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Albemarle Officials Offer Advice For Dealing With Lightning

Albemarle Officials Offer Advice For Dealing With Lightning

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The Albemarle Fire Marshal’s Office warns lightning is the last thing you want to see when you’re out in the elements this summer. Assistant Fire Marshal Mel Bishop says some people try to take cover under trees, and they actually attract lightning bolts. Bishop says it’s a good idea to avoid chores such as dish washing or laundry when there are lightning strikes. That’s because lightning bolts can have an affinity for plumbing systems.

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Newspaper Staff Apologizes For April 1st Edition

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The "Cavalier Daily", which is a UVA student newspaper, is apologizing for April Fools' Day stories.

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Joe Morrissey’s Federal Case Dismissed

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A judge has thrown out the recent indictments of former Delegate Joe Morrissey.

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‘Downton Abbey’ eyes ’70s revival

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The show could come back and be set in the disco era.

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Healthy lunches could land you in the White House

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If you know of a kid who can whip up a healthy lunch, they might earn a trip to the White House.

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Governor: ABC As It Is Now Is Not Working

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Governor Terry McAuliffe was the guest speaker Wednesday morning at a breakfast meeting of the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce.