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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
Four sentenced in staged vehicle accident fraud scheme

Four individuals were sentenced this week in Clarksburg federal court for the scheme that defrauded $249,000 in false insurance claims in Harrison, Marion and Taylor counties. A total of eight individuals were convicted in March for mail fraud as part of a scheme to stage vehicle accidents during the period of January 2012 to August 2014.

Fairmont City Council passes ordinance including LGBTQ protective langauge

The City Council of Fairmont passed a measure Tuesday night by a 7-2 margin that adopts the language of a non-discrimination resolution as part of a wider ordinance to adopt a Human Rights Commission. The ordinance would provide the Human Rights Commission the opportunity to add language protecting members of the LGBTQ community, some of whom spoke directly Tuesday night.

Former Orrick CEO officially launches Congressional campaign

Former Orrick CEO Ralph Baxter announced Tuesday from Orrick's Global Operations Center in Wheeling he will officially run for office. Baxter was the CEO at Orrick for nearly 25 years.

Formerly missing Fairmont State student set to appear in court Tuesday

The woman originally believed to be "in extreme danger" after going missing in May will appear in court Tuesday for a hearing. Kara Jeffrey, a 21-year-old Fairmont State student from Barboursville, WV facing charges following a February arrest, missed a hearing in July in Marion County Circuit Court that would have revoked her bond.

What's going on with the crumbling empire at 205 Marion Square?

A desk chair and a maintenance barrel are the only items apparent at 205 Marion Square, which has been listed for years as the business address of development companies headed by William Abruzzino. In one corner of the entrance is a black, rolling desk chair.

Tax deputies enter troubled Morgantown hotel to collect for taxes owed

Monongalia County officials have run out of patience with the owners of the financially-troubled Hilton Garden Inn in Suncrest Town Centre. Sheriff's department tax deputies and process servers began a 'levy of execution' at the site Friday.

US Senate agrees to name Huntington VA facility after Williams

The U.S. Senate passed a resolution Thursday to rename the Huntington Veteran Affairs Medical Center after West Virginia's only living Medal of Honor recipient. Hershel "Woody" Williams, of Fairmont, is the state's only living Medal of Honor recipient and a World War II veteran.

AG Takes Faith-Based Approach To Fighting Opioids to Northern Panhandle

Attorney General Patrick Morrisey will travel to the Northern Panhandle 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 Wheeling for a conference next week on the campus of Wheeling Jesuit University.

Finalists named for Fairmont State president

The committee responsible for conducting the search for a new president of Fairmont State University has selected five candidates for the position. The committee announced Tuesday the finalists will visit the campus later this month as the university looks to find a successor to Maria Rose, who retired in June after more than 25 years at the institution.

Marion County fugitive captured in Michigan

A fugitive wanted in Marion County for ramming a police cruiser is in custody of U.S. Marshals in Michigan. Emmanuel "Manny" Gibson was identified Tuesday morning during a traffic stop in Detroit.

Morgantown hotel woes hit community, employees

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - On the surface, there's no apparent reason why a relatively new Hilton Garden Inn located at a busy shopping plaza in Morgantown should be facing financial hardship.

Financial problems hound Clarksburg hotel too

The Hilton Garden Inn in Clarksburg - five stories tall and right off the highway - has racked up thousands of dollars in tax liens over the past few years. City of Clarksburg officials, back in May, filed a lawsuit against the owners of the hotel over $41,000 in unpaid business and occupation and hotel/motel taxes.

Fairmont could become 11th city to adopt non-discrimination language

Fairness West Virginia, the Civil Rights advocacy organization that fights for LGBT rights, is hoping Fairmont will become the next city in West Virginia to adopt some variation of an ordinance supporting policies of non-discrimination. "It's a community that clearly has a determination to become inclusive and become diverse and supportive," Fairness WV Executive Director Andrew Schneider said.

U.S. SBA to open two flood-response centers Friday morning in West Virginia

Two Small Business Administration centers will open in northern West Virginia this Friday to assist local businesses with flood recovery following storms, flooding, landslides, and mudslides on July 28 and July 29. The SBA will open in Fairmont at 1000 Technology Drive at the Alan B. Mollohan Innovation Center 9 a.m. Friday morning.

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