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Boyd Challenges Dittmar’s Latest Message To VDOT

Retiring Albemarle Supervisor Ken Boyd challenges a message Chairwoman Jane Dittmar sent to VDOT.

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Panel Rejects Adoptions By Unmarried Gay Partners

A State Senate panel has rejected a bill allowing adoption by the partners of unmarried gay parents.

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Shucet Applauds Bids For 29 Improvement Projects

Philip Shucet has praised the bids VDOT received for the 29 North improvement projects.

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Fire Destroys 19th-Century Albemarle Home

A fire guts a 19th-century house in the northeast corner of Albemarle County.

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Bill Dealing With Athletic Fees Clears House

A bill that deals with student athletic fees has cleared the House of Delegates.

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Judge Hands Claire Ogilvie Four Year Prison Term

A judge has sentenced Claire Ogilvie to four years in prison for a 2014 incident at the home of a local lawmaker.

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Albemarle Supervisors Oppose Bell Budget Amendment

Members say they never saw Delegate Rob Bell’s bill, which might kill the Rio Road/29 North interchange.

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No Link Between Jesse Matthew, Alexis Murphy

DNA test results are back, and DNA from the suspect in the Hannah Graham case could not be found in Alexis Murphy’s car.

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State Police Identify Rt. 29 Hit-and-Run Victim

A fundraiser is underway to help with funeral expenses for Damien Shifflett of Stanardsville.

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UVA Students Part Of National Sexual Assault Survey

UVA students will be part of a nationwide survey on sexual assault on college campuses.

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Nelson Landowners Want Pipeline Survey Lawsuits Dismissed

Nelson County property owners who have prevented surveying for a pipeline have taken legal action.

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Bob McDonnell Loses Law License

Citing his felony convictions of public corruption, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board has stripped Bob McDonnell of his license to practice law.

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Koleszar Runs Again For Albemarle School Board

Steve Koleszar is seeking a sixth term on the Albemarle School Board.

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Bell Wants More Review Of 29 North Projects

Albemarle Delegate Rob Bell authored a budget amendment that could affect Route 29 corridor projects.

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Lights Approved For Little League Field

Some of Albemarle County's younger athletes are a step closer to playing night baseball.

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Governor McAuliffe Released From Hospital

A two-hour surgical procedure drained 1.5 liters of blood from a punctured lung.

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Charlottesville Fire Department Ranked One Of Best In Nation

Only 59 other fire department in the country have a Class 1 rating from the Insurance Services Office.

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Drone Operator Settles With Feds

A man who battled the FAA after a drone flew around UVA has settled with the feds.

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New Town Manager In Culpeper

The town of Culpeper has a new manager.

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Granny Scam Hits Fluvanna Couple

The Fluvanna County Sheriff's Office warns consumers about a "Granny scam."

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