Automobile-sparked neighborhoods may get historic status

By Cecelia Mason
Martinsburg has about two dozen buildings and neighborhoods listed on the National Register of Historic Places. If the Berkeley County Historical Society is successful, two more neighborhoods will be added by the end of this year. One of those neighborhoods will be among the first in West Virginia to be registered based on the growth in popularity of the automobile.

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