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Martinsburg, West Virginia is located in Berkeley County. Zip codes in Martinsburg, WV include 25403, 25402, and 25401. The median home price in Martinsburg is $159,900. More Martinsburg information.

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Journal Junction for April 19

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Fri Apr 18, 2014

Martinsburg Journal

Man releases treasured items for auction

It took an entire auction house storage facility, but Falling Waters resident Nevin "Buck" Sigler was able to get his collection of items, spanning more than 65 years, under one roof.

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Thu Apr 17, 2014

Martinsburg Journal

Officials: Second cath lab means more services for patients

There was no hiding the pride Thursday afternoon when Berkeley Medical Center officials and supporters toured a new cath lab - a state-of-the-art expansion which means additional services are now available to area citizens.

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WCHS-TV Charleston

Controversy Over Plants' Domestic Violence Allegations Starting To Affect Kanawha Court Cases

The effort by a lawyer disciplinary board to remove Kanawha County Prosecutor Mark Plants and his office from handling domestic violence cases involving parents and minor children is starting to affect the courtroom.

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Wed Apr 16, 2014

Martinsburg Journal

BRCTC troupe to perform - Our Town'

The classic drama "Our Town" will be performed Easter Weekend at the Apollo Theater in Martinsburg by a troupe pulled from the community as well as the staff and student body at Blue Ridge Community and Technical College.

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Martinsburg Journal

Dozens of speakers debate proposed smoking ban

Calm prevailed at Wednesday night's public forum, when about 125 people gathered to hear comments about - and debate - a proposed ban of smoking in public places, including private bars and fraternal organizations.

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Martinsburg Journal

Judge: City must turn in documents related to police-involved shooting

A federal judge has ordered the city of Martinsburg to turn documents related to a police-involved shooting last year that left a Virginia man dead over to counsel representing the man's family in a $200 million lawsuit filed against the city.

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Martinsburg gun law changes get preliminary OK

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

Martinsburg Journal

Crowd expected for tonight's hearing on smoking ban

Gail Kesecker has done her part to let Berkeley County Health Department board members know that she - and lots of others who patronize her rural business, the Long Branch Saloon and Grill - opposes a proposed ban of smoking in public places, including bars and fraternal organizations.

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Things Are Not Looking For Family Dollar

While the $6.4 billion retailer hasn't had much good news for shareholders lately, bets against the stock reached a record low last week, according to Markit data compiled by Bloomberg.

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

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Md. Pa. W.Va. police to step up I-81 enforcement

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Martinsburg Journal

Journal Junction for April 14

To the Inwood and Kearneysville callers regarding the light in Bakerton: There have been many accidents causing deaths before the light.

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Sat Apr 12, 2014

Martinsburg Journal

Locals open fourth physical therapy center

With two established facilities and another under construction, Kelley and Jennifer Rankin recently opened their fourth physical therapy center within the Eastern Panhandle.

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Martinsburg Journal

Rain suspends tennis match

No wind, rain or lack of a complete service line across the middle of one court could stop Martinsburg tennis players Carter Davis and Owen Hamilton from picking up a top-seeded doubles win against Hedgesville's Daniel Rauch and Wyatt Smith in Eastern Panhandle Athletic Conference action Friday afternoon.

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Fri Apr 11, 2014

Martinsburg Journal

Coalition reviews victories over poverty

When Renate Pore started the Healthy Kids and Families Coalition in 1998, she wanted to start a conversation about poverty in West Virginia.

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Martinsburg Journal

Journal Junction for April 11

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Thu Apr 10, 2014

Martinsburg Journal

Recession Rebound

"We were firing on all cylinders," Michael Covell, Martinsburg's city planner and engineer, said in a recent interview about the years before the recession.

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The Intelligencer

Martinsburg Considers New Municipal Gun Laws

Martinsburg City Council members will be asked to consider two new ordinances that deal with regulating firearms in the city during their regularly scheduled monthly meeting today.

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Tue Apr 08, 2014

Martinsburg Journal

Journal Junction for April 9

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High speed police chases

You used to see them on the TV cop show dramas. The bad guy takes off in his car with the police behind him in hot pursuit.

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