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Big business could have came in and took it over, but the city leadership was smart about keeping the historic aspects of Martinsburg. I just thought it was ridiculous, when I lived in Martinsburg, that I had to get in a car, drive to Hagerstown, Maryland or Winchester, Virginia because the night spots were better and more accepting of me. All the old buildings from the late 19th century and early 20th century is still intact. Yeah, the Mall area is still intact, however, the Berkeley Plaza is just a wasteland, and downtown reminds you more each day of something out of The Hills have Eyes movie. Cost of living is kept low and I think most people would be surprised how diverse it could be if they gave it a chance. Those towns have come a far way with diversity and open mindedness and that is where Martinsburg is seriously lacking. Where I lived on King St. Martinsburg Mall is a bust, sadly. As far as commercial, it has went in the opposite direction. I was not a happy person when I lived there, but then again, I lived there for much of my childhood, attended Musselman just south of Martinsburg , and after graduating, living in Hagerstown and moving back, I decided I needed a change. It could be like Wheeling, Huntington, Parkersburg, or even Beckeley. You know, business on the North Side for 5 years, then moves, to the South side for 5 years, then back to the Central end. We have a sales tax holiday for a full week. I like the historical aspects of Downtown. Maybe West Virginia has this, but during the Back to School rush, in August, sales taxes are suspended for one week. Martinsburg's downtown could grow to attract more minorities. Does West Virginia or the city of Martinsburg realize that I was taking my money to another state? It is just a shame that people do not realize how much cheaper it is to live there. Don't feel like you are bashing, I just call it as I see it. When I was living there, we had so many hopes, but the mall is not the best. Crime levels have remained the same. My aunt's business has always been situated on the North end of town and at one time, for a couple years, she was in Downtown. Originally Posted by Georgia No, Martinsburg has not changed only in the aspect of adding hundreds of homes on what used to be beautiful orchards. Martinsburg was one of the few towns that changed hands between the North and the South during the American Civil War. Big ticket items like laptops, school clothing, school supplies, software programs, and any other electronic learning items are not taxed. Georgia, my aunt and mother still run their business in the northside of town. West Virginia needs to consider something that we do here in Florida. Gay bar huntington wv



Martinsburg's downtown could grow to attract more minorities. West Virginia needs to consider something that we do here in Florida. When I was living there, we had so many hopes, but the mall is not the best. That is sad too. Originally Posted by Georgia No, Martinsburg has not changed only in the aspect of adding hundreds of homes on what used to be beautiful orchards. You know, business on the North Side for 5 years, then moves, to the South side for 5 years, then back to the Central end. Cost of living is kept low and I think most people would be surprised how diverse it could be if they gave it a chance. I was not a happy person when I lived there, but then again, I lived there for much of my childhood, attended Musselman just south of Martinsburg , and after graduating, living in Hagerstown and moving back, I decided I needed a change. Maybe West Virginia has this, but during the Back to School rush, in August, sales taxes are suspended for one week. We have a sales tax holiday for a full week. It could be like Wheeling, Huntington, Parkersburg, or even Beckeley. Yeah, the Mall area is still intact, however, the Berkeley Plaza is just a wasteland, and downtown reminds you more each day of something out of The Hills have Eyes movie. I just thought it was ridiculous, when I lived in Martinsburg, that I had to get in a car, drive to Hagerstown, Maryland or Winchester, Virginia because the night spots were better and more accepting of me. It is just a shame that people do not realize how much cheaper it is to live there. Those towns have come a far way with diversity and open mindedness and that is where Martinsburg is seriously lacking. Big ticket items like laptops, school clothing, school supplies, software programs, and any other electronic learning items are not taxed. Does West Virginia or the city of Martinsburg realize that I was taking my money to another state? Nothing but a hotel area for DC workers now. As with any Martinsburg post I post to attempt to say that this historical, once pride filled town, has the opportunity to be the jewel of the Mid Atlantic by history alone, however, the DC crowd along with the local good ole boys on could care less about this. My aunt's business has always been situated on the North end of town and at one time, for a couple years, she was in Downtown. I like the historical aspects of Downtown. All the old buildings from the late 19th century and early 20th century is still intact. Martinsburg Mall is a bust, sadly.

