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Investigation of blaze at former American building is ongoing; cause unknown
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By BEN R. WILLIAMS - Bulletin Staff Writer

The investigation into a fire that destroyed the former American of Martinsville plant in March is continuing, but the cause has not yet been determined, according to Martinsville Fire Marshal Ted Anderson.

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Rate hikes killed
Council kills water, sewer rate increase

By MICKEY POWELL - Bulletin Staff Writer

Higher water/sewer rates are not ahead for Martinsville utility customers.

In a unanimous vote during a budget work session, Martinsville City Council on Wednesday removed increases in those rates from the proposed budget for fiscal 2015, which will start July 1.

The council also voted unanimously to implement a measure that will keep businesses with gross receipts of $100,000 or less in a year from paying Business, Professional and Occupational License (BPOL) taxes.

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Pollen wreaks sneezy, wheezy havoc
By PAUL COLLINS - Bulletin Staff Writer

This year’s spring allergy season could be among the worst in an “allergy corridor” that includes Martinsville-Henry County, said a local ear, nose and throat doctor who is seeing patients affected by allergies.

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Lawmakers sustain McAuliffe vetoes
Religious expression, red-light ticket legislation struck in session
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RICHMOND (AP) — Gov. Terry McAuliffe has successfully vetoed two religious expression bills and legislation that would have granted people who receive red-light tickets the right to contest citations in circuit court.

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