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Survey ranks localities by health
City, county near bottom in Virginia
By FROM AP AND BULLETIN REPORTS -

Arlington County is the healthiest county in Virginia while Tazewell County is at the bottom of the list, according to an annual report on the health of the nation’s counties and municipalities.

The report ranked Martinsville and Henry County, as well as some other localities in the region, near the bottom of the barrel in Virginia. Franklin County and Pittsylvania County fared significantly higher.

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Details shared about proposed academies

By PAUL COLLINS - Bulletin Staff Writer

A program that will move fifth-graders to a school-within-a-school at Martinsville Middle and another that would provide a site for certain high school students who are trying to catch up are part of the city schools’ effort to help all students graduate college-and-career ready.

That is according to the school board’s proposed budget for 2015-16 and school division officials.

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PHCC donates city man’s papers to his alma mater
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By LATALA HODGES -

Thomas Henry Carter isn’t a name mentioned with the likes of Ezra Pound, Ray Bradbury or T.S. Eliot, and many people don’t know how this Martinsville native managed to correspond and interact with these famous literary figures.

To explore these and other unanswered questions, and to unearth the short but vibrant life of this young literary giant, Carter’s special collection at Patrick Henry Community College will move to his alma mater, Washington and Lee University in Lexington, where he graduated in 1954.

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Chancellor seeks business input
DuBois meets with local leaders at PHCC
By MICKEY POWELL - Bulletin Staff Writer

A state official on Wednesday sought local assistance in figuring out how community colleges can best help businesses meet their workforce needs.

Virginia Community College System (VCCS) Chancellor Glenn DuBois met with roughly 50 local business people, educators and government officials while visiting Patrick Henry Community College (PHCC).

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Turnout strong for tax program
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By BEN R. WILLIAMS - Bulletin Staff Writer

The local United Way Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program is on track to serve even more people than last year, according to volunteer and program coordinator Julia Hollandsworth.

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Poindexter seeking re-election

Del. Charles D. Poindexter, R-Glade Hill, will seek re-election in November to the 9th District House of Delegates seat in the Virginia General Assembly, he announced Wednesday.

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