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Bluefield Metro Area

Including Beckley, Bluefield, Lewisburg, Richlands, Princeton, Oak Hill, North Tazewell, Ronceverte, Fayetteville, Tazewell, and 33 other towns.

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Located in the mountains of Appalachian is the small city of Bluefield, West Virginia. The Census Bureau reported a population of approximately 10,400 for Blue, but in the metropolitan area, the population is estimated more than 100,000. Bluefield was built around coal mining and later the railroad. Large mining operations drew people to the area and the beauty enticed them to stay. Today’s modern Bluefield offers residents and visitors all the amenities of a big city, while keeping that special small town feel.

The various options for banking in Bluefield include First National Bank of West Virginia, First Community Bank, Sentinel Bank, and First Century Bank, National Association. First Century Bank has actively served consumers and businesses since 1891. That’s 124 years of providing reputable services and products to the general public.

Locals and commercial businesses are offered variety of services for saving, financial planning, estate planning, and investing, with 12 banks and 11 credit unions headquartered within the city and surrounding metropolitan locations. Financial institutions are located in Bluefield, Beckley, Fayetteville, Lewisburg, Mount Hope, Oak Hill, Richlands, and Tazewell, and there are approximately 140 branches representing nearly 20 banks and 15 credit unions.

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