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Gallaway Keeps Albemarle School Board Chair

Ned Gallaway has won another term leading the Albemarle School Board.

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First Meeting Of 2015 For 29 Improvement Group

An advisory panel wants to ease the pain of a proposed Rio Road/Route 29 interchange

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Sexual Assault Task Force To Report By June

A task force chaired by Attorney General Mark Herring plans to produce ideas for legislation dealing with sexual assaults.

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Jesse Matthew Fairfax Trial: No Cameras

Judge cites victim's privacy and Matthew's right to a fair trial.

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Education Plans From GOP, Governor

The General Assembly's Republicans and Governor McAuliffe have unveiled education proposals.

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Scott Beardsley Named Next Dean Of Darden School

Scott Beardsley has been chosen as the next dean of UVA's Darden School.

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Flu Limits Visitation At UVA Hospital

Visitation is being limited at UVA Hospital due to the increasing number of flu cases.

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Supervisors Want Update On YMCA

The Albemarle Supervisors hope to get a status report on the YMCA's project in McIntire Park.

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Lunsford To Get More Staff

The Albemarle Supervisors have agreed to help the Commonwealth's Attorney get more staff.

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War Of Words Continues Over 29 Interchange

A past leader of the Albemarle Supervisors has told the current board it's under siege from people using scare tactics.

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No Money Expected For PVCC Pay Raise

The president of PVCC expects no salary increases or bonuses this year.

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CAT Downtown Trolley Detoured Until April

Trolleys operated by Charlottesville Area Transit are going on a detour until April.

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Rail Advocates Discuss Second Amtrak Run

Virginia rail advocates say our area will eventually get another AMTRAK train.

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Smith Condemns Profane Outbursts At Council Meeting

Vice-Mayor Dede Smith has condemned the profane language some people used at a December City Council morning.

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City Police Investigate Monday Night Robbery

Charlottesville Police investigate a Monday robbery on 10th Street, N.W.

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Recent Gas Tax Hike Not Noticed Yet

The impact of a January 1st statewide gas tax increase has not shown up yet at the pumps .

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Parties Restored At UVA Fraternities

All social activities will be reinstated, provided the FOA addenda be signed by the president or a designee from each fraternity and sorority by January 16.

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Two Years In Prison For Bob McDonnell

Former Governor Bob McDonnell has been sentenced to two years in prison after being convicted of corruption charges.

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O’Brien Retiring From Coaching After 40 Years

Tom O’Brien is retiring from coaching. The following news release was sent out Tuesday morning from virginiasports.com: Charlottesville, Va. –…

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Green Light To Check Out Downtown Security Cameras

To the dismay of some civil libertarians, the City Council has told the Police Chief to explore getting a network of security cameras for the Downtown Mall.

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