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Swimmers Get Saturday Hours Restored

Area swimmers have successfully lobbied to restore early Saturday morning hours at the Smith Aquatic Center.

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UVA Tops Vanderbilt, Plays One More

Behind the pitching tandem of Adam Haseley and closer Josh Sborz, UVA shut out Vanderbilt 3-0 Tuesday, and will play again Wednesday.

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McAuliffe: Ban Confederate Flag From Plates

Governor McAuliffe is moving to ban the Confederate flag from Virginia license plates.

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SARA Accepts Nominations For Grimm Award

SARA is accepting nominations for this year's Annette Grimm award.

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Temporary Cell Tower For Lockn’

Verizon will install a temporary cell phone tower at this year's Lockn' Festival to improve service.

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City Wants You To Stay Safe During Outage

Charlottesville firefighters want you to stay safe when your home experiences power ourages.

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Future Amphitheater Recognizes McCartney

Albemarle Parks and Rec Department will set up an amphitheater that recognizes Sir Paul McCartney.

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Judge Accepts Sweet Briar Agreement

A judge in Bedford has accepted the agreement to keep Sweet Briar College open.

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Fundraiser Helps Detective’s Son

A fundraiser brought in hundreds of dollars to help offset medical expenses for Caleb Gibson.

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Another Local Vigil For Shooting Victims

Another local vigil will be held for the shooting victims in Charleston, South Carolina.

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Matthew Victim: “I Felt Helpless”

"RG" told the judge that she thought her September 2005 attack was going to be the end of her life.

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New UVA VP Named

The new vice-president at UVA comes from Duke University.

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Chapman: Detaining Johnson Justified

City prosecutor Dave Chapman says he found no evidence that the ABC agents committed a crime in the arrest of Martese Johnson.

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Huguely Files Formal Request For Review

George Huguely has officially requested that the U.S. Supreme Court review his case.

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Gallup: UVA Alumni Successful, Happy

Graduates of UVA have a lot of success in life, according to a Gallup survey.

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UVA Blanks Florida In College World Series

The UVA Baseball program has moved one win away from advancing to the College World Series Final.

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Councilors Inch Closer To West Main Solution

City councilors are inching closer to creating new guidelines for the West Main Street corridor.

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City Manager Gets New Contract

Maurice Jones will stick around as City Manager.

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More Animals Test Positive For Rabies

More animals are testing positive for rabies in the Thomas Jefferson Health District.

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UVA Nurses Win Second Magnet Award

The UVA Medical Center has won another Magnet Award for excellence in nursing care.

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Police Investigate Convenience Store Robbery

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Albemarle Police are investigating a reported armed robbery at the Woodbrook 7-11.

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Board Agrees To Assistance Plan For Merchants

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The Albemarle Supervisors agree to use an assistance plan for merchants who might be hurt by construction of a new Rio at 29 interchange.

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Older, wiser Schwarzenegger returns in ‘Terminator: Genisys’

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Arnold Schwarzenegger may be older but that doesn't stop him from destroying his younger self, as the former governor returns to one of his most recognizable roles.

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Big Increase In Local Jobless Rate

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The unemployment rate in the Charlottesville region shot up during May.