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today

Vote Happens Today On Student Tuition And Fees

The University of Virginia's Board of Visitors is about to set tuition and fee schedules for 2014-'15.

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today

Fluvanna Sheriff Gets New Job With Virginia ABC Board

Fluvanna Sheriff Ryant Washington is giving up his current job to work for Virginia's ABC Board.

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Orange County Woman Wins Big Lottery Prize

An Orange County woman has won a big prize from the Virginia Lottery.

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yesterday

Frost Hurt Local Peach and Apple Crops

One orchard lost half of its peach crop

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yesterday

Longtime City Schools Administrator Dies

Former Charlottesville assistant superintendent Mary Reese has passed away.

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Monday

City Council Approves Expanded Recycling

City Hall approves taking recycling program beyond two pilot neighborhoods.

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Monday

Councilors Hear More Complaints About Speeding Drivers

Residents of Midway Manor and South Street complain about speeding drivers.

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Monday

Former UVA Associate Dean Pleads Guilty to Child Pornography Charges

Michael Morris could get up to fifty years behind bars

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Monday

City Grand Jury Indicts Tsaye Lemar Simpson

A Charlottesville man has indicted Tsaye Lemar Simpson for murder.

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Monday

Area High School Kids Get Scholarships From Couric Forum

Nine of this area's high school seniors have won scholarship money from the Couric Leadership Forum.

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Monday

War Of Words Over Medicaid Includes Albemarle

Groups with competing views on Medicaid expansion clashed Monday in Albemarle County.

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Monday

Eastern Mennonite Gets Makeover

Eastern Mennonite University is modernizing parts of its campus.

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Monday

Historic Garden Week Includes Albemarle Estates

Some Albemarle County estates are part of Historic Garden Week.

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Monday

McAuliffe Trumpets His First 100 Days As Governor

Governor McAuliffe says the first 100 days of his administration have been successful.

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Monday

Area Runners Visited Boston For Its 2014 Marathon

Heidi Johnson was among 30 local runners who traveled to the 2014 Boston Marathon.

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Sunday

Memorial Services Are Planned For Gus Deeds

There will be two memorial services in early May for Gus Deeds.

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Sunday

Ramp Linked To Interstate 64 Will Have Brief Shutdown

VDOT is warning drivers about a brief shutdown for one of the I-64 ramps.

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Saturday

Democrats Hear From Groups That Fight Poverty

Local organizations that want to break the cycle of poverty have showcased their programs for area Democrats.

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Saturday

UVA Revokes Agreements With Pi Kappa Alpha And Sigma Nu

The University of Virginia has revoked agreements with two of its oldest fraternities.

Truck Eating Bridge Accident (RG)

Friday

Delay In Work Under Truck-Eating Bridge

The project to add clearance to the truck-eating bridge has been delayed.

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