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Catalysts for Growth in Cabell County


Where town and country intersect with bustling city streets and quiet winding backroads, you will find historic Cabell County. Bound by the mighty Ohio River and anchored by Huntington, the second largest city in the Mountain State, Cabell County is rich in history with ties to the Civil War and early Appalachian life.

The rapidly growing area is home to one of West Virginia’s first public institutions of higher education, Marshall University. The tight-knit community woven with the university atmosphere offers all the amenities of an energetic city alongside working farmers who offer their produce at local markets, restaurants and schools. Cabell County’s rich culture encompasses thriving local eateries, music and art venues, recreation and progressive businesses propelled by driven changemakers who are passionate about creating a better quality of life for their neighbors and West Virginians at large.

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