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Other Spellings

Atkinson Ave is also spelled Atkinson Avenue, Atkinson Avnue, Atkinson Avenu, Atkinson Aven, Atkinson Avn, Atkinson Av.
Wheeling, WV

Time Zone & Current Time

Wheeling, WV lies within the Eastern Standard Time (or EST). The current time in Eastern Standard Time is 06:12 AM on 05/24/2015.
Wheeling, WV

Top Streets

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Wheeling, WV

Population Demographics

Household Income
$40k
Home Value
$96k
Age
40 years old
Gender
53% female
Local Ethnicity
Caucasian
Ethnicity Ratio
94%
Occupation
Management

About Wheeling, WV

Wheeling is a city in northern West Virginia. The city lies in Ohio and Marshall Counties. Wheeling is the principal city of the Wheeling Metropolitan Statistical Area. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 28,486 (31,059 in Ohio County, 360 in Marshall County). Wheeling was originally a settlement in the British Colony of Virginia and later an important city in the Commonwealth of Virginia until 1861 when the western counties of Virginia seceded from the state. Wheeling was the location of the Wheeling Convention, which established the state of West Virginia, and was the first capital of West Virginia. The capital moved so often in its early years that it was nicknamed the "floating capital". In 1870, the State Legislature designated Charleston as the capital city. In 1875, the Legislature reversed their decision and voted to return the Capital to Wheeling. This was appealed by the citizens of Charleston and finally settled by the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals in favor of Wheeling. In 1877 the Legislature ordered an election to be held for the citizens of West Virginia to select a permanent location for the capital, choosing between Charleston, Martinsburg and Clarksburg. By proclamation of the governor, the official move took place eight years later, and in 1885 the capital moved from Wheeling to Charleston, where it has remained. (more on Wikipedia)