Mayor: George Karos
Website: City of Martinsburg
The City of Martinsburg, recognized as the "fastest growing City in the State" is known as the "Gateway to the Shenandoah Valley." Located in the heart of the Eastern Panhandle, it is one of the core cities in the Hagerstown-Martinsburg, Metropolitan Area, yet offers the serenity of small town living. The city is rich in historical background, as having the first U.S. post office in 1792. During World War II, the Newton D. Baker Hospital in Martinsburg treated thousands of soldiers wounded in the war. In the center of town today, War Memorial Park hosts swimming, entertainment, fairs, and festivals throughout the year. The Apollo Theatre, The Arts Centre, Belle Boyd House, Adam Stephen House, and the Apple Harvest Festival provide for year-round culture, arts, historic sites, and tourism for its community and visitors.
There are multiple middle schools and high schools in Martinsburg that all offer an excellent education. The teachers in our community take pride in preparing each student for college. The local universities include:
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