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Funeral For Dr. John Jane

Many area residents paused Thursday to honor Dr. John Jane.

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State Hands Out $$ For Extended Year

Several Charlottesville schools will get additional state dollars for extended school year programs.

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County Expands Growth Area At I-64 – 29S

A smaller amount of land currently zoned rural has now been designated as light industrial at I-64 and 29 South.

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Charge Of Brandishing Gun Near School

A man has been charged with brandishing a gun near Greenbrier Elementary School.

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Johnson Arrest Report Released

The document was released after the agents involved gave their consent.

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ABC Panel Report Released

The panel appointed to look at ABC procedures after the arrest of Martese Johnson came out well ahead of schedule.

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Home Invasion Robbery On Barracks Road

Albemarle Police say the occupants of an apartment on Barracks Road were robbed Monday night.

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Nelson Woman Dies From Crash Injuries

Albemarle Police say a Nelson County woman has died from injuries in a September 8th crash.

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Houck’s Son Kills Man, Takes Own Life

Edd Houck's 36-year-old son, Todd, shot himself after killing his estranged wife's boyfriend and leading police on a chase.

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City Police Dog Back On Duty

A 13-year-old girl was bitten when the animal was accidentally let out of a patrol car.

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Dominion Improves Website Outage Map

Dominion Power has a new outage map feature on its website.

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CAAR Endorses Galvin, Bellamy, Signer

The Charlottesville Area Association of Realtors has endorsed the three Democrats in the City Council race.

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Harrisonburg Police: Dead Suspect Fired First

Harrisonburg Police say a man shot and killed by officers fired at them first.

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Two Charged With Prostitution

A man and woman have been charged in a prostitution case.

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Joe Morrissey Appeal Upheld

The state appeals court has dismissed prosecutors' attempts to retry former Delegate Joe Morrissey on four felony counts.

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YMCA Backers Win Close Vote

City Councilors voted 3-2 Monday night in favor of amending a ground lease for the YMCA at McIntire Park.

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UVA: Changes Coming After Fed Probe

The U.S. Department of Education says UVA violated federal guidelines by not responding quickly to complaints of sexual misconduct.

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UVA Took Part In Misconduct Survey

UVA participated in a national survey focusing on sexual assaults and sexual misconduct.

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Updated Poverty Figures For Area

An updated report shows 18% of families in Charlottesville and Albemarle lack self-sufficiency.


PHA Hopes To Acquire Friendship Court

The Piedmont Housing Alliance hopes to acquire Friendship Court in a few years.

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