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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.
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
Boy Scouts to honor Bill Powell: Recently appointed U.S. attorney to...
J. Powell, the newly appointed U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of West Virginia, will be recognized as the 2018 Distinguished Citizen by the Potomac District, Shenandoah Council, Boy Scouts of America. A dinner in his honor celebrating his and scouting's value to the community will be held at the Holiday Inn in Martinsburg today at 6:30 p.m. An Eagle Scout and longtime adult volunteer with the local program, Powell was nominated to be the U.S. attorney for the Northern District of West Virginia last year and took the oath of office in December.Justice touts nation-leading construction upswing in WV
Appearing on stage at the West Virginia Construction and Design Expo, Gov. Jim Justice touted the state's growth in construction activity. The statistics the governor cited came by way of the Associated General Contractors of America through the U.S. Department of Labor.Officials warn to stay off roads as snow continues
Vehicles spin out and get stuck at the bottom of two hills at Kelly Island Road Tuesday morning in Martinsburg. MARTINSBURG-Officials continue to advise residents in Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan counties to stay off the roads if possible as snow continues to blanket the area into today.Winter weather advisory slated through Wednesday
MARTINSBURG-Heavy snow continues to blanket much of the Eastern Panhandle, where up to 14 inches was expected through this evening, according to forecasts. The National Weather Service issued a forecast of heavy snow for the region, with accumulations between 8 and 14 inches.Martinsburg man indicted for possession of more than 1,100 rounds of ammunition
Gary Owen Jones, of Martinsburg, was indicted Tuesday for allegedly possessing more than 1,100 rounds of ammunition as a convicted felon, U.S. Attorney Bill Powell said. Jones, 46, was indicted on one count of unlawful possession of ammunition.Saying thanks
Mill Creek Intermediate School teachers Joanna Dugan, Mike Mackey and Jennifer Jones put red flags in the ground near the front of the school in the shape of a heart as a gesture of thanks to the Inwood/Bunker Hill Community for the support over the past couple of weeks.Crime Report
Albert Mickens, 58, of Centre Street, Martinsburg, was arraigned Sunday in Berkeley County Magistrate Court on the misdemeanor charges of false reporting of an emergemcy and assault on an officer. Chad Andrew Johnson, 23, of Vintage Court, Martinsburg, was arraigned Friday in Berkeley County Magistrate Court on the felony charge of possession with the intent to deliver heroin.Berkeley County man's trial to begin Tuesday in toddler death
The trial of a Hedgesville man charged in the scalding death of a 14-month-old boy is set to begin this week. Michael McKinley, 31, will be in court Tuesday to face charges of death of a child by parent, guardian or custodian by child abuse and death of a child by parent, guardian or custodian by child neglect.In the Know for March 11
The Berkeley Arts Council announces new art classes for March and April at the Berkeley Art Works, 116 North Queen Street in Martinsburg. control of your digital camera.Stormwater management projects planned for Martinsburg
One of the projects would be at the Kilmer Springs Water Treatment Plant on Baltimore Street and the other would be at Lambert Park on Woodbury Avenue, according to Kristin Mielcarek of the Canaan Valley Institute. She toured several sites in Martinsburg with Chad Minnick, Martinsburg's stormwater coordinator, and Kristen Bisom, stormwater technician for the city, where stormwater projects might be needed, she said during Tuesday's meting of the TCPT.Burglaries, robberies in city down from last year
Burglaries and robberies decreased in the city in 2017, according to the Martinsburg Police Department's annual report released Friday. For the second year in a row, reported burglaries and robberies decreased, following the large reductions in 2016, according to the report.Non-Citizen Charged by Secretary of State with Perjury
A man from Burkina Faso, now living in Martinsburg through a green card program, has been charged by investigators with the West Virginia Secretary of State for providing false information on his voter registration application. Investigators were alerted of the conduct by Berkeley County Clerk John Small.Oak Street bridge replacement to begin March 19
Replacing the Oak Street bridge over the Tuscarora Creek in Martinsburg is set to start March 19, when the West Virginia Division of Highways will close the street beginning at 7 a.m. Detour signs will be posted. The detour will include East John Street, South Water Street, East Stephen Street and Cypress Way, according to the DOH news release.From left: Kija Wilson, Coordinator, Project Aware Trainer/Evaluator, ...
From left: Kija Wilson, Coordinator, Project Aware Trainer/Evaluator, meets with Tricia Ballard, Joni Greenberg and Stephanie Harding Friday afternoon at the Ramer Center in Martinsburg. MARTINSBURG-Some are calling mental illness a silent epidemic - especially among children -and schools are working to spread awareness and help students.Senate approves MARC funding
House Bill 4389 transfers $1.5 million from the Enterprise Resource Planning System Fund in the state auditor's and treasurer's departments and puts it in the West Virginia Commuter Rail Access Fund. It was introduced by House Speaker Tim Armstead at the request of Gov. Jim Justice.Lawsuit in area man's death likely heading to trial
Nearly 100 people marched on Queen Street in Martinsburg, West Virginia, on May 5, 2015, to ask for accountability in connection with the police shooting death of Stephens City resident Wayne Jones. Journal file photo The U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond has ruled there is "disputed material fact' as to whether five Martinsburg, West Virginia police officers used excessive force when in 2013 they shot and killed a 50-year-old man once from Stephens City.Motion to withdraw from plea agreement denied
After almost two hours of arguments and testimony, a Martinsburg man's motion to withdraw from his plea agreement was denied Wednesday in Berkeley County Circuit Court. Rafael David Zuniga, 31, of North Queen Street, previously entered a guilty plea under Alford circumstances in front of Judge Gray Silver III to charges of domestic assault, domestic battery, stalking and two counts of violation of a protective order.Journal Junction March 8
Hope all the teachers are satisfied they got what they wanted, since they said it wasn't just about the money. When your taxes go up, don't complain.Career criminal' sentenced after attempted robbery
A Martinsburg man was sentenced to one to 10 years in prison Monday for an attempted robbery of a Martinsburg business in June 2017. Clifford Gilliam Edwards, 47, of an unfixed address, pleaded guilty on Jan. 12 to one felony count of breaking and entering.Martinsburg applies to be an Opportunity Zone
Matt Ward of Sustainable Strategies DC is preparing Martinsburg's application as well as applications for Ranson and Charles Town. According to information provided by Ward, Opportunity Zones are part of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act signed into law by President Donald Trump in December.
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