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Coal ash deal criticized
Falls far short, critics contend
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RICHMOND — Environmental and water protection groups call Virginia’s proposed $2.5 million settlement with Duke Energy over a 2014 coal ash spill “grossly inadequate.”

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City students show off projects during exhibition

By PAUL COLLINS - Bulletin Staff Writer

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Learning came alive Wednesday night at Martinsville City Public Schools’ Spring Student Exhibition of Learning at Albert Harris and Patrick Henry elementary schools, Martinsville Middle School and Martinsville High School.

There were many displays and demonstrations of student projects.

At Albert Harris Elementary, fourth-graders Alana Brown and Demitri Blackwell were operating a balloon-powered “car” they built out of recycled materials, including plastic container lids, straws, skewers, a plastic tray and a balloon.

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Sponsors keep Celebration free
Annual event set July 3 at Martinsville Speedway
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More than local 50 businesses will sponsor Celebration 2015, which will ensure that the annual Independence Day celebration remains a free event, Martinsville Speedway announced Wednesday.

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Museum may gain artifacts
Sweet Briar collection may go to VMNH
By MICKEY POWELL - Bulletin Staff Writer

Some of Sweet Briar College’s archaeological treasures likely will find a new home in Martinsville after the private women’s school near Lynchburg closes.

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