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  1. Mayor Joins My Brother's Keeper Community Challenge

    In February, President Obama launched the My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) initiative to ensure that all youth, including boys and young men of color, have opportunities to improve their life outcomes and overcome barriers to success. Read on...
  2. Ranson CVB Acquires Accreditation

    Ranson CVB was officially awarded accreditation from the West Virginia Association of Convention and Visitors Bureau. Read on...
  3. Ranson Elementary Walk to School Day, Wednesday, October 8

    Please join Ranson Elementary on October 8, to break in our new sidewalks on Walk to School Day. Thanks to the Safe Routes to School Grant and the City of Ranson, we now have new sidewalks on the West side of Preston St. from 7th Ave. to 13th Ave. Read on...
  4. Jefferson County 911, Ranson Police and County Public Safety Agencies Implement CAD

    Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) is a common tool in the dispatching of emergency incidents – fire, EMS, police, etc.. All jurisdictions in WV have used CAD in some way. Jefferson County, effective 9/8/2014 implemented this technology as well. Read on...
  5. Ranson Among Best Places for Homeownership in West Virginia

    NerdWallet considers availability, affordability and growth. Read on...
  6. Reminder: Trash and Recycling Containers Must Be Removed from the Street and Hidden from View.

    Solid waste and recycling containers may be placed at their pick-up site no earlier than 6 pm on the day before the scheduled day of collection. Containers must be removed by 9 pm on the day of collection. Failure to remove the cart may result in a fine.
  1. Demolition Has Begun on Former Kidde Foundry

    The City of Ranson has entered into a contract with Reclaim Company LLC to demolish the former Kidde Foundry facility on Mildred Street. Completion of the project will take approximately 4 months.
  2. All Girls Basketball League Coming This Winter

    Ranson Parks and Recreation is pleased to announce the formation of an all girls basketball league for girls ages 5 to 17. All skill levels are welcome. For more information, call 304-725-2437 or hharder@cityofransonwv.net.
  3. Fairfax Boulevard Construction Has Begun.

    Only 123 years after it was conceived, Fairfax Boulevard construction has begun. Read on...
  4. New City Website Allows Citizens to Stay Connected and Receive Automatic Email Alerts!

    Subscribe to Notify Me to receive updates and information about community news and happenings. Read on...
  5. All Girls Basketball League Coming This Winter

    Ranson Parks and Recreation is pleased to announce the formation of an all girls basketball league for girls ages 5 to 17 at the Ranson Civic Center. All skill levels are welcome. For more information, call 304-725-2437 or hharder@cityofransonwv.net.
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