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3 weeks ago

ID Of Minivan Driver From Fatal Crash

A teenager from Powhatan County was the driver of a minivan who died after a Tuesday night crash on 250 East in the Shadwell area.

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3 weeks ago

Bank Robbery On 29 North

There was a bank robbery Thursday afternoon at the Virginia National branch on 29 North between Berkmar and Rio.

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3 weeks ago

Prinicpals Needed At Three City Schools

The Charlottesville public schools will lose three principals in the coming months.

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3 weeks ago

McAuliffe Signs Bill At Tom Tom Festival

Governor McAuliffe has a bill-signing ceremony at the Tom Tom Festival.

Governor Elect Terry McAuliffe

3 weeks ago

Governor Signs Sexual Assault Bills

Governor McAuliffe has signed bills that establish procedures for handling evidence kits in sexual assault and rape cases.

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3 weeks ago

McDonald Wins Small Business Award

Gregory McDonald will receive this year's Regional Chamber of Commerce Small Business Person of the Year award.

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3 weeks ago

New Motions In Eramo Lawsuit

A legal tug-of-war pitting a University of Virginia administrator against a woman who was quoted in a discredited Rolling Stone article gets more complex.

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3 weeks ago

Veteran Lists Bus Fleet Challenges

The Charlottesville School Board has learned many of the challenges of operating a school bus fleet.

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3 weeks ago

T Lewis Passes Away

A local resident who spent 43 years in education has died.

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3 weeks ago

Smaller Tuition Increase At UVA

The tuition increase at UVA will not be as high as originally approved for in-state students.

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3 weeks ago

Supervisors Approve 2 Cents Tax Hike

The Albemarle Supervisors voted 5-1 Wednesday for a new real estate tax rate of 83.9 cents for every $100 of assessed value.

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3 weeks ago

VDOT Workers Memorial Ceremony

A vigil to remember transportation workers who died on the job was held Wednesday at the VDOT Workers' Memorial on Afton Mountain.

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3 weeks ago

Children’s Defense Fund Founder Honored

The founder of the Children’s Defense Fund says we need to do more to protect America's kids.

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3 weeks ago

State Revenue Up In March

State officials applaud higher sales tax collections and improved payroll withholding during March.

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3 weeks ago

UVA Baseball Drubs Longwood

The University of Virginia claimed a midweek victory Wednesday night over in-state foe Longwood University.

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3 weeks ago

McAuliffe Sets Veto Record

Governor McAuliffe has vetoed more bills this year than any other Chief Executive in the past 18 years,

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3 weeks ago

City To Have First Black Police Chief

City Manager Maurice Jones is recommending that Alfred Thomas, the Police Chief of Lexington, be hired to lead the Charlottesville Police.

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3 weeks ago

City Council Adopts New Budget

City councilors have adopted a new budget and tax rates that will take effect next summer.

Albemarle County Office Building

3 weeks ago

Reaction To Higher Albemarle Tax Rate

The Albemarle Supervisors gave county residents a final chance Tuesday to sound off about a proposed increase in the property tax rate.

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3 weeks ago

Kamptner Named Next County Attorney

Greg Kamptner will succeed the retiring Larry Davis as Albemarle's County Attorney.

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