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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.


City Councilors Honor Pair Who Made An Impact

City Councilors have recognized two men who passed away recently.

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Police Charge Albemarle Man With Felony Sex Crimes

Albemarle Police charge a man with felony sex crimes involving a minor.

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Herring And Obenshain Camps Prepare For Certification Of Results

Campaigns of Mark Herring and Mark Obenshain are not budging an inch in battle for Attorney General’s office.

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Christmas Tree Growers Say This Year’s Crop Is Good

Virginia’s Christmas tree growers believe consumers will like this year’s crop.

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Staff Of Governor-Elect Continues To Take Shape

Governor-elect Terry McAuliffe has tapped more people for his administration.


Christian Aid Mission Helps Victims In Philippines

The Albemarle-based Christian Aid Mission is

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Police Seek Your Help In Finding Suspect

Police are asking for the public’s he;p to find a suspect.

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Students Remain Upset About Access UVA Changes

Some students continue to protest changes to Access UVA


This Week Also Marks 50th Anniversary Of LBJ’s Presidency

Surviving members of LBJ’s family have vivid memories of this week 50 years ago.

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Cowboys’ Romo ‘done for season’


Dallas Cowboys veteran quarterback Tony Romo will miss the rest of the National Football League season after re-injuring his collarbone for the second time in 10 weeks, according to an ESPN report.

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College football: 5 games you can’t miss


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Smartphones may have role in rise of U.S. traffic deaths


The number of deaths from traffic accidents jumped 8.1 percent in the first half of 2015, suggesting smartphones and other driving distractions could be making America's roadways more dangerous.

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Consumers, retailers face off over deep holiday discounts


Polls show shoppers, who got even bigger discounts closer to Christmas last year, are cautious with their spending and willing to wait for deals.