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Nothing but a hotel area for DC workers now. Does West Virginia or the city of Martinsburg realize that I was taking my money to another state? Maybe West Virginia has this, but during the Back to School rush, in August, sales taxes are suspended for one week. Where I lived on King St. Yeah, the Mall area is still intact, however, the Berkeley Plaza is just a wasteland, and downtown reminds you more each day of something out of The Hills have Eyes movie. All the old buildings from the late 19th century and early 20th century is still intact. It is just a shame that people do not realize how much cheaper it is to live there. My aunt's business has always been situated on the North end of town and at one time, for a couple years, she was in Downtown. Martinsburg's downtown could grow to attract more minorities. The sales taxes are also cheaper. Georgia, my aunt and mother still run their business in the northside of town. Big business could have came in and took it over, but the city leadership was smart about keeping the historic aspects of Martinsburg. As with any Martinsburg post I post to attempt to say that this historical, once pride filled town, has the opportunity to be the jewel of the Mid Atlantic by history alone, however, the DC crowd along with the local good ole boys on could care less about this. As far as commercial, it has went in the opposite direction. It does not help fuel the economy. Originally Posted by Georgia No, Martinsburg has not changed only in the aspect of adding hundreds of homes on what used to be beautiful orchards. Those towns have come a far way with diversity and open mindedness and that is where Martinsburg is seriously lacking. You know, business on the North Side for 5 years, then moves, to the South side for 5 years, then back to the Central end. I like the historical aspects of Downtown. Martinsburg was one of the few towns that changed hands between the North and the South during the American Civil War. I was not a happy person when I lived there, but then again, I lived there for much of my childhood, attended Musselman just south of Martinsburg , and after graduating, living in Hagerstown and moving back, I decided I needed a change. I just thought it was ridiculous, when I lived in Martinsburg, that I had to get in a car, drive to Hagerstown, Maryland or Winchester, Virginia because the night spots were better and more accepting of me. Big ticket items like laptops, school clothing, school supplies, software programs, and any other electronic learning items are not taxed. Crime levels have remained the same. Don't feel like you are bashing, I just call it as I see it. It could be like Wheeling, Huntington, Parkersburg, or even Beckeley. The "Martinsburg Shift" is still alive and well. Martinsburg Mall is a bust, sadly.



































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We have a sales tax holiday for a full week. Georgia, my aunt and mother still run their business in the northside of town. West Virginia needs to consider something that we do here in Florida. You know, business on the North Side for 5 years, then moves, to the South side for 5 years, then back to the Central end. It does not help fuel the economy. Martinsburg Mall is a bust, sadly. As with any Martinsburg post I post to attempt to say that this historical, once pride filled town, has the opportunity to be the jewel of the Mid Atlantic by history alone, however, the DC crowd along with the local good ole boys on could care less about this. I like the historical aspects of Downtown. Those towns have come a far way with diversity and open mindedness and that is where Martinsburg is seriously lacking. Originally Posted by Georgia No, Martinsburg has not changed only in the aspect of adding hundreds of homes on what used to be beautiful orchards. Nothing but a hotel area for DC workers now. I was not a happy person when I lived there, but then again, I lived there for much of my childhood, attended Musselman just south of Martinsburg , and after graduating, living in Hagerstown and moving back, I decided I needed a change. Martinsburg's downtown could grow to attract more minorities. Does West Virginia or the city of Martinsburg realize that I was taking my money to another state? As far as commercial, it has went in the opposite direction. The only problem is the diversity issues there. It could be like Wheeling, Huntington, Parkersburg, or even Beckeley. Big business could have came in and took it over, but the city leadership was smart about keeping the historic aspects of Martinsburg. The sales taxes are also cheaper. Cost of living is kept low and I think most people would be surprised how diverse it could be if they gave it a chance. When I was living there, we had so many hopes, but the mall is not the best. Maybe West Virginia has this, but during the Back to School rush, in August, sales taxes are suspended for one week. That is sad too. Crime levels have remained the same. Yeah, the Mall area is still intact, however, the Berkeley Plaza is just a wasteland, and downtown reminds you more each day of something out of The Hills have Eyes movie. My aunt's business has always been situated on the North end of town and at one time, for a couple years, she was in Downtown. All the old buildings from the late 19th century and early 20th century is still intact. The "Martinsburg Shift" is still alive and well. I just thought it was ridiculous, when I lived in Martinsburg, that I had to get in a car, drive to Hagerstown, Maryland or Winchester, Virginia because the night spots were better and more accepting of me.

