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Stories with place: Martinsburg
  • Charleston only West Virginia city with 50,000 population 
    Updated: May-21-15 11:32 am

    CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Charleston is hanging on as the only city in West Virginia with a population of more than 50,000, while Morgantown is now the state's third-largest city, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

  • Tomato farmer sentenced for poaching deer, growing marijuana 
    Updated: May-12-15 12:10 pm

    MARTINSBURG, West Virginia - A Hedgesville man has been ordered to serve one to five years in prison for running a large-scale deer-poaching and marijuana-growing operation.

  • W.Va. church raising money to buy shoes for students 
    Updated: May-09-15 10:29 am

    MARTINSBURG, West Virginia - CenterPointe Church members are already fundraising to buy shoes and socks for local schoolchildren in the fall- an expensive project whose value can't be measured in mere dollars and cents, said the Rev. Nick Scott.

  • W.Va. company admits distributing unapproved products 
    Updated: May-05-15 1:31 pm

    MARTINSBURG, West Virginia - An Eastern Panhandle company faces a maximum $250,000 fine after admitting that it distributed medical products without federal approval.

  • Marchers protest 2013 fatal police shooting in Martinsburg 
    Updated: May-05-15 12:04 pm

    MARTINSBURG, West Virginia - Several dozen people marched in Martinsburg on Tuesday to protest the fatal shooting of a Virginia man by police in 2013.

  • Martinsburg factory gives chocolate lovers a tour 
    Updated: May-02-15 10:16 am

    MARTINSBURG, West Virginia - Chocolate lovers got the opportunity to look behind-the-scenes, or under the wrapper, at the chocolate-making process with tours at DeFluri's Fine Chocolates in downtown Martinsburg, part of the 2015 Main Street Martinsburg Chocolate Festival and Book Faire.

  • Ex-W.Va. loan officer pleads guilty to bank fraud 
    Updated: May-01-15 1:46 pm

    MARTINSBURG, West Virginia - A federal prosecutor says a former loan officer has pleaded guilty to bank fraud.

  • W.Va. bus tour highlighting child abuse, neglect draws crowd 
    Updated: Apr-26-15 9:37 am

    MARTINSBURG, West Virginia - It's not always easy being a kid, and now some local adults have a better idea about their problems - thanks to this year's Child Watch Initiative bus tour, which allowed participants to experience issues such as neglect and abuse through the eyes of a child.