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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
M-BC Parks and Rec will develop path through Prather and Faulkner parks

Rick Knight, Pastor of the Living Waters Family Worship Center, stands along the "Gold Section" of the Prather Park Pathway route that ends along the church's property on State Circle Wednesday. Rick Knight, Pastor of the Living Waters Family Worship Center, stands along the "Gold Section" of the Prather Park Patherway Route that ends along the church's property on State' Crcle Wednesday afternoon in Martinsburg.

Rainy Football

Shown, from left, are 7 year olds Aubrey Burrell, Kaiden Lackey and Carter Young as they play football in the rain Monday afternoon in Martinsburg.

Special cell tower permit approved by City Council

A special use permit for a cell tower to be erected on city property was approved by Martinsburg City Council members following a public hearing during their meeting Thursday. The vote was split 5-2 in favor of granting the permit.

Around the Region for August 15

The West Virginia Division of Highways advises motorists of lane closures today on W.Va. 45 in Martinsburg at Interstate 81 Exit 12. W.Va.

Men charged in death of WVU student set for trial

The trial for two men charged in the fatal shooting of a Jefferson County man last year are begins Monday. Malakye Boyd, 18, and Rakeem Newman, 21, face murder and other charges stemming from the July 2016 shooting of Ryan Mumaw, 21. Mumaw was a WVU student at the time of his death.

Support Groups for August 14

A Hagerstown Parkinson's Support Group will meet at 11:45 a.m. Sept. 7 at Western Sizzlin' Steakhouse Restaurant, 17567 York Road, Hagerstown, Maryland.

Homebuyer Assistance Program funding increased

The Eastern Panhandle HOME Consortium got some good news: its federal allocation for the 2017-18 fiscal year was increased by $11,715 over last year. Nancy Strine, Martinsburg community development administrator, who administers the HOME program for the tri-county region, announced the funding increase during a public hearing on the HOME program's annual action plan Tuesday.

Consider all aspects in pipeline project

Critics of Mountaineer Gas Company's pipeline project have spoken out about eminent domain and environmental concerns - both of which are important to us and to the community. We believe, however, a great deal of misinformation has been circulating about the project - a project that will bring investment to the area and will make natural gas available to customers and businesses in Morgan County that did not have the option before.

Journal Junction for August 11

With the theoretical threat of a North Korean nuclear device targeting either New York or some Left Coast metropolis, the liberal media spent a whole fifteen seconds on the story. It was preempted by a nearly three week old search of a former Trump campaign worker which received almost two minutes coverage of a non-story in the never ending which hunt for nonexistent criminal behavior.

Motel protesters appeal to City Council

A couple, who live in the vicinity of two motels in the 1000 block of Winchester Avenue, asked Martinsburg City Council members at their meeting Thursday evening to annex the properties so that the city could cite the owners under the city's drug house ordinance. During the citizens petitions segment of the meeting, Elizabeth Day, who said she lives in the 800 block of Winchester Avenue with her husband, Dave, told council members that criminals in and around the Heritage and Relax inns know how the game is played.

Mountaineer Gas to build first part of new Eastern Panhandle pipeline

Mountaineer Gas executives outlined plans for the companies $30 million natural gas pipeline project to run from Berkeley Springs in Morgan County to Martinsburg in Berkeley County that would more than double its natural gas output in the area at the Berkeley County Economic Development Authority meeting on Wednesday. Construction of the 22. 5 mile pipeline - the first phase in a projected three phase pipeline project - is scheduled to start in the first quarter of 2018 and be completed by year end, or first quarter 2019, said Mountaineer Gas senior vice president and chief administrative officer Moses Skaff, who gave a project overview to the BCDA.

100 bicycle helmets donated to Martinsburg Police Department

To be sure kids are safe when biking, skateboarding or rollerblading the streets of Martinsburg this summer, 100 bicycle helmets were donated to the Martinsburg Police Department Wednesday from the Eastern Panhandle Bicycle Company and Brown Funeral Home. Bob Fields, owner of Browns Funeral Home, said the partnership with Brian Webber, owner of Eastern Panhandle Bicycle Company, was created out of wanting children to practice safe bicycling throughout the neighborhood.

Submitted photo This is the sign that belongs to The Berkeley County Arts Council.

The first application for an overhanging sign in downtown Martinsburg was tabled during Monday's Historic Preservation Review Commission meeting after objections to the sign's design and color were raised. The Berkeley Arts Council applied to install a two-foot by three-foot perpendicular sign at the council's gallery, Berkeley Art Works, at 116 N. Queen St. The background of the sign would be lemon yellow surrounding a cloud-like bubble with ART inside.

Plenty To Do

Above, Jacinta Taulbee judges the Class 6 Junior Buck-Lionhead on Monday afternoon at the Berkeley County Youth Fair in Martinsburg. Below, Trenon Fox, with cap, took first place in the Junior Division of the donut eating contest.

Around The Region for August 8

Retired/former/current employees of AT&T, C&P Telephone, Bell Atlantic, Verizon, and Frontier will meet for lunch at noon Thursday at Kitzies, on Rock Cliff Drive. Spouses/widows are welcome.

Martinsburg reports 8 opioid deaths in 2017

Eight people have died from a substance overdose in Martinsburg during the first seven months of 2017, according to figures released by the Martinsburg Fire Department. A non-opioid overdose death can be the result of an overdose of another substance, including prescription medications or alcohol.

VA bill gets Capito's support

U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito recently voted to advance the FY2018 Military Construction, Veterans Affairs and Related Agencies Appropriations bill, legislation to fund important military and veteran priorities. Following the subcommittee markup of the bill-the Senate's first for the current fiscal year-Senator Capito issued the following statement: "Keeping our promises to our veterans is a sacred trust we must always strive to achieve.

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