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Home ::: West Virginia

Population: 1850481

Total Males: 911142
Total Females: 939339
Median Household Income: $ 40400
Total Households: 742674
   

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Below is a list of all cities within the State of West Virginia in which we have Yellow Pages business listings. If you do not see your city within the list below, adding your business will create it.
Adrian Advent
Albright Alderson Alkol
Alloy Alma Alum Bridge
Alum Creek Amherstdale Amigo
Amma Anawalt Anmoore
Ansted Apple Grove Arbovale
Arnett Arnoldsburg Arthurdale
Artie Asbury Ashford
Ashton Athens Augusta
Aurora Auto Avondale
Baisden Baker Bakerton
Ballard Bancroft Barboursville
Barboursvlle Barrackville Baxter
Bayard Beaver Beckley
Beech Bottom Belington Belle
Belleville Belmont Bens Run
Benwood Bergoo Berkeley Springs
Bethany Bethlehem Beverly
Bickmore Big Chimney Bim
Birch River Blacksville Bloomery
Bloomingrose Blue Creek Blue Jay
Bluefield Bluewell Bob White
Bolt Bomont Boomer
Borderland Bozoo Bradley
Bradshaw Bramwell Branchland
Brandywine Brenton Bridgeport
Bristol Bruceton Mills Bruno
Buckhannon Buffalo Bunker Hill
Burlington Burnsville Burton
Cabin Creek Cabins Cairo
Caldwell Calvin Camden
Camden On Gauley Cameron Cannelton
Canvas Capon Bridge Capon Springs
Cass Cassville Cedar Grove
Cedarville Center Point Ceredo
Chapmanville Charles Town Charleston
Charlton Heights Charmco Chattaroy
Chauncey Chester Chloe
Clarksburg Clay Clear Creek
Clear Fork Clendenin Clifftop
Clothier Coal City Coalton
Coalwood Colcord Colliers
Comfort Cool Ridge Cora
Core Cottageville Cowen
Crab Orchard Craigsville Crawley
Cross Lanes Crosslanes Culloden
Cyclone Dailey Dallas
Danese Daniels Danville
Davin Davis Davisville
Davy Dawes Dawmont
Delbarton Dellslow Diana
Dille Dingess Dorothy
Dryfork Duck Dunbar
Dunlow Dunmore Durbin
East Bank East Lynn Eccles
Edmond Eglon Eleanor
Elizabeth Elk Garden Elkins
Elkview Ellamore Ellenboro
Enterprise Erbacon Eskdale
Evans Exchange Fairdale
Fairlea Fairmont Fairview
Falling Rock Falling Waters Farmington
Fayetteville Fayettville Fenwick
Fisher Flat Top Flatwoods
Flemington Follansbee Forest Hill
Fort Ashby Fort Gay Foster
Frametown Frankford Franklin
Fraziers Bottom French Creek Friendly
Frostburg Gallagher Gallipolis Ferry
Gandeeville Gap Mills Gary
Gassaway Gauley Bridge Gerrardstown
Ghent Gilbert Given
Glasgow Glen Glen Dale
Glen Daniel Glen Easton Glen Ferris
Glen Fork Glen Jean Glen Morgan
Glen White Glenville Glenwood
Gordon Gormania Grafton
Grant Town Grantsville Granville
Grassy Meadows Great Cacapon Green Bank
Greenville Griffithsville Hacker Valley
Halltown Hambleton Hamlin
Hancock Handley Hanover
Hansford Harman Harper
Harpers Ferry Harrisville Hartford
Harts Haywood Heaters
Hedgesville Helen Helvetia
Henderson Hendricks Henlawson
Hensley Herndon Hernshaw
Hico High View Hillsboro
Hilltop Hinton Holden
Hometown Horner Hugheston
Hundred Huntington Hurricane
Huttonsville Iaeger Ikes Fork
Independence Indore Institute
Inwood Ivydale Jane Lew
Jefferson Jesse Jolo
Julian Jumping Branch Junior
Justice Kanawha Head Kearneysville
Kenna Kenova Kerens
Kermit Keslers Cross Lanes Keyser
Keystone Kiahsville Kimball
Kimberly Kingwood Kistler
Koneva Kopperston Lahmansville
Lake Lanark Lansing
Lashmeet Lavalette Le Roy
Left Hand Leivasy Lenore
Leon Lerona Lesage
Lester Letart Levels
Lewisburg Liberty Lindside
Little Birch Liverpool Lizemores
Lochgelly Logan Lookout
Lost City Lost Creek Lost River
Lumberport Lyburn Lynchburg
Lynco Mabscott MacArthur
Madison Maidsville Malden
Mallory Man Mannington
Marlinton Marmet Martinsburg
Mason Masontown Matewan
Matheny Mathias Matoaka
Maxwelton Maybeury Maysel
Maysville McMechem McMechen
Meador Meadow Bridge Meadowbrook
Middlebourne Midkiff Midway
Milam Mill Creek Millstone
Millville Millwood Milton
Minden Mineral Wells Mogantown
Mohawk Monaville Montana Mines
Montcalm Monterville Montgomery
Montrose Moorefield Morgantown
Moundsville Mount Alto Mount Clare
Mount Gay Mount Hope Mount Lookout
Mount Nebo Mount Olive Mount Storm
Mt Clare Mt Hope Mt. Nebo
Mullens Murraysville Myra
Naoma Naugatuck Nebo
Nemours Nettie New Creek
New Cumberland New Cumberlnd New Haven
New Manchester New Martinsville New Milton
New Richmond Newburg Newell
Newton Nimitz Nitro
Normantown North Matewan Northfork
Nutter Fort Oak Hill Oakvale
Oceana Odd Ohley
Old Fields Omar Ona
Osage Paden City Palestine
Panther Parkersburg Parsons
Paw Paw Peach Creek Pecks Mill
Pennsboro Petersburg Peterstown
Petroleum Peytona Philippi
Pickens Piedmont Pinch
Pine Grove Pineville Piney View
Pipestem Pliny Poca
Point Pleasant Pond Gap Pool
Powellton Pratt Prenter
Prichard Princeton Princewick
Procious Proctor Prosperity
Quinwood Racine Rainelle
Raleigh Ranger Ranson
Ravenswood Reader Red Creek
Red House Red Jacket Reedsville
Reedy Renick Reynoldsville
Rhodell Richwood Ridgeley
Ridgeway Rio Ripley
Rippon Riverton Rivesville
Roanoke Robson Rock
Rock Cave Rock View Rockport
Romney Ronceverte Rowlesburg
Rupert S Charleston Saint Albans
Saint Marys Salem Salt Rock
Sand Fork Sandyville Sarah Ann
Saxon Scarbro Scott Depot
Selbyville Seneca Rocks Seth
Shady Spring Shanks Shenandoah Jct
Shenandoah Junction Shepherdstown Shinnston
Shoals Shock Simon
Simpson Sinks Grove Sissonville
Sistersville Skelton Slanesville
Slatyfork Smithers Smithfield
Smithville Smoot Snowshoe
Sod Sodra Sandby Sophia
South Charleston Southside Spanishburg
Spelter Spencer Sprigg
Spring Hill Springfield Spurlockville
St Albans St Marys St. Alban
St. Albans Stanaford Star City
Statts Mills Stollings Stuart
Sugar Grove Sumerco Summerlee
Summersville Summit Point Surveyor
Sutton Switzer Sylvester
Tallmansville Teays Terra Alta
Thomas Thornton Thurmond
Tioga Tornado Triadelphia
Tridelphia Tunnelton Turtle Creek
Union Upper Falls Upper Tract
Upperglade Valley Bend Valley Grove
Valley Head Van Varney
Verdunville Victor Vienna
Volga Wadestown Walker
Walkersville Wallace Wallback
Walton Wana War
Wardensville Warwood Washington
Waverly Wayne Webster Springs
Weirton Welch Wellsburg
West Columbia West Hamlin West Liberty
West Logan West Milford West Nitro
West Union Weston Westover
Wharncliffe Wharton Wheeling
White Hall White Oak White Sulphur Spgs
White Sulphur Springs White Sulphur Sps Whitehall
Whitesville Whitman Widen
Wilcoe Wiley Ford Wilkinson
Williamsburg Williamson Williamstown
Windsor Heights Winfield Winifrede
Winona Worthington Yawkey
Yellow Spring Yolyn
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Green Initiatives & Environmental History for: West Virginia


