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White Hall

White Hall, WV

Located in the heart of North-Central West Virginia, the town of White Hall became incorporated in 1989. The Town of White Hall was officially formed on December 8, 1992. The first meeting for the Town of White Hall was called to order by Mayor William “Bill” McIntire and since then the town has grown substantially over the years. The town hall now resides at Tygart Mall Loop and serves over 300 businesses. 

In the shadow of the I-79 Technology Park which is home to Northrop Grumman, First Energy and  Federal Operations such as National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA,) U.S. Department of Commerce, NASA, and FBI.  Within this park includes one of the most advanced supercomputing centers in the nation, two of the most important satellite ground stations for climate and weather in this hemisphere of the planet, and the entire cyber-security operation for the U.S. Department of Commerce

White Hall is home to many local restaurant favorites like El Rey, Hometown Hot Dogs, Mi Pueblo, and more. And don’t forget about Colasessano’s, famous for their pizza and pepperoni buns! There are also many recreational opportunities in White Hall like fishing at Guyses Run Fishing Park and golfing at Apple Valley Golf Course and the White Hall Driving Range. 

Other favorite attractions include Tygart Valley Cinemas, SpaOasis, Britain & Brooks, Mon Valley Vineyards, Stone House Lavender, Pickers Paradise, and the newly renovated Middletown Commons that features a mix of retail and dining businesses.

Looking for a great hotel for your overnight stay, check out Red Roof Inn, Fairfield Inn & Suites, and Microtel Inn & Suites. 



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