Some of the cities, towns, and places in Monongalia County are Arnettsville, Baker Ridge, Behler, Bertha Hill, Blacksville, Booth, Bowlby, Brewer Hill, Brookhaven, Browns Chapel, Bula, Canyon, Cassville, Cheat Lake, Cheat Neck, Chestnut Ridge, Clinton Furnace, Core, Crossroads, Crown, Daybrook, Dellslow, Delmar, Easton, Edna, Everettville, Fieldcrest, Flaggy Meadow, Fort Grand, Fort Martin, Georgetown, Granville, Greer, Greystone, Gum Spring, Hagans, Halleck, Harmony Grove, Hilderbrand, Hoard, Hog Eye, Holman, Hunting Hills, Jaco, Jakes Run, Jere, Kimberly, Klondike, Laurel Point, Little Falls, Lowsville, Macdale, Maidsville, Maple, McCurdyville, McMellin, Miracle Run, Mooresville, Morgan Heights, Morgantown, National, New Hill, Opekiska, Osage, Osgood, Pedlar, Pentress, Pierpont, Pioneer Rocks, Price, Price Hill, Pursglove, Ragtown, Randall, Richard, Ridgedale, Ringgold, Rock Forge, Rosedale, Sabraton, Saint Cloud, Saint Leo, Sandy, Smithtown, Star City, Stewartstown, Sturgisson, Suncrest Lake, Sunset Beach, The Mileground, Triune, Tyrone, Uffington, Van Voorhis, Wadestown, Wana, West Sabraton, West Van Voorhis, Westover, Worley
Monongalia County, known locally as Mon County, is located in the U.S. state of West Virginia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 96,189, making it West Virginia's fourth-most populous county. Its county seat is at Morgantown. The county was founded in 1776. Monongalia County is included in the Morgantown, WV Metropolitan Statistical Area, and is the largest county in North-Central West Virginia. It is part of the Pittsburgh media market.