The City of Charlottesville says the final Holiday Market will be held as scheduled this coming Saturday, December 21st. That’s despite the fire that destroyed the building holding the market’s staff offices. The structure was gutted by fire early Sunday, and what was left has been torn down. The city says the parking lot used by vendors is safe for everybody. You can get more information by calling 970-3371or going to www.charlottesville.org/parksandrec
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Lawmakers are returning to Capitol Hill for a two- to three-week sprint to wrap up work on the budget, highway funding and taxes.