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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
Historic Shepherdstown mill purchased by Jefferson County businessman

A Jefferson County businessman purchased the 279-year-old Thomas Shepherd's grist mill during a public foreclosure auction in front of the county courthouse yesterday. Shepherdstown Mayor Jim Auxer, who also bid on the property, had hoped to turn the mill into the premier symbol of the town's history.

Area vendors offer treats, tips

West Virginia marked its 154th birthday Tuesday and area officials and locals were excited to celebrate the history of the Mountain State. Near Martinsburg, the I-81 Northbound West Virginia Welcome Center held vendors at their location for a day of fun and food.

What Can Christians Do About Our Nation's Exploding Opioid Epidemic?

A recent edition of the New Yorker contained one of the saddest collection of stories I've ever read. The article described in detail the devastating impact of the opioid epidemic on one small city - actually more like a large town - in West Virginia.

MULUGETA v. MISAILIDIS

Gregory A. Bailey, Esq., Arnold & Bailey, PLLC, Charles Town, West Virginia, Counsel for Petitioner Cinda L. Scales, Esq., Scales Law Office, Martinsburg, West Virginia, Counsel for Respondent This divorce action is before the Court upon the appeal of Petitioner Yeshiareg Mulugeta from the April 15, 2016, order of the Circuit Court of Berkeley County, West Virginia, which affirmed the final order of the family court. On appeal, Wife contends the court abused its discretion with regard to the permanent spousal support award of $4,000.00 per month.

Get real input on education

Obviously, the national Common Core curriculum seemed like a good idea to many leaders in West Virginia's public education establishment.

Heroin buyer charged with conspiracy

Arrested during a massive drug bust in March, a Martinsburg woman was sent to Circuit Court after a Berkeley County Magistrate Court judge found probable cause for conspiracy to distribute heroin. Amy Michelle Little, 43, of North Spring Street in Martinsburg, was arrested in March alongside dozens of others allegedly conspiring with alleged heroin kingpin Christian Alexander Blunt, 24, of Martinsburg.

Around The Region for June 20

The Berkeley County Council will meet at noon Thursday in the County Council Chambers, 400 West Stephen St., Suite 205, for the purpose of soliciting comments on a proposed Fireworks Ordinance. The Council will accept comments orally and in writing at the Thursday public hearing.

Journal Junction for June 20

Where were you when Obama was blaming all his shortcomings and lack of knowledge of governance on George Bush? I guess that was OK then? Sad. The problem with fireworks is that they are very annoying, and also dogs are very afraid of them.

Getting Input On Education

Obviously, the national Common Core curriculum seemed like a good idea to many leaders in West Virginia's public education establishment. Just a couple of years ago, it seemed as if the plan was set in stone for our state.

Lawsuit against LDS church permitted to move forward

The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals overturned a 2015 Berkeley County Circuit Court on Wednesday, making it possible for the case against the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to proceed to trial, according to counsel for the plaintiffs. The case against the church was initially investigated after a church leader and member was found guilty and sentenced in July 2013 to 35 to 75 years in prison for sexually abusing two minors - 4 and 3 years of age at the time of the abuse.

Journal Junction for June 17

While remaining a staunch supporter of President Trump, I take exception to the statement he issued in the aftermath of the Virginia ball park shooting: "We will do well in times like these to remember every one who serves in our nations capital is here because, above all, they love our country" In Martinsburg, if you complain about a very loud business, the so-called Martinsburg Police will constantly harass you. What can be done about this? Why can't the Berkeley County Council do the right thing like Martinsburg did, and pass an ordinance prohibiting the use of fireworks.

Well known broadcaster dies

A longtime businessman and broadcaster in West Virginia's eastern panhandle has died. Rick Wachtel, founder and previous owner of radio station WRNR in Martinsburg died on Thursday.

Crime Report for June 16

Jeffery S. Burkhart, 53, of Humble Drive in Hedgesville, was arraigned Thursday in Berkeley County Magistrate Court for a misdemeanor charge of battery. Burkhart was arrested Thursday for an incident occurring in November 2008.

Martinsburg man sentenced for double felonies

William Redman, 50, of North High Street in Martinsburg was sentenced on Thursday to a penitentiary sentence of 1-5 years for felony charges of unlawful assault and conspiracy to deliver heroin by 23rd Judicial Circuit Court Judge Michael Lorensen. The sentence was the result of a plea deal Redman entered in order to prevent a recidivist action against him.

Wachtel, former WRNR owner, dies

"Personally, I will never forget the kind, gracious, reassuring and generous way he welcomed my family and I to this community," "Rick was such an incredible asset to the airport just because of his depth and breadth of knowledge. He'd been part of the authority for decades, and that's what we'll miss, in addition to his wisdom and his graciousness," Doran said Wachtel devoted himself to the advancement and improvement of the City of Martinsburg by serving on its council, and he coached and encouraged generations with his support of Martinsburg High School and Shepherd University athletics.

Public asked for input on Novak Drive study

Berkeley County residents can now weigh in on whether to extend Novak Drive to Short Road to help alleviate traffic congestion in the area. the project is being conducted by the West Virginia Department of Highways and the Hagerstown Eastern Panhandle Municipal Planning Organization which will be collecting public input both online and during a special session to be held at Blue Ridge Community and Technical College this month.

Abuse convict returns to court

A Martinsburg woman previously charged with gross child neglect resulting in death was arrested Monday in Berkeley County Magistrate Court for a misdemeanor charge of failing to update the state child abuse registry. Jessica Lynn Skupnick, 28, of Arbutus Lane in Martinsburg, was arrested after police discovered she had not updated the child abuse registry after moving in with her boyfriend.

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