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Italian restaurant to open on Queen Street

What I like about this is it will have a "Godfather" theme to the restaurant. Very unique that will replace the Red Wolf Grill at 131 S. Queen St. (former bank building?). It will be titled the Corleone.

Article information: "Italian restaurant to open on Queen Street, By CARA SPAZIANI / Journal Staff Writer, The Journal [Martinsburg], 3/6/2007"

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Italian restaurant to open on Queen Street

What I like about this is it will have a "Godfather" theme to the restaurant. Very unique that will replace the Red Wolf Grill at 131 S. Queen St. (former bank building?). It will be titled the Corleone.

Article information: "Italian restaurant to open on Queen Street, By CARA SPAZIANI / Journal Staff Writer, The Journal [Martinsburg], 3/6/2007"

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Martinsburg revitalization club formed

The article compares Martinsburg's hope for its downtown with Indianapolis which gained a baseball stadium, zoo and mall since the 1970s.

Article information: "Martinsburg revitalization club formed, By CARA SPAZIANI / Journal Staff Writer, 3/23/2007"

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Zoning board approves requests for apartments

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1. Two apartments above the Newberry Executive Office Suits at 140 N. Queen Street will be renovated.

1a. One is a two-bedroom, 1,000 sq. ft. that was last occupied 20 years ago.

1b. The other is a three-bedroom, 1,500 sq. ft. apartment that has an enclosed sun porch that hasn't been lived in for 40 years.

2. Owner received permission for a special exception for residential and commercial use last Tuesday from the Martinsburg Board of Zoning Appeals.

3. The apartments were on the "fancy" side. They featured an art deco design, as hinted by the wallpaper from the 1920s that was discovered.

4. The apartments will be ready in two to three months and will feature cherry cabinets, granite countertops, upscale lighting fixtures, hardwood floors, and washer and dryers. There will also be new electric and plumbing throughout.

Article information: "Zoning board approves requests for apartments, By CARA SPAZIANI, Journal [Martinsburg], April 4, 2007"

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