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About: fairmont, west virginia

The county seat for Marion County, West Virginia, is Fairmont, which is also nicknamed, "The Friendly City." Once known as "Middletown," the name "Fairmont" eventually took over, after being a contraction of "Fair Mountain." Most famously, the city is known as the first place to publically observe the very first Father's Day, on July 5, 1908. The celebration was meant to honor the 200-plus fathers lost in the Monongah Mining disaster a few months earlier. Alabama head coach Nick Saban and Olympic gold medal-winning gymnast Mary Lou Retton both called Fairmont home at times.

Population: 19024
Local Newspapers: Fairmont Times West Virginian
Local Sports Teams: Fairmont Sports Teams
Local Colleges: Fairmont State University

Zip Codes associated with fairmont, west virginia: 26554
Towns/Cities near fairmont, west virginia : Pleasant Valley Whitehall Monongah Barrackville Riversville Worthington Farmington

Fairmont News
Toni Ricer - Valentine's Day is all about love and chocolate

Tis' the day for love and of course, chocolate! Did you know that approximately 58 billion pounds or $1.5 billion dollars of chocolate is sold the week leading up to Valentine's Day? That is a whole lot of calories. Here are 10 more yummy facts about our beloved confection: 1. It is a known fact that chocolate has caffeine in it.

Parks Commission discusses potential projects

Gabriel plays fetch at the East Marion Dog Park. The Parks Commission discussed creating their own dog park at Morris Park.

W.Va. AG, Faith Leaders to Tackle Opioid Abuse in Putnam County

Attorney General Patrick Morrisey will travel to Putnam County to continue a faith-based initiative aimed at empowering religious groups across the Mountain State in the fight against substance abuse. The Attorney General's "Combating Addiction with Grace" program will roll into Hurricane for a conference next week at River Ridge Church.

Special Weather Statement issued February 12 at 6:43AM EST expiring...

MDZ001-PAZ031-074-076-WVZ021-509>512-121245- Garrett-Fayette Ridges-Westmoreland Ridges-Greene-Eastern Preston-Ridges of Eastern Monongalia and Northwestern Preston-Marion-Monongalia-Preston- 643 AM EST MON FEB 12 2018 ...AN AREA OF HEAVY SNOW WILL AFFECT THE AREA... At 642 AM EST, an area of heavy snow was located along a line extending from Loretto to near Shinnston. Movement was east at 30 mph.

Chamber Notes

The West Virginia Small Business Development Center will offer a Business Fundamentals workshop 10 a.m. to noon, Wednesday, Feb. 21 in Marion County. The workshop will be held in the Robert H. Mollohan Research Center, 1000 Galliher Drive, Fairmont.

County votes to consolidate voting precincts

Deputy Clerk Cecilia Donato, left, and Deputy Clerk Tom Antulov, right, test the county's voting machines for any inaccuracies. The county hopes to purchase new machines in the near future.

Teachers rally, Carmichael questioned on eve of key meeting

Teachers, service personnel and their supporters rallied Saturday from Fayetteville to Martinburg a day ahead of a meeting of leaders of the two teachers unions set for Sunday in Flatwoods. Teachers held umbrellas in one hand and signs in the other as vehicles passed by in Kanawha, Fayette, Braxton, Marion, Berkeley and Jackson counties to name a few.

First Exchange Bank announces plans for new Fairmont headquarters

First Exchange Bank Board of Directors member Jim Boyers announces the plan for a new corporate headquarters in south Fairmont. Radio personality Hoppy Kercheval shows off his gift groundhog, given to him by First Exchange Bank President and CEO Bill Goettel.

Making Route 250 slip fix a top priority is good news for Greater Fairmont motorists

Hearing Department of Transportation Secretary Thomas J. Smith say a fix to the problematic slip on U.S. Route 250 between Fairmont and White Hall is a high priority is great news for the area. Smith, while speaking to a delegate from both Monongalia and Preston Counties on Jan. 30 about upcoming road projects for those areas, was quick to bring up his concern on the Rt.

Gov. Justice appoints new drug policy director

Looking for a new game plan to use in the state's opioid crisis, Gov. Jim Justice appointed Dr. Michael Brumage as director of the office of drug control policy within the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources. A former U.S. Army colonel, Brumage said in a telephone interview that he will be looking at opioid strategies across the state.

Man who tried to run over Fairmont police officer among 28 indicted in Marion County

Stephen Anthony Haller, 50, of Fairmont, was indicted on charges of grand larceny and receiving or transferring stolen goods. Haller was involved in a police shooting in June 2016.

First Exchange Bank to open new South Fairmont headquarters

Serving North Central West Virginia from its Mannington location since 1932, First Exchange Bank will be opening a new headquarters in South Fairmont. The new location will be on the corner of Nasa Boulevard and U.S. Route 250 across from Dan Cava's Toyota World.

Toni Ricer - Staggering statistic is that one in four women dies of heart disease

GO RED FOR WOMENA is this Friday. The American Heart Association gives us the following facts: a staggering statistic is that one in four women die of heart disease.

Susan Bartholow - Mountaineer Artists have been meeting for 27 years

Local artist Mandy Steele would like to let everyone know about the Mountaineer Artists, a group that has been meeting monthly for 27 years at the Kingmont Community Building. Originally known as the North Central West Virginia Tole & Decorative Painters, classes and techniques have evolved over the years from cute wood projects to incorporate fine art methods in watercolor, oil, acrylic and exploring the latest artistic creations.

No pay raise for DOT employees

As the West Virginia Department of Transportation prepares for the first sale of bonds in the "Roads to Prosperity" plan, money is being shifted around to update much-needed technology and infrastructure, but employees, who are lacking, still aren't seeing a pay raise.

City applies for more than $730,000 in fire dept. grants

The fire department's current East Side station is nearly 100 years old and lacks the infrastructure for most modern firefighting equipment. The city had plans to build the new east side facility on 1115 Morgantown Ave., but recent tests have deemed the property insufficient.

Author pens book about 1948 murder in Fairmont

This Oct. 2, 2014 photo shows the cover of a book by author Charlotte Laws in Los Angeles,Ca.

Morrisey talks faith-based initiative in drug fight

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey was in Logan on Thursday to speak with religious and community leaders about the ongoing fight against substance abuse.

Williamstown roundabout construction could turn dirt by summer

Rusty Roten, West Virginia Division of Highways District Three engineer, said the improvement, a roundabout, at the intersection of West Virginia 14 and 31 will enhance safety in the area and improve traffic flow. A roundabout is also called a traffic circle, road circle, rotary or rotunda, and is a type of circular intersection or junction in which road traffic flows almost continuously in one direction.

Snowy owl caught in Vienna released back into the wild

Photo provided by Joey Herron of Fairmont, W.Va. Dr. Jesse Fallon, director of veterinary medicine at the Avian Conservation Center of Appalachia in Morgantown, releases the snow owl on Saturday at Presque Isle State Park on the shore of Lake Erie near Erie, Pa.

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