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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 Initiative crucial in opioid fight

"Then there is another child that starts drowning, and you swim out and you rescue that child. Then the next thing you know it is the same kids drowning over and over, and you just get exhausted and depleted."

'Just doing my job:' Resource officer honored for saving life

Martinsburg Police School Resource Officer Patrolman James Everhart receives hugs by Martinsburg High School 17 yrs old student Dakota Domer and her parents at the conclusion of a Resolution of Accomplishment presentation Thursday evening at the Regular City Council meeting in Martinsburg. On Dec. 17, 2017 Patrolman Everhart rushed to the classroom Dakota was at and found her not breathing and unresponsive.

Crime Report for January 13

Walter Lee Holliday Jr., 44, of Cashmere Court, Martinsburg, was arraigned Friday in Berkeley County Magistrate Court on the felony charge of fraudulent use of a credit card. Jennifer Lynn Reynolds, 28, of Wilson Street, Martinsburg, was arraigned Thursday in Berkeley County Magistrate Court on the misdemeanor charges of obstructing an officer and falsely reporting of an emergency.

Martinsburg council gets update on ambulance problems

Repairs and upgrades suggested by International Navistar to fix chronic problems with the Martinsburg Fire Department's three relatively new ambulances have not taken care of the issues, according to Chief Paul Bragg. "They suggested repairs and upgrades to the engines.

Felony trial receives continuance until April

Michael Buracker, 31, of Georgetown Square, Martinsburg, could face a felony conviction of delivery and conspiracy to deliver heroin in the Eastern Panhandle after being one of nine arrested during phase four of the Martinsburg Police Department targeted enforcement known as In May, Buracker was held at Eastern Regional Jail on $340,000 bond. However, his bond was reduced to $75,000 in Berkeley County Magistrate Court in exchange for waiving his case to Circuit Court.

Woman sentenced to time served for felony destruction of property

A Martinsburg woman was sentenced to time served Thursday in Berkeley County Circuit Court after pleading guilty to a felony charge of destruction of property. Racheal Lynn Kerill, 37, pleaded guilty to the crime at her arraignment and refused an attorney, according to assistant prosecuting attorney Joseph Kinser.

Around the Region for January 11

The Jefferson County Black Clergy Association will sponsor the annual Martin Luther King Scholarship Breakfast at 9:30 a.m. Monday at the Independent Fire Hall, 200 W. 2nd Ave., Ranson. Guest speaker will be Ronald Jones, motivational speaker and Jefferson County native.

Crime Report for January 11

Trenton Lee Keller, 37, of Stuckey Court, Martinsburg, was arraigned Nov. 13 in Berkeley County Magistrate Court on the felony charge of DUI, third offense. Lee Pulin Bland III, 26, of no fixed address, Martinsburg, was arraigned Tuesday in Berkeley County Magistrate Court on the misdemeanor charges of falsly reporting an emergency incident, three counts of obstructing an officer, disorderly conduct and trespassing.

Del. Saira Blair not to run in 2018

Citing her plans to attend graduate school outside of West Virginia next school year, state Del. Saira Blair, R-Berkeley, 59th District, has announced she will not run for re-election this year.

Journal Junction Jan. 11

Regarding the 80 percent of high school students who need remedial classes before they go to college: It's time to change the law for school attendance. Stop making excuses about opioid addiction, stop making excuses about environment and require students to come to school.

Harper's Ferry man sentenced in armed robbery

A Harpers Ferry man was sentenced Tuesday to an indeterminate sentence of four to 23 years in prison after being charged in a robbery involving a firearm. Michael Long, 35, pleaded guilty to single counts of destruction of property, wanton endangerment, burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary and attempted murder in the second degree as part of a plea agreement, according to assistant prosecuting attorney Ben Hiller.

Scholarship banquet to honor MLK, benefit students

Continuing an established tradition of giving back to the community and youth, the Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Committee will host its 40th annual banquet Sunday at the Holiday Inn in Martinsburg starting at 5 p.m. The Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Committee established this endowed fund to distribute scholarships to graduating seniors from Jefferson, Berkeley and Morgan counties. According to Sharon Curry, event coordinator, a limited amount of tickets are still available.

Crime Report

Devan Michael Sims, of no fixed address, was arraigned Dec. 15 in Berkeley County Magistrate Court on the felony charges of possession of a controlled substance inside a jail. Demontre A. Spriggs, 45, of Witherspoon Court, Falling Waters, was arraigned May 12 in Berkeley County Magistrate Court on the misdemeanor charge of shoplifting.

Around the Region

Hospice of the Panhandle's Center for Grief Support is starting two new grief support programs, Grief 101 and Grief in Progress. A Grief 101 is a one-time introduction to coping with grief.

Pipeline hearing tonight in Berkeley Springs

The state's Division of Water and Waste Management is holding an open meeting tonight to field public comments on Mountaineer Gas' plans to build a gas pipeline extension through Berkeley County. To be held at Berkeley Springs High School from 6 to 8 p.m., the meeting is to allow residents to comment on Mountaineer's draft permit to cover the discharge of stormwater during pipeline construction.

Trial against Mormon Church moved

After an approximately five-hour pre-trial hearing Monday, 23rd Judicial Court Judge Christopher C. Wilkes opted to move the trial against The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, otherwise known as the Mormon Church, to Wednesday, Jan. 17. Due to the nature of the case, parties anticipate the need to call a pool of 100 potential jurors. That number could not be accommodated in Wilkes' court room.

Yoga teacher gives kids 'tools to be brave'

Chrissy Lewin 's four kids played outside in the snow Dec. 30, while she took a break from her busy schedule as a yoga instructor and second-grade teacher at Rosemont Elementary School. "I have taught children's yoga for about two years now," Lewin said, mentioning that she regularly teaches children's and family yoga classes at The Station in Shepherdstown and Climbing New Heights in Martinsburg.

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