for the 2019 novel coronavirus, known as COVID-19, the Cabell-Huntington Health Department has established a Joint Information Center (JIC) with community partners. The JIC is a virtual operation where public information staff with multiple agencies are coordinating and disseminating official, timely, accurate and consistent information to health-care providers and to the general public.
Mayor Steve Williams delivered his 2020 State of the City address and proposed fiscal year 2021 budget to City Council members on Friday, February 14.
Huntington Mayor Steve Williams announced Friday, Feb. 7, that the Huntington Municipal Development Authority (HMDA) has purchased the former ACF Industries property in the city’s Highlawn neighborhood.
The Huntington Mayor’s Council for the Arts is seeking businesses, property owners and individuals to “adopt a box” in an effort to bring a new artistic element to downtown Huntington.
Mayor Steve Williams announced Tuesday, Jan. 21, that Huntington’s Quick Response Team (QRT) has been selected as a mentor site as part of a national initiative to spread law enforcement and first responder diversion programs across the country in their efforts to respond to the opioid crisis.