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Way over in the Eastern Panhandle region of West Virginia sits the city of Martinsburg. With 17,000 residents, it's known as the largest city in the Eastern Panhandle and the eighth largest city in West Virginia. The population is slowly growing as many people are moving there from nearby Baltimore and Washington, D.C. As a historical note, the Great Railroad Strike of 1877 started out in Martinsburg. Hall of Fame baseball player Hack Wilson was a Martinsburg native. His 191 RBI with the Cubs in 1930 still stands as the Major League record for runs batted in.

Population: 17112
Local Newspapers: The Journal
Local Sports Teams: Martinsburg Sports Teams
Local Colleges: Blue Ridge Community and Technical College James Rumsey Technical Institute

Zip Codes associated with martinsburg, west virginia: 25401 25403 25404 25405
Towns/Cities near martinsburg, west virginia : Berkeley Arden Blairton Shepherdstwon Inwood

Martinsburg News
Martinsburg florist wins Scouting's Distinguished Citizen award

The Boy Scouts of America has selected Martinsburg florist Pam Wagoner as the Souting's 2017 Distinguished Citizen of Berkeley County. "It's a very privileged honor to be recognized by the Boy Scouts.

WVU Medicine announces patient information breach

WVU Medicine University Healthcare announced Friday that it has mailed letters to more than 7,000 patients letting them know about a breach of unsecured, personal-patient health care information. A former employee at the system's Berkeley County Medical Center in Martinsburg is under investigation after allegedly taking the information of at least 113 former patients, some of them from Berkeley and Jefferson counties, WVU Medicine said in a news release.

Journal photos by Ron Agnir Apricot flowers are in full bloom after...

Journal photos by Ron Agnir Apricot flowers are in full bloom after warmer than normal winter weather has rushed their blooming Friday in Gerrardstown. Unlike this season, Apricots tend to flower early in March.

39 Students to Compete in West Virginia Poetry Out Loud State Finals Competition

Thirty-nine students from across West Virginia will recite poems by Walt Whitman, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Maya Angelou, Charleston native Rita Mae Reese and many others during the 2017 state Poetry Out Loud state finals competition set for March 3-4, 2017, at the Culture Center in Charleston. The winner will represent West Virginia at the 2017 national Poetry Out Loud competition in Washington, D.C., on April 25-26.

7,445 patients notified of University Healthcare information breach

More than 7,000 patients of WVU Medicine University Healthcare were notified of a breach of unsecured personal patient protected health information after discovering that an employee had accessed patient information without authorization. University Healthcare officials became aware Jan. 17, of an FBI and local law enforcement investigation into the unauthorized access, use and disclosure of personal information contained on the electronic systems of University Healthcare by an employee of Berkeley Medical Center in Martinsburg.

Broadening Service: VA Medical Center director: Center expanding...

Journal photos by Mary Stortstrom Tim Cooke, director of the VA Medical Center in Martinsburg, presents veteran Kenneth Noel with a pin to commemorate his service in the Vietnam War at a Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce luncheon held at the Jefferson County Memorial Post 3522 in Charles Town on Thursday. Journal photos by Mary Stortstrom Tim Cooke, director of the VA Medical Center in Martinsburg, presents veteran Kenneth Noel with a pin to commemorate his service in the Vietnam War at a Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce luncheon held at the Jefferson County Memorial Post 3522 in Charles Town on Thursday.

New York man charged with attempted murder in Martinsburg

With the help of a tip police received during the Presidents Day weekend, a man wanted for attempted murder in September 2015 was arraigned Thursday. on the street - 24, of Brooklyn, New York, was arraigned in Berkeley County Magistrate Court for felony charges of attempted murder and receiving/transferring stolen property.

Victims of sexual assault face long road to recovery

Around the nation, evidence and DNA testing is backlogged. According to Katie Spriggs, program manager of the Shenandoah Women's Center, West Virginia DNA testing can take as long as two years to process, which she said may deter victims of sexual assault and rape from coming forward to pursue justice.

Man accused of murder awaiting grand jury trial

A man arraigned for the murder of a Martinsburg man on Jan. 12 has also been arraigned for an outstanding charge in Frederick County, Virginia. Kevin C. Hamill, 27, of Grapevine Road in Martinsburg, was charged with first-degree murder, armed robbery, being a felon in possession of a firearm and conspiracy in January after allegedly shooting Ramon Walker with a handgun in his own home.

Young Planters: Students show green thumb in school herb garden

Students at Marlowe Elementary School in Martinsburg rolled up their sleeves to create their own herb garden, whose harvest will be used in their own school cafeteria. Located in the school cafeteria, the indoor winter garden allows students to observe the growth of the plants each day, then they come to lunch.

Berkeley County Grand Jury begins

A Martinsburg man charged with attempted murder was indicted for malicious assault and attempted murder by the Berkeley County Grand Jury during its first day in court Tuesday, where 15 other indictments were also returned. Jose Orlando Hernandez, 23, of Georgetown Square in Martinsburg, was arraigned in Berkeley County Magistrate Court for felony charges of malicious wounding after violently attacking a Las Trancas coworker in August 2016.

Spiritual Detox Center Ministries offering addiction recovery services

A pastor from a Martinsburg church has helped establish a new center for people seeking addictions treatment. The Spiritual Detox Center Ministries, located at 308 Wilson Street in Martinsburg, opened its doors last month.

Attorney proposes income tax elimination

Backed by experience and credentials, a local tax attorney is trying to change the way West Virginia collects taxes. By proposing to eliminate income taxes and replace it with a broader consumption tax, Michael Caryl wants to revolutionize the state tax system.

Missing elderly man found safe

A 77-year-old man suffering from dementia, Alzheimer's disease, a heart issue and COPD went missing from his Martinsburg home on Sunday morning and was found in Alexandria, Virginia by police Monday. Robert Montgomery originally went missing from his residence at 6000 Hood Circle around 10 a.m., but was then located in Frederick, Maryland at 12:30 p.m. and was given directions home.

Charles and Raven James celebrate 50th wedding anniversary

Charles and Raven James, of Martinsburg, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Feb. 3 with a private gathering at their home followed by a special dinner at Hollywood Casino in Charles Town. They have two daughters, Ravenna Bohan, of Stafford, and Jennifer Frederick, of Martinsburg.

Berkeley Development Authority adds staff

The Berkeley County Development Authority is pleased to announce the addition of Lori Taylor, of Martinsburg, to its staff. Taylor will serve as the Development Authority's Business Programs Manager under the direction of BCDA Executive Director Sandy Hamilton.

Tyke Fight Night

Martinsburg residents Rocky Burch Jr., 4, and his father, Rocky Burch, 2009 Martinsburg Heavyweight Toughman Champion, spend some quality family time in the boxing ring at the Berkeley 2000 Rec Center prior to the start of the first night of the 26th Annual Toughman event Friday night in Martinsburg. The elder Burch is serving as one of the celebrity boxing trainer cornermen, offering some of this year's crop of amateur pugilists much needed advise.

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