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3 weeks ago

Thursday Deposition Day For Jackie

Thursday was the deposition day for a woman who riled up many UVA students and other local residents in the fall of 2014.

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No Trial Date Yet For Gene Washington

There's no firm date for the trial of Gene Everett Washington, who's accused of murdering a mother-and-daughter in December 2014.

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Bill Lucy Passes Away At 77

Onetime Charlottesville Planning Commission Chairman Bill Lucy has passed away.

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Lawmakers Reflect On Recent Session

Two veteran state lawmakers speak to the League of Women Voters.

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School Security Officer Gun Bill Vetoed

Governor McAuliffe has vetoed a bill allowing school security officers to carry guns.

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Mayor Forum Topics: Parking Meters, Statues

Mayor Mike Signer held a Wednesday night community meeting at Ebenezer Baptist Church in the Starr Hill neighborhood.

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Supervisors Renew Court Location Talks

The Albemarle Supervisors have jump started their discussions about the future of the county's courts.

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Regional Jobless Rate Declines

The local unemplyment rate improved between January and February.

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Journalist Disputes Remarks About City

A local journalist and history buff has challenged Mayor Mike Signer's recent remarks about Charlottesville having a history of violent racial incidents.

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World War Two Vet Honored At UVA

A World War Two veteran was recently honored at the UVA Children's Hospital.

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UVA Baseball Routs George Washington

The University of Virginia baseball program had a 15-3 rout of the George Washington Colonials Wednesday at Davenport Field.

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“Jackie” To Be Deposed Thursday

"Jackie" will have to answer questions from attorneys for both Rolling Stone and Nicole Eramo during a deposition Thursday.

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CHO Sets Another Passenger Traffic Record

The Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport has set a passenger traffic record for the third year in a row.

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Parking Meters Approved For Downtown Area

City councilors have endorsed a new parking plan.

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City Agrees To Redevelopment Plan

City councilors agree to pursue redevelopment of a Strategic Investment Area.

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Feedback On City Budget

Charlottesville residents had one of their final opportunities Monday to influence the city's next budget.

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3 weeks ago

9 Meth Arrests In Greene County

Nine Stanardsville residents have been arrested as part of an eight-month investigation.

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Attorney Brad Chandler Passes Away

Longtime local attorney Brad Chandler has passed away.

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3 weeks ago

FEMA Denies Tornado Assistance

Governor McAuliffe will appeal the department's decision to offer no aid to people affected by the February 24 tornadoes in Appomattox, Essex and Sussex.

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3 weeks ago

Governor Vetoes Explicit Books Bill

If passed, school districts would have been forced to notify parents of assigned books containing 'sexually explicit' content.

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