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Democrats Reelect Toscano As Leader

House of Delegates Democrats have chosen David Toscano for another two-year term as the Minority Leader.

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Louisa Man Charged With Stabbing

A Louisa County man has been charged with stabbing another man in the Town of Orange.

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Borches, Malloy Picked For State Board

Governor McAuliffe names two people with local ties to the Virginia Motor Vehicle Dealer Board.


Salvation Army Begins Kettle Drive

Our area's Salvation Army has kicked off its annual red kettle drive.

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UVA Falls 38-31 In Louisville

The University of Virginia football program has lost its final road game of 2015, a 38-31 setback in Louisville, Kentucky.

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UVA Checks On Students In France

UVA and other Virginia colleges and universities are checking on students who are spending their fall semester in or around Paris.

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Supreme Court Will Review 2012 Map

The U.S. Supreme Court will review a 2012 congressional map that's been rejected by lower courts.

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#6 UVA Men’s Basketball Gets Win

The #6 UVA Men's Basketball team opened up its 2015-'16 season with an 86-48 victory over visiting Morgan State.

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Toscano Wants To Stay Minority Leader

David Toscano (D- Charlottesville) wants to stay on as House of Delegates Minority Leader.

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AHS, Greer Kids Won’t Be Reassigned

The County School Board has decided against sending some students from Albemarle High to Monticello High, and won't redistrict kids at Greer Elementary.

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Board Amends Discrimination Policies

The Albemarle School Board has added references to gender identity and sexual orientation to anti-discrimination policies.

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Whooping Cough Case At WAHS

Western Albemarle High School is notifying parents that a student has a confirmed case of whooping cough.

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Dr. Marcus Martin Gets McIntire Award

Dr. Marcus Martin is the latest winner of the Paul Goodloe McIntire Award from the Regional Chamber of Commerce.

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Local Emergency Center Part Of CodeRED

There's a new way to let you know about an emergency.

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UVA Graduation Speakers Announced

Former Poet Laureate Rita Dove and Law School dean Paul Mahoney will be the 2016 graduation speakers at UVA.

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Elton John Coming Back To JPJ

Elton John is coming back to John Paul Jones Arena on March 19th.


North Pointe Developers Update Plans

The company developing the North Pointe subdivision has updated plans.

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County Boards Begin Budget Process

The Albemarle Supervisors and the County School Board expect their workforce will get modest pay increases in the next budget.…

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Bob Pippin Tries To Get Job Back

Former Charlottesville Natural Gas employee Bob Pippin hopes to get his old job back.

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Trump Qualifies For Virginia Primary

Donald Trump's Virginia campaign has gathered enough petition signatures to get on the March 1st Virginia Primary ballot.

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