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Jefferson School Celebrates Milestone

Several generations of area residents help the Jefferson School celebrate its 150th Anniversary.

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Emergency Official Wins State Award

Regional Emergency Management Coordinator Kirby Felts has won a statewide award.

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Meals Tax Rollback If Revenue Falls Short

City councilors are absorbing last-minute ideas for Charlottesville's next budget.

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Frat Not Pursuing Honor Violation

A Madison Lane fraternity won't pursue honor violation against central figure in Rolling Stone controversy.

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Lawmakers Doubt UVA Will Sue Magazine

Two local members of the General Assembly doubt UVA will sue Rolling Stone.

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Group Has Recommendations For UVA

The National Center for Higher Education Risk Management has suggestions for UVA.

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Local Unemployment Up In February

The local unemployment rate is still the second lowest in the state.

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Two AHS Teachers Honored

Wes Bellamy and Wendell Green honored by 100 Black Men of Central Virginia.

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Heritage Theatre Director Festival Retiring

Bob Chapel will spend his last summer directing UVA's Heritage Theatre Festival.

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UVA Baseball Trounces JMU 14-1

The UVA baseball program snapped a four game losing streak Wednesday, and trounced JMU 14-1.

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Phi Kappa Psi Blasts Rolling Stone Apology

The Phi Kappa Psi National Fraternity says the magazine's apology doesn't address the damage inflicted by its story.

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Huguely Appealing In Federal Court System

George Huguely is now trying the federal court system in an effort to get his murder conviction overturned.

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State Parks Hiring For Summer

The Virginia State Park system is hiring about 1000 for the summer season.

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Phi Kappa Psi “Pursuing Legal Action”

Phi Kappa Psi views the Rolling Stone article as reckless and defamatory.

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City Council Grants Kroger Request

The Kroger Corporation is a step closer to creating a new grocery store at Seminole Square.

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Higher Meals Tax Critics Make Another Plea

Opponents of a proposed meals tax increase ask City Councilors to abandon the idea.

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Marine Corps Vets To Gather In Greene

Many area Marine Corps veterans will gather in Ruckersville on Saturday.

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Rolling Stone Retracts Article About UVA

Rolling Stone has formally retracted its story about an alleged gang-rape at a UVA fraternity.

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Report On UVA Alcohol-Related Arrests

There are new figures involving arrests of young people with alcohol.

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UVA Student Reports Sexual Assault

UVA Police investigate a student's report of off-Grounds sexual assault.

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