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CAT Director Wants To Upgrade Fare Boxes On Buses

CAT’s John Jones wants to replace the low-tech fare boxes on his buses.

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Lane Closing Next Week On Alderman Road

A lane on Alderman Road will be closed next week for utility work.

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Martha Jefferson Named Most Affordable Hospital In Virginia

A website says Martha Jefferson is the most affordable hospital in Virginia.

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MPO Board Honors Departing Supervisors Snow And Thomas

The MPO Board has honored two departing Albemarle supervisors.

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Advocate For Gun Owners Doubts City Council Will Get Its Way

A Virginia advocate for gun owners is predicting City Councilors won’t get their way.

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You Can Sign Up For Emergency Alerts

The Community Emergency Alert system is open for registration.

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Joy Food Store Robbed At Gunpoint

City Police are looking for a gunman who held up the Joy Food Store on East High Street Monday night.

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Local Woman Wins $ 1 Million Playing Powerball

A woman who bought a Powerball ticket on Maury Avenue has a big cash prize.

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Councilors Hear From Critics Of Their 2014 Wish List

City councilors get scolded by critics of their 2014 wish list for the General Assembly.

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Friends Of Sage Smith Will Hold Lee Park Vigil

Friends and admirers of Dashad Sage Smith will hold a Wednesday vigil at Lee Park.

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History of the holiday: Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving celebrations date back to the first European settlements in America, but it wasn't until the 1860s that it was declared a national holiday.

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Today in entertainment history: Nov. 27

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A look at some of the Hollywood headlines that made history.