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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
Alternative learning program launched in Berkeley County

Journal photo by Jim McConville Directors of the newly launched public-private program in Berkeley County aimed at reducing student recidivism rates. From left are Charles Hampton, principal for Board of Child Care Martinsburg School; Jacob Green, special assistant to the Chief Career and Technical Education Officer; Jason Wright, director of Community Based Services; Laurie Anne Spagnola, president and CEO of Board of Child Care; Don Dellinger, deputy superintendent of Berkeley County Schools; and Jackie Columbia, director of West Virginia Services and Board of Child Care.

Case against Big Bucks Bingo operators dismissed by judge

The seven operators of Big Bucks Bingo had all charges against them dismissed Friday by Judge Gina Groh, Chief United States District Judge in the United States District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia. Brent Jackson, 45; Steve Crites, 45; James M. Cites, 72; Betty Crites, 68; Kristy Vanduzer, 43; Larry Webster, 68; and James R. Crites, 37, all of Martinsburg, were named and indicted for a 53-count indictment in September 2016, according to court documents.

Martinsburg city council approves 2017-18 budget

The City Council formally approved Martinsburg's $33.5 million budget for fiscal year 2017-18 at its council meeting on Monday night. The total budget includes budgets for the city's general fund; water and sewer fund, police levy fund; sanitation fund; fire and emergency medical services fund; parking fund; and coal severance tax fund.

Man held on $5 million bond

A Martinsburg man who allegedly was the kingpin of one of the largest heroin distribution rings in the Eastern Panhandle since the 1980s is being held on $5,590,000 bond in Berkeley County and $955,000 bond in Jefferson County for 24 counts of conspiracy and 19 counts of delivery and possession. Early last week local law enforcement officials involved with the Eastern Panhandle Drugs & Violent Crime Task Force netted Christian Alexander Blunt, 24, of West Virginia Avenue in Martinsburg during a drug sting resulting in the arrest of 48 individuals in connection with a single, large scale heroin ring.

Health care rally held in Martinsburg

Many groups in support of the Affordable Care Act met up and rallied outside of Sen. Shelly Capito's four offices around the state today. The planned protests were aimed at Capito, R-W.Va., in order for her to hear the opposition from West Virginians about the legislation at the house that is attempting to wipe out Obamacare.

Task force scores another big bust

The Eastern Panhandle Drug & Violent Crime Task Force announced the arrest of 48 individuals in connection with a single, large scale drug bust Friday afternoon at the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office. Officials said the drug bust dismantled an extensive heroin trafficking network that spanned across the Eastern Panhandle and surrounding states by using various tools - including interception of electronic communications and ground and aerial surveillance methods - after obtaining a warrant.

(Journal file photo by Ron Agnir) The closed Big Springs Water...

The closed Big Springs Water Filtration Plant is shown in Martinsburg in May 2016. button on plans to pay Martinsburg up to an estimated $10 million for it to remediate contamination to the Big Springs Water Treatment Plant, city officials said at its meeting Monday night.

Report: Violent crimes down in city

Calls for service are down in eight out of 10 categories, according to the 2016 annual report from the Martinsburg Police Department. He attributed the decreases to a number of reasons.

Class Visits Journal

A group of 12 students from Mr. Lowery and Mrs. Taylor's high school special needs class came to visit The Journal in Martinsburg on Monday morning.

Panhandle to take part in drug pilot program

The Eastern Panhandle is one of 15 communities to participate in a pilot community project spearheaded by the nonprofit group Facing Addiction to shape the public response to addiction through a grassroots campaign within the community, organization officials said on Tuesday. "Now we have a network of not only local, state and federal level, we now have this network to pull from."

Crime Report for March 21

Brandon J. Atkins, 30, of Bollinger Drive in Martinsburg, was arraigned Friday by the Winchester Police Department for public intoxication. Mandy Ann Beegle, 39 of Crawford Quarry Road in Falling Waters, was arraigned Saturday in Berkeley County Magistrate Court for a misdemeanor charge of domestic battery.

West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles v. Richardson Powers

WEST VIRGINIA DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLES, Petitioner, Respondent below v. Renee L. RICHARDSON-POWERS, Respondent, Petitioner below, and West Virginia Human Rights Commission, Respondent Patrick Morrisey, Esq., Attorney General, Mary M. Downey, Esq., Assistant Attorney General, Charleston, West Virginia Garry G. Geffert, Esq., Martinsburg, West Virginia, Counsel for Richardson-Powers Ann L. Haight, Esq., Deputy Attorney General, Jerry R. Fowler II, Esq., Assistant Attorney General, Charleston, West Virginia, Counsel for Human Rights Commission The West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles , appeals from an adverse finding of discrimination against it by the West Virginia Human Rights Commission .

Morrisey applauds Senate, urges House to strengthen state's fight against Medicaid fraud

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey hopes that a bill that passed the Senate Saturday could save millions of dollars. Senate Bill 500 would move West Virginia's Medicaid Fraud Control Unit from the state Department of Health and Human Resources to the Attorney General's Office.

STATE v. LEWIS

Ben J. Crawley-Woods, Esq., Ashton & Crawley-Woods PLLC, Martinsburg, West Virginia, Counsel for the Petitioner Christopher C., Quasebarth, Esq., Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, Cheryl K. Saville, Esq., Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Berkeley County Prosecutor's Office, Martinsburg, West Virginia, Counsel for the Respondent The petitioner, Leonard C. Lewis , appeals from the August 25, 2015, order in which the Circuit Court of Berkeley County sentenced him to life imprisonment, without the possibility of parole, and additional consecutive sentences.

'What Does It Mean?' West Virginians Weigh GOP Health Care Plan

Stephanie Frederickson, right, and Diane Hughes, who spoke about their experience with medical coverage under the 2010 health care law, listen to Sen. Joe Manchin during a town hall meeting in Martinsburg, W.Va. on Thursday.

Journal Junction for March 20

The clowns are the ones speaking out against our president by doing or saying anything to damage us in the eyes of our enemies. By overthrowing our president and government you are playing into the hands of those outside influences that pay to bring us down.

Around The Region for March 20

Representatives from seven local college and universities will be in attendance to answer questions about their programs of study in the field of Education. Additionally, the West Virginia Department of Education will present, at 4:30 p.m. This event is geared toward certified teachers who wish to enter a graduate field of study.

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