Albemarle County

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Vote Happens Today On Student Tuition And Fees

The University of Virginia's Board of Visitors is about to set tuition and fee schedules for 2014-'15.

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yesterday

Frost Hurt Local Peach and Apple Crops

One orchard lost half of its peach crop

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Monday

City Council Approves Expanded Recycling

City Hall approves taking recycling program beyond two pilot neighborhoods.

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Monday

Councilors Hear More Complaints About Speeding Drivers

Residents of Midway Manor and South Street complain about speeding drivers.

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Monday

Former UVA Associate Dean Pleads Guilty to Child Pornography Charges

Michael Morris could get up to fifty years behind bars

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Monday

City Grand Jury Indicts Tsaye Lemar Simpson

A Charlottesville man has indicted Tsaye Lemar Simpson for murder.

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Monday

Area High School Kids Get Scholarships From Couric Forum

Nine of this area's high school seniors have won scholarship money from the Couric Leadership Forum.

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Monday

War Of Words Over Medicaid Includes Albemarle

Groups with competing views on Medicaid expansion clashed Monday in Albemarle County.

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Monday

Eastern Mennonite Gets Makeover

Eastern Mennonite University is modernizing parts of its campus.

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Monday

Historic Garden Week Includes Albemarle Estates

Some Albemarle County estates are part of Historic Garden Week.

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Monday

McAuliffe Trumpets His First 100 Days As Governor

Governor McAuliffe says the first 100 days of his administration have been successful.

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Monday

Area Runners Visited Boston For Its 2014 Marathon

Heidi Johnson was among 30 local runners who traveled to the 2014 Boston Marathon.

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Sunday

Memorial Services Are Planned For Gus Deeds

There will be two memorial services in early May for Gus Deeds.

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Sunday

Ramp Linked To Interstate 64 Will Have Brief Shutdown

VDOT is warning drivers about a brief shutdown for one of the I-64 ramps.

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Saturday

Democrats Hear From Groups That Fight Poverty

Local organizations that want to break the cycle of poverty have showcased their programs for area Democrats.

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Saturday

UVA Revokes Agreements With Pi Kappa Alpha And Sigma Nu

The University of Virginia has revoked agreements with two of its oldest fraternities.

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Friday

Eight Teaching Positions Could Be Cut In Albemarle Schools

Cuts are becoming more defined for the Albemarle school system.

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Friday

Schuyler Man Killed In Southern Albemarle Crash

A Schuyler resident was killed Thursday night when his pickup crashed near Route 6 and Esmont Road.

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Thursday

Former Western Albemarle Teacher Charged With Soliciting Minor

A retired teacher from Western Albemarle High School has been charged with soliciting a minor.

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Thursday

No Injuries After Canoe Capsizes Near Warren Ferry

Nobody was injured when a canoe capsized Thursday afternoon in the cold water of the James River near Warren Ferry.

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