Georgia, my aunt and mother still run their business in the northside of town. The "Martinsburg Shift" is still alive and well. It could be like Wheeling, Huntington, Parkersburg, or even Beckeley. Does West Virginia or the city of Martinsburg realize that I was taking my money to another state? I just thought it was ridiculous, when I lived in Martinsburg, that I had to get in a car, drive to Hagerstown, Maryland or Winchester, Virginia because the night spots were better and more accepting of me. Those towns have come a far way with diversity and open mindedness and that is where Martinsburg is seriously lacking. Big ticket items like laptops, school clothing, school supplies, software programs, and any other electronic learning items are not taxed. Martinsburg Mall is a bust, sadly. The sales taxes are also cheaper. Martinsburg's downtown could grow to attract more minorities. Big business could have came in and took it over, but the city leadership was smart about keeping the historic aspects of Martinsburg. You know, business on the North Side for 5 years, then moves, to the South side for 5 years, then back to the Central end. I was not a happy person when I lived there, but then again, I lived there for much of my childhood, attended Musselman just south of Martinsburg , and after graduating, living in Hagerstown and moving back, I decided I needed a change. That is sad too. Crime levels have remained the same. Maybe West Virginia has this, but during the Back to School rush, in August, sales taxes are suspended for one week. All the old buildings from the late 19th century and early 20th century is still intact. Originally Posted by Georgia No, Martinsburg has not changed only in the aspect of adding hundreds of homes on what used to be beautiful orchards. Cost of living is kept low and I think most people would be surprised how diverse it could be if they gave it a chance. My aunt's business has always been situated on the North end of town and at one time, for a couple years, she was in Downtown. It does not help fuel the economy. Martinsburg was one of the few towns that changed hands between the North and the South during the American Civil War. The only problem is the diversity issues there. Nothing but a hotel area for DC workers now. I like the historical aspects of Downtown. When I was living there, we had so many hopes, but the mall is not the best. West Virginia needs to consider something that we do here in Florida. Don't feel like you are bashing, I just call it as I see it. We have a sales tax holiday for a full week. It is just a shame that people do not realize how much cheaper it is to live there. Gay bar huntington wv



I like the historical aspects of Downtown. You know, business on the North Side for 5 years, then moves, to the South side for 5 years, then back to the Central end. The only problem is the diversity issues there. Cost of living is kept low and I think most people would be surprised how diverse it could be if they gave it a chance. Those towns have come a far way with diversity and open mindedness and that is where Martinsburg is seriously lacking. All the old buildings from the late 19th century and early 20th century is still intact. Maybe West Virginia has this, but during the Back to School rush, in August, sales taxes are suspended for one week. West Virginia needs to consider something that we do here in Florida. Martinsburg was one of the few towns that changed hands between the North and the South during the American Civil War. Big business could have came in and took it over, but the city leadership was smart about keeping the historic aspects of Martinsburg. The sales taxes are also cheaper. As with any Martinsburg post I post to attempt to say that this historical, once pride filled town, has the opportunity to be the jewel of the Mid Atlantic by history alone, however, the DC crowd along with the local good ole boys on could care less about this. Originally Posted by Georgia No, Martinsburg has not changed only in the aspect of adding hundreds of homes on what used to be beautiful orchards. Where I lived on King St. Yeah, the Mall area is still intact, however, the Berkeley Plaza is just a wasteland, and downtown reminds you more each day of something out of The Hills have Eyes movie. Big ticket items like laptops, school clothing, school supplies, software programs, and any other electronic learning items are not taxed. Georgia, my aunt and mother still run their business in the northside of town. When I was living there, we had so many hopes, but the mall is not the best. I just thought it was ridiculous, when I lived in Martinsburg, that I had to get in a car, drive to Hagerstown, Maryland or Winchester, Virginia because the night spots were better and more accepting of me. That is sad too. Does West Virginia or the city of Martinsburg realize that I was taking my money to another state? I was not a happy person when I lived there, but then again, I lived there for much of my childhood, attended Musselman just south of Martinsburg , and after graduating, living in Hagerstown and moving back, I decided I needed a change. My aunt's business has always been situated on the North end of town and at one time, for a couple years, she was in Downtown. It does not help fuel the economy.

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As with any Martinsburg post I post to attempt to say that this historical, once pride filled town, has the opportunity to be the jewel of the Mid Atlantic by history alone, however, the DC crowd along with the local good ole boys on could care less about this. It is just a shame that people do not realize how much cheaper it is to live there. My aunt's business has always been situated on the North end of town and at one time, for a couple years, she was in Downtown. We have a sales tax holiday for a full week. Martinsburg Mall is a bust, sadly. Big ticket items like laptops, school clothing, school supplies, software programs, and any other electronic learning items are not taxed. Cost of living is kept low and I think most people would be surprised how diverse it could be if they gave it a chance. It could be like Wheeling, Huntington, Parkersburg, or even Beckeley. The only problem is the diversity issues there. Georgia, my aunt and mother still run their business in the northside of town. The "Martinsburg Shift" is still alive and well. I just thought it was ridiculous, when I lived in Martinsburg, that I had to get in a car, drive to Hagerstown, Maryland or Winchester, Virginia because the night spots were better and more accepting of me. That is sad too.

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Maybe West Virginia has this, but during the Back to School rush, in August, sales taxes are suspended for one week. Don't feel like you are bashing, I just call it as I see it. Crime levels have remained the same. Martinsburg Mall is a bust, sadly. We have a sales tax holiday for a full week. My aunt's business has always been situated on the North end of town and at one time, for a couple years, she was in Downtown. It is just a shame that people do not realize how much cheaper it is to live there. Nothing but a hotel area for DC workers now. The "Martinsburg Shift" is still alive and well. The sales taxes are also cheaper. Georgia, my aunt and mother still run their business in the northside of town. When I was living there, we had so many hopes, but the mall is not the best. West Virginia needs to consider something that we do here in Florida. It does not help fuel the economy. You know, business on the North Side for 5 years, then moves, to the South side for 5 years, then back to the Central end. Big ticket items like laptops, school clothing, school supplies, software programs, and any other electronic learning items are not taxed. As far as commercial, it has went in the opposite direction. The only problem is the diversity issues there. Martinsburg was one of the few towns that changed hands between the North and the South during the American Civil War. As with any Martinsburg post I post to attempt to say that this historical, once pride filled town, has the opportunity to be the jewel of the Mid Atlantic by history alone, however, the DC crowd along with the local good ole boys on could care less about this. Those towns have come a far way with diversity and open mindedness and that is where Martinsburg is seriously lacking. Does West Virginia or the city of Martinsburg realize that I was taking my money to another state? It could be like Wheeling, Huntington, Parkersburg, or even Beckeley. I was not a happy person when I lived there, but then again, I lived there for much of my childhood, attended Musselman just south of Martinsburg , and after graduating, living in Hagerstown and moving back, I decided I needed a change. I just thought it was ridiculous, when I lived in Martinsburg, that I had to get in a car, drive to Hagerstown, Maryland or Winchester, Virginia because the night spots were better and more accepting of me. Cost of living is kept low and I think most people would be surprised how diverse it could be if they gave it a chance. Where I lived on King St. I like the historical aspects of Downtown. Originally Posted by Georgia No, Martinsburg has not changed only in the aspect of adding hundreds of homes on what used to be beautiful orchards. All the old buildings from the late 19th century and early 20th century is still intact.

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  1. Maybe West Virginia has this, but during the Back to School rush, in August, sales taxes are suspended for one week.

  2. We have a sales tax holiday for a full week. I was not a happy person when I lived there, but then again, I lived there for much of my childhood, attended Musselman just south of Martinsburg , and after graduating, living in Hagerstown and moving back, I decided I needed a change.

  3. Those towns have come a far way with diversity and open mindedness and that is where Martinsburg is seriously lacking.

  4. You know, business on the North Side for 5 years, then moves, to the South side for 5 years, then back to the Central end. Cost of living is kept low and I think most people would be surprised how diverse it could be if they gave it a chance.

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