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2 weeks ago

Recent Snowstorm Ranked 4th Worst

NOAA has ranked the recent snowstorm as the fourth most powerful to hit the northeast U.S.

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2 weeks ago

Police: Man Injured In Unprovoked Attack

Charlottesville Police say a man was injured in an unprovoked attack at a bus stop.

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2 weeks ago

Albemarle Kids Get Day Off March 1st

Albemarle school students will have a holiday on March 1st, the day of the Virginia Primary.

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2 weeks ago

Home Schooling Bills Advance

Legislation that's popular with home schooling parents has advanced in the General Assembly.

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2 weeks ago

New Threshold Amount For Larcenies

The State Senate has approved legislation that raises the threshold amount for a felony larceny conviction from $200 to $500.

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2 weeks ago

King Holiday Event Relocated

The annual community celebration of the Martin Luther King. Jr. holiday will have a new location this year.

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2 weeks ago

Emergency Snow Routes Have Ended

The emergency snow routes have ended in Charlottesville.

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2 weeks ago

Role Of Technology Grows In County

The Albemarle School Board has learned more about the growth of technology in county schools.

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2 weeks ago

Lawmakers Honor Ex-Speaker Tom Moss

State Senator Creigh Deeds and his colleagues paid tribute Thursday to the late Tom Moss, who was a past Speaker of the House.

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2 weeks ago

Former Youth Minister Sentenced

A former youth minister has been sentenced for a sex crime.

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2 weeks ago

VDOT: Watch For Black Ice In Mornings

Melting snow that froze overnight caused some problems on area roads, especially Route 53.

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2 weeks ago

Albemarle Announces Make Up Days

The Albemarle County schools have made some decisions about snow make up days.

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2 weeks ago

Original County Police Officer Dies

Earl Newton, who was one of Albemarle County's original police officers, has died at age 63.

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2 weeks ago

Bell Gets GOP Rival For 2017 Office

A Richmond area lawyer will challenge Delegate Rob Bell (R- Albemarle) for the Republican nomination for Attorney General in 2017.

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2 weeks ago

Growth Projections From Cooper Center

UVA's Weldon Cooper Center is projecting moderate population growth for our Commonwealth.

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2 weeks ago

Defense Motion In Quick Case Denied

A federal judge has rejected a claim from two defendants in the Kevin Quick murder case.

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Endangered Missing Child Alert

Nicole Madison Lovell of Blacksburg is believed to be in danger.

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2 weeks ago

UVA Students Explore Preston Ave.

Hundreds of UVA architecture students are creating a buzz about Preston Avenue.

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2 weeks ago

Market Street Building Will Stay

Owners of the West Market Street building that had a collapsed roof plan to remove part of the structure.

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2 weeks ago

CAT Detour Update

Charlottesville Area Transit has updated the latest detours for CAT bus routes.

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