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Military Honors AHS Counselor

A counselor at Albemarle High School has been honored for supporting students who want to enter the military.

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3 weeks ago

New Big Brothers Big Sisters Leader

The local chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters has a new executive director.

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City To Create Panel On Memorials

City Councilors have unanimously voted to establish a Blue Ribbon Commission on Race, Memorials and Public Spaces.

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Election Day In Scottsville

It's election day for the 369 voters in Scottsville.

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Republicans Suing Over Felon Rights

Republican lawmakers say they plan to file a lawsuit concerning Governor McAuliffe's action on restoring felon rights.

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3 weeks ago

Smoke Prompts Crescent Halls Evacuation

Smoke from a trash chute prompted a brief evacuation of a high-rise public housing complex off Monticello Avenue.

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Interim Leader For RWSA/RSWA

The Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority has a new interim leader.

UVA Police Facebook Page

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UVA Police Create Facebook Page

UVA Police have set up a Facebook page.

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Libraries Giving Away Free Comic Books

Free comic books will be given away May 7th at the branches of the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library.

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Sheriff’s Reserve Has New Members

There are 16 new faces in the Albemarle County Sheriff's Reserve.

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3 weeks ago

Reaction To UVA’s New QB Transfer

A former quarterback for the East Carolina Pirates says he's transferring to the University of Virginia.

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3 weeks ago

Dittmar Wins Lawyer Group Award

Jane Dittmar is the winner of an award from the Charlottesville-Albemarle Bar Association.

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4 weeks ago

Pedestrian Struck On McIntire Road

A male pedestrian was struck by a vehicle Sunday morning, and he's in critical condition at the UVA Medical Center.

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4 weeks ago

Police Tally Foxfield Arrest Totals

Albemarle Police have preliminary totals from the arrests during the spring running of the Foxfield races.

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4 weeks ago

Expired Meds Collected

Area residents dropped off expired and unwanted medications during Drug Take Back event.

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4 weeks ago

Police Investigate Robbery Behind Corner

City Police are investigating a Saturday morning robbery in a parking lot behind the UVA Corner business district.

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4 weeks ago

UVA Sweeps Series With Pitt

The UVA baseball team swept its weekend series with ACC rival Pittsburgh, and has its first series sweep of 2016.

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Cuccinelli Won’t Run In 2017

Former State Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has told fellow Republicans he will not run for governor in 2017.

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4 weeks ago

Cruz Prevails In GOP Delegate Count

Ted Cruz won most of the Republican at-large delegates that were chosen at the Virginia GOP Convention at James Madison University.

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4 weeks ago

UVA Men’s Lacrosse Ends Season

The UVA men's lacrosse program ended its 2016 season with a 7-8 record after a 19-11 loss to Brown University in Kennesaw, Georgia.

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