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Noble County is located in the heart of Southeastern Ohio, thirty minutes from Marietta and Cambridge and fewer than two and a half hours from Columbus, Cleveland and Pittsburgh. Noble County is located in the heart of the Marcellus & Utica Shale Play.

The county is bisected by I-77, which connects Cleveland to southern Ohio. Thirty minutes north of the county’s center is I-70, one of the nation’s busiest interstates.

Fun Fact: Noble County is home to International Converter (A Novolex Brand), a leader in foil laminates; Magnum Magnetics, maker of Magnum® flexible magnetic material; and Ames True Temper, tools made in America

Noble County, Ohio Established 1851
The last of the 88 counties to be formed in the state, it was named in honor of James Noble, one of the county’s first settlers.