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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
Opry performance set in Elkins

The Country Store Opry will open the Spring season with a classic country music show at the Elkins High School auditorium on Friday from 7 to 9:30 p.m. The CSO is the third-longest-running country music show in West Virginia.

Chamber Notes

The Chamber is hosting its annual Golf Scramble "Nacho Average" Golf Tournament May 4 at the Green Hills Country Club in Fairmont beginning at 12:30 p.m. Please contact the chamber at 304-363-0442 or email at jdh@marionchamber.com to register or for more information. The chamber will host Ladies Day at the Chamber April 26 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the St. Francis Center in Follansbee.

Fairmont City Council to look at city manager pay raise, property acquisitions

City Council will consider a $5,000 pay raise for City Manager Robin Gomez, as well as two property acquisitions, at this week's meeting. "Yes, I am excited about that," Gomez said after the previous meeting.

West Virginia Supreme Court rules in Parkersburg meal case

The West Virginia Supreme Court in a 4-1 decision ruled for a man denied reimbursement for a meal he ate while on an ordered medical examination 100 miles from home. The court said Carlos D. Silveti, who worked at the Ohio Valley Nursing Home in Parkersburg, should have received a reasonable reimbursement for meal costs, said his attorney, William B. Richardson Jr. of Parkersburg.

Carlos Silveti v. Ohio Valley Nursing Home Inc

William B. Richardson, Jr., Esq., Richardson and Campbell, Parkersburg, West Virginia, Counsel for the Petitioner Steven K. Wellman, Esq., Jenkins Fenstermaker, PLLC, Huntington, West Virginia, Counsel for the Respondent Mr. Carlos Silveti, a claimant for workers' compensation benefits, was ordered by his claims administrator to attend a medical examination that was one-hundred miles away from his home. He spent six hours traveling to, attending, and returning from the medical examination, during which time he ate one meal.

Pregnancy center head shares journey from grief to discovery

When Cindy Springston looks into the faces of the young, often frightened mothers she works with each week, she sees the features of another young woman from decades past, one contemplating a decision that would remain hidden from her family for over 50 years, one with eyes remarkably like Springston 's own. "I have a story to tell," says the West Virginia native, relaxing in her office at the Havelock Pregnancy Resource Center .

Cops: Man at Riverhead motel had multiple weapons

A West Virginia man faces multiple weapons-possession charges after he was found with several handguns at a Riverhead motel, police said Sunday. Riverhead police said they received a call from an employee at the Greenview Motel on West Main Street at noon Saturday saying that he had recovered a loaded semi-automatic hand gun from the premises.

Pittsburgh Mayor promotes regionalism at area business summit

The summit, entitled "Bridges Without Boundaries," was held at the Robert H. Mollohan Research Center in Fairmont, with Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto as the keynote speaker. "I've had the opportunity over the past few years to start to look beyond the city of Pittsburgh and really toward our entire region, as Pittsburgh faced a change and transition of its economy," Peduto said.

STATE v. KING

Scott A. Shough, Esq., Fairmont, West Virginia, Counsel for the Petitioner Patrick Morrisey, Esq., Attorney General, Robert L. Hogan, Esq., Deputy Attorney General, Charleston, West Virginia, Counsel for the Respondent The petitioner, Carter Perry King, was charged with two counts of sexual abuse by a parent, guardian or custodian and two counts of second degree sexual assault in 2004. By order entered December 18, 2008, the circuit court found that the petitioner was not competent to stand trial and that he would have been convicted of the criminal charges against him.

New Miss West Virginia United States sets education platform

In this March 31, 2018, photo, the 2017 titleholder Katelyn Hollar presents Chelsi Rose with her sash as Miss West Virginia United States 2018 at Fairmont State University in Fairmont, W.Va. Rose has been competing in pageants since the early age of 6, and she didn't realize she would end up attributing pageants as the "best decision of her life."

Second person charged in Marion County homicide

A second person has been charged in the death of Josephus Coburn, the man found dead in northern Marion County in March. According to a criminal complaint, Jones was part of a previously contrived plan and conspiracy with DeShawn David Glover, who has previously been charged in the death.

Marion man charged for driving with revoked license

A Marion County man was charged with a felony after he was allegedly operating a motor vehicle with a suspended driver's license.

Rain to stop temporarily in northern part of state, but flooding and...

A lull in rain through the evening will end around midnight, leading to an extension of the flash flood watch through 2 a.m. Wednesday. "More heavy rain moves in during the night, and I think the worst of it comes between midnight and about 3 a.m.," said Bob Larson, a senior meteorologist with Accuweather.

Rep. David McKinley targets health care in visits throughout the Mountain State

Health care issues are at the forefront for Rep. David McKinley's campaign, targeting the opioid epidemic the Mountain State has seen grow exponentially since he first took office in 2011. McKinley is speaking on those issues in communities throughout the state, most recently at a "Lunch and Learn" event in Fairmont.

Fairmont man charged in March 14 shooting

A Marion County man is facing a murder charge after police say the accused admitting to shooting and killing another man. Deshawn David Glover, 20, of Fairmont, is charged in the March 14 shooting of Josephus Coburn off of a private roadway near 291 Kisner Hill Road near Fairmont.

Toni Ricer - Spending time on postive instead of negative always good advice

With all the craziness going on in the world, I am spending time focusing on the positive rather than the negative. I am trying to find something funny or heartwarming each day.

New owner taking over animal clinic

Dr. Robert T. Harman opened the Buckhannon Animal Clinic PLLC in 1986. Since then he has cared for many pets and comforted pet owners.

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