The Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority will tell a North Carolina company to find some alternative routes for a sewer line. Executive Director Tom Frederick (pictured) says the Charlotte firm could end a nearly year old stalemate between Charlottesville and Albemarle County. Ken Boyd is the only RWSA board member who does not want to pay the N.C. firm $16,709 to find alternative routes. The proposed sewer line would include McIntire Road and the Schenck’s Branch area of the city. The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality has urged the RWSA board to agree on a plan by September 30th.
The Hoos host Duke as they try to remain undefeated.
A reward has been put out for the man who robbed a Fluvanna County convenience store and attacked its clerk…
UVA will consider plans to create a research institute on violence and offer new campus safety courses.
More than 325,000 counterfeit jerseys and Super Bowl-related merchandise were seized by the NFL and law enforcement.