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GOP Blasts Governor Parole Commission

Critics say reviving parole will hurt victims of past crimes.

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Virginia Schools Earn Accolades

U.S. Department of Education gives Virginia's public schools their highest overall rating.

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Sweet Briar Study Abroad Program Returns

Sweet Briar College will resume its junior year abroad program.

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August Events Highlight Local Searches

Help Save the Next Girl says two events in August will highlight the searches for our region's missing people.

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Gay Rights Group Wants Changes in Schools

The leader of a gay and lesbian group urges the Charlottesville School Board to make some changes.

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Confederate Flag Removed From Shipyard

A Confederate flag has been removed from the Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth.

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Brewer Bringing Jobs To Goochland

The Hardywood Park Craft Brewery is expanding to Goochand County.

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Major Project Involving Afton Gets Underway

A major project involving Afton Mountain will begin Monday.

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Project Affecting Proffit Road Begins

A project that involves a temporary closure of Proffit Road begins Monday.

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Woman Wants To Ban Item On Applications

A local woman is urging the Albemarle Supervisors to delete a box on many job application forms that deal with prior convictions.

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New Rules For Wireless Facilities

Albemarle has updated rules for the county's wireless facilities.

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Rolling Stone Denies Defamation

Rolling Stone says Associate Dean Nicole Eramo's claims against the magazine aren't subject to legal action.

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Supporters Of Clarke Showcase Their Search

Family and friends of Samantha Ann Clarke strive to keep her story in the public eye.

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McAuliffe Has Fresh Fight With GOP

Governor McAuliffe and the Republicans in the House of Delegates don't see eye-to-eye when it comes to Planned Parenthood.

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UVA Chooses Its Next Architect

UVA has chosen its next architect and she's coming here from Yale.

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Kaine Helps Senate Pass New Education Bill

Virginia's Tim Kaine helps the U.S. Senate to pass a new version of No Child Left Behind.

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New Development In Matthew Case

A Richmond TV station reports that search warrants reveal no evidence of blood was found in Jesse Matthew's car.

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Greene Supervisor Wants Barkley To Go

Greene Supervisor Eddie Deane will ask his colleagues to consider a resolution that John Barkley resign.

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$200K In State $$$ For Firms On 29 North

The money will supplement the $100,000 marketing campaign recently approved by county supervisors.

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Andrew Middleditch Faces New Charge

Local realtor Andrew Blackwell Middleditch now faces an involuntary manslaughter charge.

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Slight Increase In Local Jobless Rate

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The unemployment rate in the Charlottesville region went up slightly in June.