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2 weeks ago

Supervisors Continue To Debate Projects

The Albemarle Supervisors continue to debate possible projects for a Novembet bond referendum.

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2 weeks ago

Area Lawmakers Address Senior Statesmen

Three area lawmakers have updated the Senior Statesmen of Virginia regarding the General Assembly.

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2 weeks ago

Radford To Raise Tuition

Radford University is planning a modest increase in tuition for the 2016-'17.

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3 weeks ago

Advice For First-Time Voters

The only local member of the State Board of Elections wants up-to-date voter rolls as we approach the November 8th presidential contest.

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3 weeks ago

City School Board Adds Student Voices

The Charlottesville School Board will get some student representation at the start of the fall semester.

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3 weeks ago

AFL-CIO Urges No Vote On Ballot Item

The President of the Virginia AFL-CIO wants voters to reject a proposed constitutional amendment that's part of the November 8th ballot.

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3 weeks ago

Former House Of Delegates Member Dies

Johnny Joannou, a former member of the House of Delegates from Portsmouth, has passed away.

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3 weeks ago

PVCC Could Get New Building In 2020

PVCC President Frank Friedman says his school could get a new building by 2020.

Scottsville

3 weeks ago

Recognition For Scottsville Voters

Albemarle Supervisor Richard Randolph has recognized the voters of Scottsville following this week's elections.

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3 weeks ago

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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4 weeks ago

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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VMI Plans To Boost Tuition

VMI students will start paying higher tuition next August.

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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

School Board Wants Bond Referendum

The Albemarle School Board is urging the County Supervisors to hold a November 8th bond referendum.

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4 weeks ago

Lawmakers Tour Ultrasound Center

A bipartisan group from the General Assembly had a Thursday tour of the University of Virginia's Focused Ultrasound Center.

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4 weeks ago

Feds Honor City Schools

The Chalottesville schools have won another honor from the U.S. Department of Education.

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4 weeks ago

Supreme Court Hears McDonnell Appeal

The eight U.S. Supreme Court justices heard an appeal Wednesday from former Governor Bob McDonnell.

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