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Marsh, Howell Appointed To State Boards

Two recently retired members of the General Assembly have new six-figure state jobs

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Judge Allows McDonnell Attorneys To Subpoena Williams’ Lawyer

Federal Judge Says McDonnell Lawyers Can Subpoena Jonnie Williams' lawyer.

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Charlottesville Man Arrested for Masturbating in Public

50-year-old Daniel Lee Bishop has been arrested following incidents last month in Albemarle County.

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Fork Union Has Summer Cooling Station

Fork Union is among the places with a summer cooling station.

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Keswick Woman Accused Of Embezzling From Construction Company

Charlottesville Police have arrested an Albemarle County woman on a charge of embezzling from a construction company over several years.

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Albemarle Supervisors Renew Debate Over Courtroom Space

The Albemarle Supervisors have renewed their debate over a shortage of courtroom space.

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Cameras To Catch Drivers Going Past Stopped School Buses

Some Albemarle school buses will be equipped with cameras to catch drivers going past a stopped school bus.

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Barrett Center To Benefit From Charlottesville Ten Miler

The Barrett Early Learning Center will benefit from the latest Charlottesville Ten Miler race.

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Louisa Man Gets 13 Years For Shooting Former Roommate

A Louisa man who was caught up in a love triangle gets 13-year prison sentence.

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McDonnell And Feds Disagree About Character Witness Lists

Governor McDonnell and federal prosecutors don't agree about how many character witnesses are proper for his trial.

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VDOT Completes Greene County Road Project

VDOT says Greene County drivers can use Route 609, also known as Fredericksburg Road.

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Pennsylvania Man Dies In Crash On Route 29 In Culpeper County

A Pennsylvanian has become the latest highway casualty on 29 North.

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Civil Rights Suit That Stemmed From Hash Case Gets Dismissed

The civil rights lawsuit that began following the Michael Wayne Hash has been dismissed.

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Crozet Harris Teeter Fire Caused By Employee Playing With Sparklers

Albemarle investigators say the cause of the fire at the Crozet Harris Teeter was an employee playing with sparklers.

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Randy Taylor Pleads Guilty to Grand Larceny

The convicted murderer got caught by talking about the stolen items during jailhouse phone calls

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Big Jump In Local, State Jobless Rates

There was a big increase in the unemployment rate from April to May.

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Push For Local Solar Power Underway

An effort called "Solarize Charlottesville" is underway.

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Homicide Suspect Gray Surrenders

Homicide suspect Avery Fernando Gray, Jr., has surrendered to a magistrate.

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Grand Jury Indicts Henrico Delegate Morrissey

A Richmond area grand jury has indicted Delegate Joe Morrissey (D- Henrico County).

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JMRL Libraries Have New Rules On Phones, Food

A new era has started for our region's public libraries.

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