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Update: Residential Fire in Albemarle Co. Believed to Be Electrical
The Red Cross is helping a family find housing while they're displaced after a fire has caused significant damage to their Albemarle home.
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City Council Candidate Pushes for Monument to Madison
Charlottesville City Council Candidate, Mike Signer says Madison is the only one of our Founding Fathers not properly honored-- and that there are many reasons why he should be.
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UVa lab works to make human tissue using 3-D printer technology
Advances in 3-D printing have given us the ability to manufacture prosthetics, auto parts and clothes on demand. Are human organs next?
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LYNCHBURG — State vehicle inspection stickers have been stolen from auto repair shops in Charlottesville and the counties of Albemarle, Buckingham and Nelson over the last several months.
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2 from UVa part of historic New Horizons Pluto mission
This month, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft will fly by Pluto, providing scientists with some of the most detailed images of the planet they’ve ever had. Astronomers believe the data collected on the m
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Longtime Charlottesville assessor Barbour retires
Tuesday was a normal day at the office for Roosevelt W. Barbour Jr. It had to be, he said.
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CULPEPER — July has arrived, which means it is once again time for the annual Culpeper-Madison-Rappahannock Farm Show at the Culpeper Agricultural Enterprises Center.
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Lake Monticello Prepares for $7.2 million in Renovations
Fluvanna County's largest housing community will be undergoing some major renovations over this coming year.
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UVA Research Indicates Increase in Civil Commitments
According to research from UVA. civil commitments for people in mental distress are on the rise.
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» Federal government offices: Closed.
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Monticello Prepares for Annual Naturalization Ceremony
Monticello is preparing for its biggest event of the year. Dozens of people will become U.S. citizens at Jefferson's home Saturday, and thousands more will attend the celebration.
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M-Cubed Celebrates Another Successful Summer Program
Organized by 100 Black Men of Central Virginia, M-Cubed aims to tutor young African-American men in math while also boosting self-confidence.
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CATEC to launch first two academies in fall 2016
In the coming year, area high school students who opt to seek skills training and certifications will see...
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Area’s youngest, oldest mix in JABA’s preschool
As Albemarle County tries to develop a plan to serve some of the community’s estimated 250 at-risk 4-year-olds,...
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Extension of Water Street remains closed
City officials will know later this week when an eastward extension of East Water Street that would stretch...
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Supervisors may change rules on business personal property tax
Businesses in Albemarle might get a slight break next year when preparing the taxes they pay to the...
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Charlottesville educator to retire after 44 years
Gertrude Ivory, assistant superintendent for Charlottesville City Schools, didn’t think she’d survive her first year on the job. Offered...
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Nifty Fifty - Week #5: Historic Sites
Each week this summer, we will choose a category (i.e. Trees) and invite you to send us your...
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