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BREAKING NEWS: Death investigated as homicide

The Henry County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a man’s death early Sunday at a Ridgeway motel as a homicide, according to a news release.

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County sets budget hearing
Revenues, spending up; tax rates not to change
By BEN R. WILLIAMS - Bulletin Staff Writer

The Henry County Board of Supervisors on Monday will hold a public hearing on the county’s proposed budget for the 2015-2016 fiscal year.

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Sellout crowd gets taste of Beer Fest
50 ways to get your brew on

By LATALA HODGES - Special to the Bulletin

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Why have a beer fest in Martinsville?

“Why not?” said Jesse Cole, Martinsville Mustangs team president. “It’s a great social event, and we have this wonderful stadium where we can host people under the lights drinking good beer and enjoying great music. There’s nothing better than that.”

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Group gets Harvest grant
To help develop after-school program in Sandy Level

The Harvest Foundation has awarded a $10,000 grant to help a community group in Sandy Level develop an after-school program for children.

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Wreck kills minister, 60
By HOLLY KOZELSKY - Bulletin Staff Writer

Dr. John Chacha, 60, president of Teamwork International Ministries in Martinsville, died Thursday in a car accident in Tanzania, his widow, Regina Chacha, said Friday.

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Meeting marked by clash
Group discusses planned med school
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By PAUL COLLINS - Bulletin Staff Writer

The first in a series of ‘Pie-in-the-Sky’ community meetings — intended to show that the planned College of Henricopolis School of Medicine is not pie in the sky and to answer questions — drew about 35 people Friday night and got heated at times.

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