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State Police: Be Prepared for Storm Conditions

Storm prep includes preparing your vehicle if you have to drive.

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AAA-Virginia Has Advice For Drivers

AAA-Virginia urges drivers to allow extra time if they must follow other vehicles.

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UVA Women Fall Short Against Florida State 65-56

Despite a strong shooting day from Mikayla Venson, the UVA women lost to Florida State 65-56.

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Bellamy Kicks Off Second Campaign For Council Seat

Wes Bellamy has formally kicked off his second campaign for a City Council seat.

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Poll Shows Majority Disapproves Of Obama’s Performance

A new statewide survey shows most Virginians disapprove of President Obama's performance.

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#2 UVA Survives Wake Forest 61-60

Virginia defeats Wake Forest behind another strong defensive effort.

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New Trial On Fairfax Charges For Jesse Matthew

Albemarle resident Jesse Matthew will now have a June 8th trial on charges from Fairfax County.

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Bencoach Gets Sworn In As City Registrar

Rosanna Bencoach has taken her oath as the Charlottesville General Registrar.

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Nelson County Gets Grant To Increase Broadband Availability

The network will be made available to more than 80 businesses.

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Smart29 To File Lawsuit Against Interchange

An anti-interchange group plans to file a lawsuit concerning the proposed work at Rio Road and 29 North.

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Best Buy Ramp Timetable Accelerated

Work will begin sooner than expected on the Best Buy ramp project.

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McCusker Wins Quadruplicity Award

The Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce has presented its annual Quadruplicity Award.

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MJH, Region Ten Open Peterson Health Center

Martha Jefferson Hospital and Region Ten have opened a medical center on Preston Avenue.

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Proposed Rio-29 Study Dies For Lack Of Second

A proposed small area study near the Rio-29 intersection went nowhere at Wednesday night's supervisors meeting.

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Smaller Pay Raise Proposed For City Teachers

The Charlottesville School Board is now expecting a smaller increase in employee salaries.

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YMCA Supporters Want To Stay The Course

YMCA supporters have urged the Albemarle supervisors to stay the course on their project.

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Signer Begins City Council Campaign

Attorney Mike Signer becomes a City Council candidate.

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New Director At Madison House

Madison House has chosen Tim Freilich to be its new executive director.

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Missing Convict Found

Mark T. Zawhorodny, who was found not guilty by reason of insanity, was found near Crozet after walking away from an assisted-living facility.

Virginia Department of Forestry

Statewide Burning Ban Before 4 P.M. Begins Sunday

Virginia's annual prohibition on burning debris before 4 p.m. will begin Sunday.

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