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- Countywide LSIC meetings postponed to allow for school-based planning
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- City Council holds brief meeting Tuesday
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- Union reps accuse Cabell Huntington Hospital of 'union busting'
- Wayne BOE votes to initiate closure process for Genoa, Dunlow elementary schools
- Photo of hatchet-wielding shoplifter released
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