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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
Beginnings: Day report center celebrates first graduation

Berkeley County's Day Report Center awarded certificates on Monday to its first graduating class of 11 students who successfully completed the DRC's substance abuse recovery program. Four of the 11 graduates who attended the ceremony - along with friends and family - received their certificates and a handshake from Day Report Center Director Tim Czaja, who told graduation attendees of his own successful 7-year battle with heroin addiction.

Maryland woman going to prison for deadly Martinsburg crash

A Frederick, Md. woman found guilty on charges stemming from a fatal crash in Berkeley County will spend the next nine to 45 years behind bars.

Grand jury issues 27 indictments

The Berkeley County Grand Jury returned 27 indictments on individuals during the third and final day of the May 2017 term, for a total of 83 returned indictments in three days. Courtney L. Hamill, 18, of Inwood, has been indicted on charges of murder, robbery first degree, two counts of burglary and conspiracy to commit robbery; Kevin C. Hamill, 28, of Winchester, Virginia, has been indicted on charges of murder, robbery first degree, burglary, grand larceny, conspiracy to commit robbery and person prohibited from possession of a firearm; and Destiny A. Baker, 19, of Martinsburg, has been indicted on charges of murder, robbery first degree, two counts of burglary and conspiracy to commit robbery.

Taste of Summer: Farmers Market returns to Martinsburg

Residents and visitors gathered at the Martinsburg Public Square at the intersection of King and Queen streets in Martinsburg on Friday to browse the offerings of the local farmers market. For Randy Lewis, executive director of Main Street Martinsburg, the farmers market offers another opportunity for locals to shop downtown.

Crime Report for May 19

Michael A. Brown, 33, of Horizon Way in Martinsburg, was arraigned Thursday in Berkeley County Magistrate Court for felony charges of possession with intent to deliver heroin, possession with intent to deliver oxycodone and a prohibited person in possession of a firearm. Brandy Lea Dignazio, 20, of an unknown address, was arraigned Thursday in Jefferson County Magistrate Court for a felony charge of burglary.

HVAC program graduate prepared for workplace

It needs to do that job while keeping acceptable indoor air quality. It's a field where technicians are in demand and requires knowledge of mechanical engineering, based on the principles of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and heat transfer.

Former Jefferson County School teacher indicted on sex abuse charges

Records show Joel Ziler, 30, of Martinsburg was charged with two counts each of sexual abuse by a person in a position of trust and soliciting a minor via computer. The accusations against Ziler came as a result of an investigation into the June 2016 death of Jefferson High School drama teacher Steve Glendenning, which was ruled a suicide.

Police and Court Report for May 18

Three Mexican nationals were indicted in The United States Attorney's Office Northern District of West Virginia on Wednesday for allegedly re-entering the country illegally, according to Acting United States Attorney Betsy Steinfeld Jividen. Bonifacio Zarate-Flores, 27; Eusebio Paulino Lopez-Lopez, 28; and Regino Castro-Sanchez, 45, were indicted for charges of re-entry of a removed alien.

Grand Jury Indictments

The Berkeley County Grand Jury returned indictments for 24 individuals in addition to indictments for individuals by way of special prosecutor on Wednesday, according the Berkeley County Prosecuting Attorney's office. A woman charged with two counts of murder and one count of arson was indicted during the hearings Wednesday as well.

Grand jury hands down indictments

The May 2017 Berkeley County Grand Jury returned indictments for 25 individuals, including a former employee of the Vicki V. Douglas Juvenile Detention Center who was indicted on three counts of internet solicitation of a minor and two counts of possession of child pornography on Tuesday. Jonathan Jeremy Alvarez, 27, of Martinsburg, was initially arraigned in Berkeley County Magistrate Court for three counts of internet solicitation of a minor and two counts of possession of child pornography in January.

Doughboy showing age: Statue to be refurbished before move to park

Martinsburg's World War I Doughboy statue is about to get a major makeover. The Martinsburg-Berkeley County Parks and Recreation Board plans to bring the over 90- year-old statue to a foundry in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where it will have it surfaced refurbished for $5,000 to $10,000.

Around the Region for May 16

Full Gospel Pentecostal Church, 36 Laing Drive, will hold an outdoor auction at 9:30 a.m. Saturday. Items include a bedroom suite, coke machine, bikes, household items and more.

Ex-Martinsburg football standout accepted into drug court

The 22-year-old was ordered to serve a two- to 25-year prison sentence in December after he was arrested in October in connection with the theft of thousands of dollars in jewelry in September from a Martinsburg home and selling the items. According to the Herald Mail, Clinton could be released from custody and placed on home confinement as part of his participation in drug court, but his probation also would have to be reinstated as part of the move.

Keith Arneson's final gig

Twenty-four years after Keith Arneson and his banjo walked out of boot camp, he played his final gig in uniform Friday night with the U.S. Navy band, Country Current . It was a bittersweet moment for Arneson, and for a few dozen chilly fans who caught the performance at Circa Blue Fest in Martinsburg, WV.

The scene of a single-vehicle accident that killed a Shepherdstown man early Sunday.

A Shepherdstown man was killed Sunday in a single car accident at approximately 2:40 a.m. when the vehicle he was riding in skidded along the side of one wall on the road, then crashed into a stone wall at the intersection of Duke Street and Campus Drive, according to a Shepherdstown police spokesman. Robert C. Johnson, 36, of Shepherdstown, was the front seat passenger of vehicle, was taken by ambulance to Berkeley Medical Center in Martinsburg where he was pronounced dead at the hospital, according to Shepherdstown Police Cpl.

Constituent services a priority for government officials

Whether federal, state or local, elected government representatives generally consider constituent services and accessibility to voters to be a high priority. At the federal level, Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., have the most access to resources to provide constituent services and deal with higher volumes than local and state government representatives.

Hometown Love: Heritage Days explore Martinsburg's past

Radley Nichol, 5, and Mariana Hartman, 8, get some help firing a cannon from Cpl Robert Lohr at the Adam Stephen home during the Martinsburg Heritage Days on Saturday. Tri-State Grotto Vice Chair Bob Bennett, left, and members Doc Phillips and Susan Harbina, lead a tour of visitors to go underground during the Martinsburg Heritage Days on Saturday.

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