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Diners Urged to Turn Up Tips as West Virginia Water Ban Ends

It took four days, but the Roadrunner Grill in Nitro, West Virginia, resumed serving hot bologna sandwiches yesterday for the first time since being shut by a chemical spill that polluted the area’s water.

“We are just waiting on the people,” said the Roadrunner’s owner, Belinda Hawley, as she looked out over her dining room with just two customers. “I’m hoping to get busier. I’m open, and it’s better than not being open.”