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Santiago Family Calls Off Weekend Vigil

The family of Bonnie Santiago called off a vigil it had planned for Saturday in Albemarle County.

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State Agency Tells Salahi He Won’t Be On Fall Ballot

A man who gained a reputation for crashing a White House party won't be on Virginia ballots this November.

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Kaine Favors Overturning Hobby Lobby Decision

Senator Tim Kaine (D- Richmond) believes Congress should try to overturn the Hobby Lobby decision.

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Morrissey Pleads Not Guilty; Will Stand Trial In December

Veteran Delegate Joe Morrissey (D- Henrico County) will stand trial on felony charges on December 15th.

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UVA Class Of 2018 Gets Summer Orientation

Many members of the Class of 2018 have had a preview of their late August move into a UVA dorm.

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Area Lawmakers React To Crash Of Flight Over Ukraine

Virginia's U.S. Senate and House members are reacting to the crash of a passenger flight in Ukraine.

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Area Residents Remember Victims Of Violence In Gaza

Area residents paused Friday evening to remember victims of violence in Gaza.

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City Man Arrested For Recent Stabbing

A 43-year-old man has been charged with malicious wounding following a recent stabbing incident.

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Another Increase In Statewide Jobless Rate

The Virginia unemployment rate went up .2% in June.

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Harrington Civil Suit Allowed To Move Forward

A judge has ruled that the Harringtons' lawsuit filed against a security company can proceed in Charlottesville Circuit Court.

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Supervisor Wants One Office To Draw Up Budgets

An Albemarle supervisor suggests a new way to create yearly budgets.

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Home Sales Show Second Quarter Surge

Our area's professional realtors like the recent trends in home sales and prices.

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Onetime Dean Gets Prison Sentence

A onetime dean at UVA's McIntire School of Commerce will go to prison.

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Police Respond To Sunday Night Disorder In Scottsville

Many law enforcement agencies responded to a large Sunday night disorder in Scottsville.

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Wife Of Senate Hopeful Ed Gillespie Campaigns In Albemarle

The wife of the Republican U.S. Senate nominee joined area GOP activists during a Sunday campaign event in Albemarle.

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Albemarle Uses Summer Vacation Time to Renovate Schools

Albemarle County is using the summer months to renovate some schools.

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Food Bank Has Summer Program That Feeds Many Low-Income Kids

Thousands of local low-income kids get fed this summer thanks to a federal program.

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RWSA Staff Works To Revise Drought Response And Contingency Plan

The Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority is revising its drought response and contingency plan.

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Conservationists Urge Fluvanna Supervisors To Reject Walker’s Ridge

A local conservation group urges Fluvanna Supervisors to reject proposed development near Palmyra.

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Two Men Arrested Following Stabbings On Wertland Street

Two men have been arrested following a stabbing incident in the 1100-block of Wertland Street.

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