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Settled on the baCity of Belingtonnks of the Tygart Valley River, Belington West Virginia has had a long and rich history defined by the prosperity brought by the railroad, and devastation from bloody battles and destructive floods. With the passage of time and ongoing change, our Belington today retains the rural beauty and small town values that our early residents enjoyed.

We have a proud heritage. We are honored that our community served as the venue for one of the first land battles of the Civil War, and the role that we played leading to a restored Union. The early determination of our citizens who lobbied to move our state Capitol to Belington still exists today.

We cherish our natural setting. The rolling hills surrounding our town provides us a serene backdrop and inspires our friendly rural lifestyle. The Tygart Valley River has given us a beauty, but also has afforded us a wealth of recreational activities. We are the home base for the outdoor experience for those enjoying fishing, hunting, kayaking, camping and swimming at Audra State Park, Twin Lakes, and along the Tygart.

Community News

Facebook and Twitter all the way to the Bank!

On the 12th and 13th of April, members of Belington On Trac met with people from Main Street and On Trac communities throughout the State for the spring conference training in Fairmont. The topic of the training was "Social Media and Main Street" focusing on social media to advertise and promote downtown businesses. Social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter allow merchants and businesses to

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World Vision Training

World Vision is holding a number of informative training sessions in our community over the coming weeks. There is no cost to the training and any one interested is encouraged to attend. Community Youth DevelopmentThursday, April 28th, 12:00-1:00 pm @  Belington Nazarene Fellowship Hall Community Youth Development - We will take a look at an approach to transformational development that value ....


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Belington Annual Cleanup Day April 30th

It’s spring cleaning time again for city of Belington residents as the community’s Annual Cleanup Day gets under way on Saturday April 30th. The Annual Cleanup Day is part of the continuing efforts to improve the city and make it more appealing for businesses, visitors and residents. The Belington Revitalization Committee, City Council and other community groups take pride in making Belington shin ....


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STARS registered training

Sarah Hicks, Nurse Health Consultant, will be offering a STARS registered training on April 14th from 10-12 at the Randolph Co. DHHR called “Open Wide and Brush for Health.”  It will fall under the core knowledge area of Health, Safety and Nutrition. She will focus on the importance of oral health, proper brushing techniques, dental health issues, and how to send the message home with f ....


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Leadership Barbour County

To: Interested Persons, Businesses and Organizations From: Alice McDonald Interim Executive Director, Barbour County Development Authority On behalf of the Barbour County Development Authority, I am pleased to announce the first-ever Leadership Barbour County program. The Development Authority recently received funds from the Appalachian Regional Commission and Claude Worthington Benedum Foundatio ....


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Baked Steak Dinner

The Light Of Christ Chapel will be holding a Baked Steak Dinner on April 1, 2011 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM. 11 Crim Av , Belington, WV Advance Tickets                 Tickets at the DoorAdults ........      .00        Adults..............   .00 Childre ....


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