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Marc Brown Says His Purchase Of CPC Won’t Affect City Market

The new owner of the Charlottesville Parking Center says his purchase won't affect plans for the City Market.

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Funerals For Culpeper County Family Happen Friday

Funeral services will be Friday for a Culpeper woman and her three daughters.

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Federal Appeals Court Upholds Same-Sex Marriage In Virginia

A federal appeals court in Richmond has refused to delay the ruling that strikes down the Virginia ban against gay marriage.

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Supervisors Postpone Action On Photo-Red Expansion

Albemarle County is delaying consideration of expanding the photo-red program on the Route 29 corridor.

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Regents School Expansion Endorsed

The Albemarle Supervisors have endorsed an expansion at a private school in Ivy.

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Route Changes Begin Soon For CAT Riders

Those who ride Charlottesville Area Transit buses will find a variety of route changes beginning Saturday.

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County Police Warn About Phone Scam

A scam making the rounds has prompted a warning from Albemarle Police.

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City Police Charge Albemarle Man With Breaking Into West St. Building

City Police have charged a 22-year-old Albemarle man with breaking-and-entering.

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UVA’s Ed Burton Views U.S. Economy As Stagnant

University of Virginia economist Ed Burton says the U.S. economy remains stagnant.

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Hundreds Gather To Oppose Natural Gas Pipeline

Dominion Power's proposed natural gas pipeline would run through Nelson County

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McDonnell Trial: Investigator Testimony About $50,000 Check

There was testimony Tuesday in the McDonnells trial about a $50,000 check from Jonnie Williams to Maureen McDonnell.

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New Owner For Charlottesville Parking Center

The Charlottesville Parking Center officially has a new owner.

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Retail Sales Up In Most Areas Of Regional Economy

The latest figures show retail sales were up during the first half of this year in most localities in our region.

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City: University-Rugby Intersection To Be Safer For Cyclists

The city is installing markings at the University Avenue-Rugby Road intersection to make it safer for bicyclists.

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Local Groups Help Anderson Street Fire Victims

Local groups are assisting a family that was displaced by an August 7th fire on Anderson Street.

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Hurt Says Congress Needs To Secure U.S. Borders

Fifth District U.S. Representative Robert Hurt (R- Chatham) says Congress needs to secure U.S. borders.

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Opposition To Counties’ Interest In Equal Taxing Powers

A past leader of the local tea party hopes Albemarle won't pursue equal taxing powers for counties and cities.

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Norfolk-Based Ship With Troubled Past Heads For Middle East

A Norfolk-based naval vessel with a troubled past is heading for the Middle East.

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New Operations Director For RWSA

The Rivanna Water & Sewer Authority has hired a new operations director.

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Trying To Finish City School Renovation

Charlottesville school officials have been renovating many buildings, and they hope to finish before August 20th.

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