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UVA Formally Greets The Newest Wahoos

UVA has formally welcomed 3515 first-year students who came here from Virginia and 43 other states.

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Toscano Says He’s Trying To Expand His Party’s Numbers

Local Delegate David Toscano is trying to improve his party’s showing in Richmond.

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Saturday Fire Guts Trailer At Southwood

A pre-dawn fire Saturday gutted a mobile home at Southwood.

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Fire Guts Mobile Home At Southwood

A pre-dawn fire Saturday gutted a trailer at Southwood.

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County Officer Cleared In Afton Shooting Death

An Albemarle Police officer has been cleared in connection with the shooting death on Afton Mountain. Commonwealth’s Attorney Denise Lunsford…

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Two-Year Anniversary Of Louisa Earthquake

August 23rd, 2011 marks the two-year anniversary of a major earthquake with its epicenter in Louisa County.

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Warning Siren Accidentally Activated At UVA’s Minor Hall

A warning siren on the roof of UVA’s Minor Hall was activated Thursday night.

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Albemarle Hires Many New Teachers This Year

The Albemarle Schools have hired 119 new teachers for this academic year.

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Democrats Endorse Acuff For Albemarle School Board

A candidate in the race for the Jack Jouett District seat on the Albemarle school board has picked up an endorsement.

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Blasting Making Life Miserable For Arvonia Woman

A Buckingham County woman says blasting done by a defense contractor is shaking her Arvonia home.

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