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BREAKING NEWS: Governor announces $600,000 for Henry Hotel project
By BULLETIN STAFF REPORTS -
Martinsville will receive a $600,000 state grant that will enable a planned redevelopment of the former Henry Hotel uptown to move forward.
BREAKING NEWS: Solid Stone Fabrics to expand in Martinsville
Company to add 16 jobs over three years
Solid Stone Fabrics in Martinsville plans to expand, adding 16 jobs and investing $1.0 million in equipment over the next three years, according to a news release.
Founded in 2003, the company develops, sources and stocks specialty fabrics for various markets. It produces flags, banners, swimwear, dance wear and active apparel.
Remains found in Henry ID'd as Bassett man
By BULLETIN STAFF REPORTS -
Remains found Thursday in Henry have been identified as those of Ricky Eugene Dodson of Bassett, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office said Monday.
Dodson was 53 when he last was seen in early October, around the same time that his friend, Vicky Harbour Purdy, 53, also of Bassett, last was seen.
Holiday concert warms crowd on chilly evening
Roanoke Symphony Orchestra and Chorus performs at MHS
By LATALA PAYNE - Special to the Bulletin
Martinsville High School’s auditorium was filled with the sounds of the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra and Chorus during its annual Holiday Pops performance Sunday, sponsored by Piedmont Arts.
Although organizers said winter weather led to a smaller-than-usual crowd, those in attendance clearly enjoyed the performance.
City school board hears plans for recruitment of minority employees
Retention also addressed
By PAUL COLLINS - Bulletin Staff Writer
The Martinsville City School Board on Monday heard a report on the division’s work plan to recruit and retain more minority employees.
The objective is “to recruit and retain a highly qualified professional workforce that more closely reflects the racial and ethnic makeup of (the school division’s) student body,” according to the plan.
Construction continues on the Kroger Fuel Center planned at Liberty Fair Mall in Martinsville. Above, work was underway late last week on the center, which will offer gasoline and some convenience items, such as snacks and tobacco products. The company has said it would invest $4 million in the fuel center and renovations at the store. (Bulletin photo by Mike Wray)
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Power restored in area
Appalachian Power warns more problems could occur if today's weather turns bad
By MICKEY POWELL - Bulletin Staff Writer
Many people in Henry and Patrick counties lost electricity due to icy weather Sunday and Monday, but all outages were restored by Monday night.
However, Appalachian Power warned that further outages could occur if rain and snow in today’s forecast become problematic.