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Indictments issued

More than 25 people were among those named in 36 indictments handed down Monday by grand jurors in Martinsville, according to records at the city Circuit Court Clerk’s Office.

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Health Connect office aims to provide information, aid

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Health Connect has opened an office in uptown Martinsville to serve people who need help with health care.

The storefront office, located directly across from the city municipal building at 56 W. Church St., does not offer medical care. Rather, it connects people who have needs related to their health care with agencies and information so they may be better-informed and make better decisions about their health.

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Firms to recruit for 1,600 jobs at fair
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By HOLLY KOZELSKY - Bulletin Staff Writer

An event being billed as the area’s largest job fair in a decade will be held Wednesday at the National Guard Armory in Martinsville.

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Work continues on former hotel
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By MICKEY POWELL - Bulletin Staff Writer

The company that is renovating the former Henry Hotel expects to begin leasing apartments in the building during the next couple of months.

Waukeshaw Development Inc. is spending about $3.2 million to turn the four-story building at the intersection of East Church and Broad streets in uptown Martinsville into 25 modern apartments and four commercial units.

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Abortion clinic rule revisited

RICHMOND — New, strict building standards should not be applied retroactively to existing abortion clinics, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring said Monday in an opinion contradicting advice given by his Republican predecessor.

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