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Charges filed in incident
One injured in shooting Sunday in city

A Martinsville man was charged with aggravated malicious wounding and other offenses in connection with a shooting early Sunday on Park Street in the city, police reported.

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Sharing stories
African fables and dances are brought to life for kids

By PAUL COLLINS - Bulletin Staff Writer

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Little hands and voices moved and sounded in relative unison Wednesday at the beck and call of Fred Motley as he told African tales and another story at Collinsville Primary School.

Motley — a professional storyteller, actor and director who lives in Danville — showed he knows how to work a room as he told three stories to more than 300 children seated on the floor of the school’s combination cafeteria, gymnasium and auditorium.

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‘Right to Try’ bill heads to Va. governor’s desk

A bill to help terminally ill patients in Virginia gain access to experimental treatments has been sent to Gov. Terry McAuliffe for his signature.

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Snow may set record in Boston

BOSTON (AP) — After cold and snow that set February records, southern New England entered March with another round that could push Boston over its 20-year-old snowfall record.

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Healthy Heart Expo at Memorial
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Theresa Shepherd (left) of Collinsville gets her blood pressure checked by Brenda Metz, a registered nurse on staff at Memorial Hospital in Martinsville, on Saturday. The hospital hosted a Healthy Heart Expo, offering blood pressure checks, heart attack risk assessments, and other services. (Bulletin photo by Tim Cox)

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New school to be topic at meeting

The Henry County School Board and Board of Supervisors are scheduled to discuss possible construction of a new elementary school in the Collinsville area when they meet for a joint work session this week.

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