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PASADENA, Calif., March 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Huntington Hospital Cancer Center has received the Outstanding Achievement Award (OAA) from the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer (CoC), which recognizes cancer programs that strive for excellence in providing quality care to their patients. "This is an extremely important designation that illustrates the commitment by Huntington's medical staff, hospital staff and administration, to provide the highest level of cancer care...
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Whether on the go, on the run, or on the phone, Huntington customers can now stay on top of their finances with Huntington Text Banking, a new banking service recently unveiled.
ATLANTA, Dec. 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Gray Television, Inc.
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Oct. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- In the face of a doubling of employer contributions in healthcare costs for families since 2000, small business owners across the country are scrambling to seek ways to offer their employees healthcare that is affordable for workers and for the business.
By Beighley, Dan MANUFACTURING: Rocket, satellite maker set to hire local, Boeing engineers Virginia's Orbital Sciences Corp. is looking to tap into Orange County's engineering workforce by opening a Huntington Beach office.
By Bob Kelly ONE of Anne Barths congressional campaign commercials features a picture of President Bush smooching incumbent Shelley Moore Capito on the cheek. In another Barth commercial, a man sets a spell in a rocker beside a young whippersnapper who disparages Capitos ties to Bush.
By Darst, Paul HUNTINGTON - Since it was founded in 1985, Strictly Business Computer Systems has traveled a long road with a lot of twists and turns.
By Rick Steelhammer Allegiant Air, the low-cost carrier that dropped nonstop service between Huntington's Tri-State Airport and Fort Lauderdale at the end of August, announced Wednesday that the service would resume on Nov. 20.
By RY RIVARD Marshall University cancelled classes in Huntington this morning after parts of the campus lost power. Some of the academic buildings and several of the dorms have no electricity. There is still power at the Drinko Library, large portions of Old Main and the Robert C.
By Anonymous COLUMBUS, Ohio - In an online survey of more than 600 students heading to elementary school through 12th grade this fall, Huntington Bank found that 56 percent of students underestimated the cost of buying classroom and extracurricular activity supplies.
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