This neighborhood earns the title of being the poorest white town in the country. 98% of the population is white, and 44% of them are living below poverty, with incomes hovering around $10,000 a year. As a result, drug trade became common in this town, affecting mostly poor families. This place used to be a wealthy town due to the coal business. After the boom of the said industry, a lot of them were left with nothing. More than half of its residents survive through food stamps.