Basic History

West Virginia’s early history from 1609 until 1863 is largely shared with Virginia, of which it was a part until Virginia seceded from the Union in 1861. The delegates of the 40 western counties who opposed secession formed their own government, which was granted statehood in 1863.

Environmental History

With its varied topography and climate, West Virginia provides a natural habitat for more than 3200 species of plants, and they include the oak, maple, poplar, walnut, hickory, birch, hemlock, pine, spruce, the box huckleberry, and Kate’s mountain clover. The small whorled pogonia, northeastern bulrush and running buffalo clover are now considered endangered. West Virginia fauna includes the gray wolf, puma, elk, bison, black bear, white-tailed deer, the wildcat, raccoon, skunk, woodchuck, opossum, gray and red foxes, squirrels, and cottontail rabbits. 15 animal species that are now listed threatened or endangered in West Virginia include: the bald eagle, gray/Indiana and big-eared bats, and several species of pearlymussel.

Green Initiatives

West Virginia Greenworks Inc. is a statewide program that focuses on training workers in emerging green careers, including in high-performance building, renewable and alternative energy, and energy conservation. The new initiative also offers sustainability information and training in other key arenas, including transportation, air quality, water and waste water management, land use and planning, and forestry and agriculture. The mission of the Green Initiative is to spearhead and develop new programs promoting environmental stewardship and the growth of the ‘green economy’ throughout the Mountain State. The state is working untiringly toward developing green infrastructure, sustainable communities, promising energy technologies, and clean energy policies. Some of the projects include: Recovery Act Investments in Clean Energy; Appliance Efficiency Standards; Efficiency Standards for Vehicles; monitoring emissions; protecting water bodies; land conservation; restoring ecosystems; limiting mercury emissions into the environment; minimizing adverse environmental consequences of mountaintop coal mining; and passing the National Environmental Policy Act that enhances the quality of public involvement in governmental decisions relating to the environment and easing implementation. The government is also adopting a variety of easy approaches to yield quantifiable results in greening fleets, including avoiding unnecessary travel and using alternative-fuel vehicles.
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