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Smart29 To File Lawsuit Against Interchange

An anti-interchange group plans to file a lawsuit concerning the proposed work at Rio Road and 29 North.

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Wintergreen Sold To Missouri Real Estate Firm

The owner of Wintergreen is selling the resort to a real estate investment firm based in Missouri.

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Strong Winds Bring Down Gas Station Canopy

A canopy at a gas station in Greene County was brought down Thursday night by high winds.

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Recent Special Election Cost $58,000

Last month's three-way special election cost nearly $58,000.

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Raising Awareness For Two Missing Women

An event will be held this Sunday to raise awareness of the cases of two missing women.

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Dominion Pipeline Benefits Debated

The benefits of a proposed natural gas pipeline are touted by Dominion Virginia Power and dismissed by an opposing group.

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McCusker Wins Quadruplicity Award

The Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce has presented its annual Quadruplicity Award.

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Local $10,000 Winning Ticket In Powerball Game

A Powerball ticket worth $10,000 was sold at Kangaroo Express on East Rio Road.

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Proposed Rio-29 Study Dies For Lack Of Second

A proposed small area study near the Rio-29 intersection went nowhere at Wednesday night's supervisors meeting.

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YMCA Supporters Want To Stay The Course

YMCA supporters have urged the Albemarle supervisors to stay the course on their project.

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GOP Urges Senate To Pass Education Bills

House Republicans want the State Senate to give prompt consideration to bills dealing with higher edcation.

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Missing Convict Found

Mark T. Zawhorodny, who was found not guilty by reason of insanity, was found near Crozet after walking away from an assisted-living facility.

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North Anna Siren Test February 18th

The network of sirens surrounding the North Anna nuclear power plant gets tested February 18th.

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Statewide Burning Ban Before 4 P.M. Begins Sunday

Virginia's annual prohibition on burning debris before 4 p.m. will begin Sunday.

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Another Try At Federal Recognition For Tribes

Virginians are making another attempt to win federal recognition of the Commonwealth's Indian tribes.

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UVA Student Dancing Wins Many Fans

UVA first-year student creates internet buzz with her dance-off moves.

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Charlottesville Appoints New Registrar

Rosanna Bencoach replaces Sheri Iachetta, who resigned after fifteen years thanks to criminal charges for misuse of a city cell phone.

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General Assembly OKs Marijuana Oils To Treat Epilepsy

Passage marks the state’s first-ever effective medical marijuana measure.

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Stricter Ethics Laws Approved

Lawmakers would be guided by stricter ethics laws under a measure approved by the General Assembly.

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Bill To Continue Lethal Injection Advances

The State Senate has approved a measure that maintains lethal injection as a form of capital punishment.

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