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Governor Picks Three Area Women For State Boards

Governor McAuliffe selected three area women for statewide boards and commissions.

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Virginia’s Gun Sales Fail To Keep Pace With 2013

Virginia's gun sales in 2014 are far below the figures for last year.

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Boyd Sides With Business Leaders Voicing Doubts About 29 Process

Albemarle Supervisors continue to spar over process for Route 29 improvements.

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Firefighters Want To Fill Boot For Muscular Dystrophy Patients

Albemarle's professional firefighters are part of another Fill the Boot campaign.

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Schools Consider More Aggressive Approach To Renovations

The Albemarle schools are considering a more aggressive program of building modernizations.

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Car Slams Into House Near Intersection Of Monticello Avenue/6th St. S.E.

A car slammed into a house late Saturday night in the 700-block of 6th St., S.E.

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Area Families Get Together For Back to School Bash

Area families got together Saturday for the 4th annual Back to School Bash.

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Area Residents Immerse Themselves in Climate Change Debates

Debates over climate change surface at the local and state levels.

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Limb Falls From Rotting Tree Injuring Several At UVA

A tree fell on UVA's Hospital Drive Thursday afternoon, and injured some participants in a farmer's market.

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Crackdown Against Speeding On 250 Bypass

Charlottesville Police caught many speeders Thursday on the 250 Bypass.

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Stony Point Elementary Gets Interim Principal

Stony Point Elementary School is getting an interim principal.

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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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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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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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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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