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Pipeline (clipart)

4 weeks ago

Forest Service Rejects Pipeline Route

The National Forest Service has rejected the proposed route of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline through federal land.

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4 weeks ago

Fire Damages House On Cleveland Avenue

The kitchen in a house on Cleveland Avenue was damaged by fire Wednesday.

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4 weeks ago

Cocaine, Guns Seized In JADE Raid

A man was arrested Wednesday after narcotics agents raided his apartment off East Rio Road.

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4 weeks ago

Early Voting Measure Rejected

A House of Delegates subcommittee has killed an early-voting measure.

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4 weeks ago

Signer To Hold Open Office Hours

Mayor Mike Signer will hold monthly open office hours beginning in February.

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4 weeks ago

Council Approves Landmark Resolution

The City Councilors voted 5-0 Tuesday night for a resolution that deals with the unfinished Landmark Hotel.

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4 weeks ago

Moran Unveils Funding Request

Albemarle School Superintendent Pam Moran has proposed a $174 million funding request, including an average raise of 2% for county teachers.

Basketball (clipart)

4 weeks ago

UVA Men Bounce Back To Beat Clemson

UVA improves to 9-0 at home and 3-3 in the ACC with a gritty win over Clemson.

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4 weeks ago

PVCC To Hold Lockdown Drills

PVCC will hold two lockdown drills this Thursday.

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4 weeks ago

State Income Tax Filings Now Accepted

You can start paying your state income tax along with the federal income tax.

2016 MLK Day

4 weeks ago

MLK Celebrated

WINA's Jay James was the keynote speaker at "Continuing His Dream and Works."

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4 weeks ago

Ashes Cause County Fire

The home suffered $40.000 in damages

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4 weeks ago

Adultery Remains A Crime

A bill to make it a civil versus criminal offense dies in committee.

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4 weeks ago

Toscano Honors Religious Freedom Statute

Delegate Davis Toscano (D-Charlottesville) has authored a resolution that salutes Virginia's Statute on Religious Freedom.

Fire (clipart)

4 weeks ago

Fire Victims Identified

The cause of the Chesterfield County fire remains under investigation.

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4 weeks ago

Court Clerk Warns About Scammers

Charlottesville's Clerk of Circuit Court says scammers are trying to bamboozle city residents regarding jury duty.

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4 weeks ago

Police Investigate Downtown Robbery

Charlottesville Police are investigating a Sunday morning robbery just east of City Hall.

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4 weeks ago

UVA Men Lose To FSU On Road

With more than half of January gone, the University of Virginia men's basketball team is still searching for its first ACC road victory.

ACC Basketball

4 weeks ago

UVA Women Defeat Georgia Tech

The UVA women's basketball team improved to 3-2 in the ACC following a Sunday win over the Lady Yellowjackets of Georgia Tech.

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4 weeks ago

UVA Bans Hoverboards From Grounds

The University of Virginia does not want its students bringing hoverboards to the Grounds.

Latest Stories

5 hours ago in Local, Local Sports, UVA Sports

UVA Men Lose Heart Breaker 63-62

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The UVA men's basketball team suffers a gut-wrenching loss to Duke for the second year in a row.

8 hours ago in Albemarle County, Charlottesville City, Local, Local Sports, Sports, Surrounding Counties, UVA, UVA Sports

UVA Lacrosse Loses Home Opener 11-4

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The UVA men's lacrosse team lost to the visiting Loyola Greyhounds 11-4 in the season-opener for both squads.

1 day ago in Sports

The week’s best sports shots

Denver Broncos’ Peyton Manning holds up the trophy after the NFL Super Bowl 50 football game Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016, in Santa Clara, Calif. The Broncos won 24-10. (AP Photo/Matt York)

A look back at some of the best plays and biggest moments in sports this week.