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Food Bank Has Summer Program That Feeds Many Low-Income Kids

Thousands of local low-income kids get fed this summer thanks to a federal program.

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RWSA Staff Works To Revise Drought Response And Contingency Plan

The Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority is revising its drought response and contingency plan.

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Conservationists Urge Fluvanna Supervisors To Reject Walker’s Ridge

A local conservation group urges Fluvanna Supervisors to reject proposed development near Palmyra.

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Two Men Arrested Following Stabbings On Wertland Street

Two men have been arrested following a stabbing incident in the 1100-block of Wertland Street.

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Va. Supreme Court Says UVA And Mann Split Damages From Legal Battle

Virginia's highest court has told a nonprofit to pay $250 in damages and a former UVA professor gets some of it.

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City Officials Endorse Historic District Status For Rugby Road

Charlotteville's planning commision wants to make a part of Rugby Road an historic district.

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Shucet And 12-Member Working Group Have First Session

Philip Shucet and a group that's tasked with working on 29 road improvements have their first sit down session.

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Rick Vrhovac Becomes New Sutherland Principal

One of Albemarle County's longtime educators is the new Sutherland Middle School principal.

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Onetime Albemarle County Teacher Has New Legal Problems

A onetime Albemarle educator has been arrested by Waynesboro Police for online solicitation of a minor.

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Two Defendants In Quick Case Plead Guilty In Federal Court

A Manassas woman and a Louisa man have entered guilty pleas taht are related to the Kevin Wayne Quick case.

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Albemarle Supervisors Okay Rezonings Affecting Village Of Rivanna

The Albemarle Supervisors have approved rezonings affecting the Village of Rivanna.

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AAA-Virginia Has Warnings Regarding Summer Heat And Kids

AAA-Virginia is urging drivers to take care of kids during the dog days of summer.

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Supervisors Want To Explore Banning Big Trucks On Earlysville Road

The Albemarle Supervisors tell staffers and VDOT they want to explore a ban on big rigs on Route 743.

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Bell Thanks Area Residents Who Helped Create New Laws

Delegate Rob Bell (R-Albemarle) has thanked area residents for helping him to craft new laws.

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GOP Leaders Plan Late September Special Session On Medicaid

The GOP leadership of the General Assembly plans to hold a September 22nd special session dealing with Medicaid.

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Lawsuit Involving Health Care At Women’s Prison Could Be Delayed

A lawsuit that deals with medical services at the Fluvanna Women's Prison might be delayed.

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Longtime Community Activist Passes Away

Longtime community activist Jane Foster has died at age 89.

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Five Guys Abandons Downtown Mall Location

The Five Guys restaurant on the Downtown Mall has shut down.

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Amherst Man Sentenced For His Crimes In Albemarle

An Amherst County man who's been convicted of countless burglaries has been sentenced in Albemarle.

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Brat Selects Senior Campaign Staffers

Seventh Congressional District nominee Dave Brat (R- Hanover County) has picked senior campaign staffers.

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