HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) -- An ongoing effort to preserve Huntington's historic Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center is getting help from the state.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, the House of Delegates and the Senate are each contributing $100,000 to help pay for replacing the theater's roof.
Keith-Albee Foundation co-chairman David Tyson tells Associated Press that the roof has been a concern since the group took over the theater in 2006.
Wayne County Sen. Bob Plymale says the foundation also could receive $102,984 from the Division of Culture and History if it can provide matching funds.
The Keith-Albee was built in 1928 as a vaudeville theater and movie house.