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Group says James is halfway healthy, but development a threat (access required)

ROANOKE—The James River is halfway to the goal of becoming a healthy river, according to a report released last Monday, but development pressures could threaten its future by increasing pollution from runoff. The nonprofit James River Association's report assessed water quality, wildlife and habitat and gave Virginia's longest river a grade of "C," with an average ...

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