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Many Local Residents Honor Julian Bond

Area residents have honored the late Julian Bond, who passed away August 15th in Florida.

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Abortion Critics Rally In Albemarle

Area residents protest abortions outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in Albemarle County

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New Students Arrive At UVA

The annual invasion of the first-year students continued Saturday in the Alderman and McCormick Road dorms.

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Unemployment Drops to 4.8%

Virginia's statewide jobless inched lower in July.

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Local Synthetic Marijuana Sales Up

Thanks to "Spice", area police are finding people who are disoriented, sweating profusely, vomiting, and sometimes unconscious.

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New Students Move Into UVA Dorms

Thousand of new students get the Wahoo experience.

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Judge Hears Motions In Matthew Case

Albemarle Circuit Judge Cheryl Higgins considered 12 pre-trial motions Thursday that involve next year's trial of Jesse Matthew.

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Renewed Talk Of Regional Authority

There's renewed interest in creating a regional transportation authority.

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Overcrowding In Some Albemarle Schools

Some schools in Albemarle County's urban ring are overcrowded only days after classes began,

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Another Award For Pastor Alvin Edwards

Local minister and former Mayor Alvin Edwards has won another award.

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CenturyLink Service Restored

CenturyLink phone service that was disrupted Wednesday has now been restored.

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Regional Retail Sales Continue To Climb

Retail sales were up across our region during the first six months of this year.

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Danny Becomes First Atlantic Hurricane

Danny is the first hurricane of the 2015 season along the Atlantic coast.

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Maureen McDonnell Appeal Date Set

The former first lady will be in court on October 29th.

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Ken Boyd Upset With Planners

Ken Boyd says rejecting the possibility of development at I-64 and 29 South sends businesses the wrong message.

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Sen. Warner Talks ‘Gig Economy’

Local freelance workers and independent contractors voiced both their opinions and concerns over the expanding segment of the economy.

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Credit Card Theft Suspect Arrested

City Police have arrested a suspect in a recent credit card theft and fraud case.

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Safe Place To Sell Online

Greene County has set up a Safe Exchange Zone, a designated area in front of the Sheriff's Office to buy and sell items posted online.

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Planners Reject Changes Near 29 at 64

The Albemarle Planning Commission opposes possible zoning changes near the 29 South/I-64 intersection.

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Pipeline Critics Mobilize In Charlottesville

Critics of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline raise their voices in downtown Charlottesville.

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Man Dies After Being Hit By Train

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Albemarle Police are investigating the Wednesday night death of a male pedestrian who was hit by a train in Crozet.

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Supervisors Continue Debate Over Plan

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The Albemarle Supervisors continue their debate over a possible change in the county's comprehensive plan.

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PVCC Expects Enrollment Decline

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PVCC expects lower enrollment for the fall semester than it had a year ago.