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  • WANT TO GO? Ginos celebration Gino's celebrates 50 years in business with free outdoor concerts Friday and Saturday at Gino's Pub, 2501 Fifth Ave., Huntington. On Friday, Karla Dehart and RiverTown perform at 6 p.m. and Ricky Huckaby, son of former Marshall University basketball coach Rick Huckaby. takes the stage at 8:15 p.m. Piano player David Lucas, who played at the pub many years ago, returns to perform at 7 p.m. Saturday. HUNTINGTON - Gino's Pizza and Spaghetti House founder Kenny Grant isn't Italian. His family didn't make pizza. He didn't know anyone named Gino.

  • By virtue of being the youngest of eight inductees into the Radford High School Hall of Fame class, Tommy Edwards was the last to speak the other night. It had been an exceptional night of introduction for and acceptance speeches by inductees Dennis W. Hammack, Rodger Wills, Mike Grant, Kenny Edwards and India Adams, as well as those who spoke for the late E.C. Dickens and Frank Hurd.

  • When Kenny Grant set out to open his first pizzeria, learning how to make a good pie was the first thing he learned. The second was realizing the value of his workers. Huntington - Kenny Grant walked into Gino's The Pub, smiled and waved at three men seated around a table drinking beer.

  • A Kansas City attorney won a $20 million verdict after an Arkansas hospital performed surgery on the wrong side of a teenager's brain, allegedly permanently changing his personality. Grant Davis, of Davis, Bethune & Jones, handled the negligence case for Pamela and Kenny Metheny, the parents and co-conservators for plaintiff Cody Metheny.

  • DOVER-FOXCROFT - Peaks Kenny State Park will receive a $415,000 grant from the National Park Service's Land and Water Conservation Fund, U.S. Sens. Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins announced Tuesday. The grant will allow for construction of a new comfort station and group shelter. The project will replace an existing day-use bathhouse with a modern, unisex, fully accessible comfort station.

  • HOULTON - passed away Jan. 26, 2013, at a local hospital. She was born Feb. 13, 1925, the daughter of Ansel and Avis Hatfield. She is survived by her loving, heartfelt family: her son, Robert and Joan Fournier of Houlton; grandson, Richard and Jennifer Fournier of Bangor; granddaughter, Aimee and David Goff of Smyrna; four special great-grandchildren, Natalie and Hailey Fournier of Bangor and Janelle and Jeremiah Goff of Smyrna; a special niece, Judi Britton and husband, Robert, of Houlton; two stepsons, Dana and Ellen Grant, and Kenny Grant of Florida; and two stepgrandsons, Dean and David Grant. She was predeceased by her parents; her husband, Ralph Grant; son, Richard Fournier; brother, Elvin Hatfield; and two sisters, Marjorie Lambert and Marie Scagel.

  • Cass Tech's announcement came first. Students, including the baseball and softball teams filed into the auditorium with no idea why they'd been summoned for an assembly. Thomas Ogden, president of Comerica Bank-Michigan, called both teams on stage and announced Cass Tech was the southeast Michigan 2013 Grand Slam Grant recipient. Detroit Tigers mascot PAWS, the DTE Energy Squad, DJ Kenny Valentino and Fox Sports Detroit celebrity emcee Shannon Hogan were on hand for the surprise assembly. The students received a congratulatory video message from Detroit Tigers outfielder [Andy Dirks]. Comerica Bank is a proud supporter of Michigan's hometown teams," said Thomas D. Ogden, president, Comerica Bank-Michigan. "Cass Tech's plans to use the Grand Slam Grant to fund much-needed equipment and ...

  • News and notes Record gator: The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks (MDWFP) recently confirmed the record for heaviest alligator. The record alligator was caught by the hunting party of Tom Grant of Boyle, Miss., Sept. 22 at a private hunting club near Fitler in Issaquena County. The weight of 697.5 pounds exceeds the previous record of 690.5 pounds, which was held by Brian Jackson of Brandon on private lands in Issaquena County in 2011. Grant's alligator becomes the record weight of a male alligator taken by an alligator hunter in Mississippi. The current hunter-harvested length record for Mississippi is 13 feet, 6 inches. Grant's alligator was officially measured at 13 feet, 1 inches long and had a belly girth of 65 inches and a tail girth of 45 inches. Grant sai...

  • Dennis Hopson The Nets selected the 6-foot-5 Ohio State swingman with the third overall pick in 1987. He never averaged more than 15.8 in his NBA career. Those picked after him? Scottie Pippen, Kevin Johnson, Kenny Smith, Horace Grant and Reggie Miller. Ouch.

  • The Colorado Health Foundation is giving a $731,872 three-year to the CU Aging Center at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs that will be used to expand its mental health services for seniors. It's the third time the foundation has given a major to the 12-year-old center, executive director Michael Kenny said Tuesday, and brings the total to about $1 million.

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