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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
Martinsburg man pleads guilty to bank robbery, kidnapping

A 58-year-old Martinsburg man pleaded guilty Thursday in Berkeley County Circuit Court to the felony charges of bank robbery and kidnapping. Ronnie Lee Schroyer, of Williamsport Road, was scheduled to go to trial May 30 in his case for robbing the City National Bank in Martinsburg in January 2017, but instead reached a plea agreement with the state, which was presented to 23rd Judicial Circuit Court Judge Michael Lorensen.

Human trafficking signs, issues spur talks at Shepherd

Individuals across the country and in the local community, who are working to raise awareness and put an end to trafficking, are encouraging the community, Shepherd University's Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force, the Shepherdstown and Martinsburg Rotary Clubs and the Shenandoah Women's Center sponsored a lecture Tuesday titled by Carol Hart Metzker and a panel discussion comprised of J. Robert Leslie, West Virginia senior deputy attorney general; Katie Spriggs, executive director of the Shenandoah Women's Center; and Penny Kay Hoeflinger, a human trafficking survivor, author and founder of Coffee House Farm. When many hear the words human trafficking, they may think of people being taken across state lines or brought into the country.

'Our best selves': Martinsburg graduates encouraged to - strive for excellence'

While high school graduation ceremonies typically serves as a platform to acknowledge those who have shaped you, to offer a call to cherish a lifetime of memories and to point to the future of adulthood, the lessons imparted by the Martinsburg High School graduating Class of 2018 may have gone off the standard script. This year's class - according to the words of three of its leaders - may be more remembered for challenging itself to On a calm evening with a clearing sky, the 296 seniors representing Martinsburg High School's 140th graduating class each walked deliberately up to the podium to receive their diplomas and a handshake from Berkeley County Schools Superintendent Manny Arvon.

Virginia man sentenced in identity theft case of hospital patients

A Stephens City, Virginia, man was sentenced to two years in prison and was ordered to pay more than $26,000 in restitution in federal court Monday for his role in the stealing personal of information from patients at the WVU Medicine University Healthcare in Martinsburg to open credit cards under their names. Ajarhi Roberts, also known as Wayne Roberts, 25, pleaded guilty in February to one count of bank fraud, United States Attorney Bill Powell said in a press release.

Crime Report: May 22

Trevor Matthew Pendleton, 26, of Dominion Road, Gerrardstown, was arraigned Friday in Berkeley County Magistrate Court on the misdemeanor charges of false information and possession of marijuana. Joseph C. Daniel, 39, of Evergreen Mills Road, Leesburg, Virginia, was arraigned Monday in Berkeley County Magistrate Court on the misdemeanor charge of driving while revoked for DUI.

Woman sentenced to 35 years for role in botched robbery

A Martinsburg woman was sentenced Monday to 35 years in prison with the possibility of parole for her role in a botched robbery resulting in the death of Ramon Walker. Destiny A. Baker, 20, pleaded guilty in March to one count of first-degree robbery.

Eastern Panhandle waters expected back in banks by mid-week

Days of heavy rain caused some issues for water ways in the Eastern Panhandle, but it wasn't as bad as some had feared. Jefferson County Homeland Security and Emergency Management PIO Brandon Vallee said that while rivers and streams did reach flood stage, none of them crested as high as some had feared.

Individuals indicted in Berkeley County

After four days, the May term of the Berkeley County Grand Jury returned 99 indictments Friday, Berkeley County Prosecuting Attorney Catie Wilkes Delligatti announced. Following the alleged shooting, Newill left the scene and was captured days later asleep in his car in a Wal-Mart parking lot in Winchester, Virginia.

West Virginia counties declare state of emergency

Two counties in West Virginia have declared a state of emergency over flash-flood risks in the area. The Journal of Martinsburg reports the declaration in Jefferson and Berkeley counties comes after four days of torrential rains and storms hit the area, flooding roadways and felling trees.

The Eastern Panhandle's in deep water

Due to the continued and substantial rainfall, several roads in Jefferson County will remain closed and flooding will continue in the area, according to officials. The National Weather Service has issued four active warnings for the area.

Rain, floods continue to affect Eastern Panhandle

A state of emergency proclamation was signed by the Jefferson County Commission on Thursday to allow Jefferson County Homeland Security and Emergency Management to request state resources in response to the flooding. The Opequon Creek near Martinsburg is in a moderate flood stage and is expected to crest again at 13.9 feet this afternoon.

Summer reading program kicks off June 12 -

It will be a summer of discovery at the Mason County Libraries, as the Summer Reading Program gets underway in June. "Summer of Discovery at the Library" will be the theme of the free event, with reading, games, crafts, prizes and activities being planned.

Face of Defense: Airman Draws Inspiration From Vietnam Veteran

Forty-three years ago, as the North Vietnamese Army and the Viet Cong took over the South Vietnam capital city of Saigon, thousands of refugees fled their home country and the communist government. Air Force Tech.

Hearings for Baker brothers continued to later date

The preliminary hearings scheduled Thursday for brothers Christopher and Jason Baker, accused of larceny and destruction of property, were continued to a later date. Jason Baker appeared in Berkeley County Magistrate Court Thursday morning, during which the state made a motion for continuance due to outstanding discovery in the case.

Eastern Panhandle dealing with flooding

Emergency crews are expecting to deal with as much as three to seven inches of rain in the Eastern Panhandle. Those roads so far include Henshaw, Grapevine, Douglas Grove Road, and Golfcourse Road, and emergency crews are watching other roadways that historically flood so they can put signs up.

Young Martinsburg author writes children's book

Pictured, from front row, left, are Cara Burker, Sharpsburg, Maryland; Barbara Sherman, Hedgesville; Amanda Mills, Harpers Ferry; and Sarah Cave, Bunker Hill; second row, Stephen Johnston, Harpers Ferry; Margaret Kenny, Shepherdstown; John Considine, Charles Town; Caroline McLeod, Shepherdstown; and Andrew Keel, Harpers Ferry. follows the main character, Luke, and his journey on a path of poetry that winds through vibrant illustrations as he overcomes self-doubt, ridicule, fear and physical obstacles.

Panhandle to receive road upgrades

In Berkeley County, HEPMPO is adding $8.5 million for an Interstate 81 lighting project to be completed along the West Virginia section of the highway. The project consists of $500,000 in engineering funding allocated for fiscal year 2018, and $8 million in construction funding to be used in fiscal year 2020.

Parks and rec head pushes for joint indoor pool

Martinsburg-Berkeley County Parks & Recreation Executive Director R. Steve Catlett said future funding of the county's outdoor Lambert Pool may be a case of throwing good money after bad. In fact, Catlett said he will be conveying that message to Martinsburg officials to no longer subsidize the pool's operation as the city has for the past five years.

Around the Region: May 15

The Berkeley Border Guards, Camp 199, Martinsburg , will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Triple Brick Museum, 313 E. John St. Meetings are open to the public, prospective members and former members wishing to rejoin. The Sons of Confederate Veterans welcomes all prospective members and those interested in learning why the southern soldier went to war.

Stormy Spring: Heavy winds, rain slam Eastern Panhandle

Severe thunderstorms across the Eastern Panhandle resulted in high winds and heavy rain Monday. High winds also resulted in downed trees and power lines in Jefferson and Berkeley counties, according to emergency scanner traffic.

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