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eBay to add 191 jobs
As it expands Henry County operations
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By TIM COX - Bulletin Staff Writer

eBay Enterprise will expand its operations in Henry County, adding 191 full-time jobs with an annual payroll of more than $4 million and investing $5.8 million in capital improvements, officials announced Thursday.

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Council orders cuts
City manager asked to pare spending plan

By MICKEY POWELL - Bulletin Staff Writer

Martinsville City Council on Thursday ordered City Manager Leon Towarnicki to come up with $300,000 in cuts to the budget proposal for the new fiscal year that will start July 1.

Towarnicki is to present the list of cuts during the council’s regular meeting Tuesday night, during which a public hearing on the spending plan is slated.

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City schools name Fulcher division Teacher of the Year
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By SAM JACKSON - Bulletin Staff Writer

Martinsville City Public Schools named Elizabeth Fulcher, a second-grade teacher at Patrick Henry Elementary School, as city Teacher of the Year on Thursday night.

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School board trims next year’s budget
By PAUL COLLINS - Bulletin Staff Writer

The Henry County School Board on Thursday approved a fiscal 2016 school budget to reflect an increase of $300,000 in county funding — less than half the $660,072 increase in county funding the school board had requested earlier.

The $300,000 is the amount of the increase in county funding for the school system that County Administrator Tim Hall included in his proposed county budget.

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C-PEG taking MURA under its umbrella
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The Martinsville Uptown Revitalization Association (MURA) and the Chamber’s Partnership for Economic Growth (C-PEG) are joining forces with a goal to “grow and enhance” the uptown central business district, the two organizations jointly announced Thursday.

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