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Fire Damages House In Ivy

A Sunday morning fire caused an estimated $220,000 damage to a house in the Ivy area.

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Statue Missing From Burley Middle School

Someone apparently stole one of the two bear statues that were on a sign greeting visitors to Burley Middle School.

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Virginia Ranks High In Fruit Yields

Virginia remains a leader in apple, grape, and peach production.

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Families Of Missing Come Together

The families and friends of many missing persons assembled Saturday to honor their loved ones.

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Judge Tells Suspended Student About Options

U.S. District Judge Norman Moon has told a former Washington and Lee University student he can challenge his suspension.

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Sabato: Thursday Debate Not Trump’s Night

Sabato says Kasich, Walker and Rubio fared best in a Thursday debate.

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Solid Waste Panel Shares Ideas

An advisory committee on solid waste shares its ideas with the Albemarle Supervisors.

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Van Der Linde Reacts To Solid Waste Panel

Peter Van Der Linde reacts to remarks by solid waste advisory panel members.

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Chamber Of Commerce To Hold Jobs Summit

The Regional Chamber Of Commerce will hold a jobs summit next month.

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AAA Finds Gas Prices Keep Plunging

AAA-Virginia says the possibility of $2 per gallon gas is not out of the question.

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Neighborhood Services Director Hired

Charlottesville has hired Alexander Ikefuna to manage its Neighborhood Development Services office.

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UVA Official Joins National Panel

A University of Virginia official is joining the National Council of the Humanities.

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Pantops Rescue Station Clears Hurdle

Advocates for a fire and rescue station serving the Pantops area have cleared another hurdle.

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New Programs On Violence, Alcohol Abuse

UVA President Teresa Sullivan has notified students about mandatory programs on sexual violence and alcohol abuse prevention.

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Young Hoops Players Return From S.C.

A basketball team where all the players are 11 and under has returned from a national tournament in Myrtle Beach.

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Federal Judges Reject GOP Request

A judicial panel has ruled against General Assembly Republicans who want to delay a special session on congressional redistricting.

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Police Continue Probe Of Hillsdale Crash

City and county police continue to investigate Saturday accdient on Hillsdale Drive.

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Supervisors Endorse Early Education Report

The Albemarle Supervisors have embraced a report dealing with pre-kindergarten initiatives.

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Bridge Replacement On Keswick Road

Part of Keswick Road will be closed beginning August 10th for a bridge replacement project.

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Woman Charged With Election Fraud

Albemarle Police have charged a woman with felony election fraud.

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County Students Score High On SAT’s

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Albemarle SAT scores are higher than both state and national figures.

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Shrinking U.S. trade gap shows economy’s underlying strength

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The U.S. trade deficit fell in July to its lowest level in five months as exports rose broadly, signaling underlying strength in the economy amid concerns about a global growth slowdown.

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Democrats Unveil Background Check Petition

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With 2,800 signatures, they're not alone in their wish expand background checks for gun buyers.

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Chris Evans makes ‘Marvel’-ous directoral debut

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The "Before We Go" director talks about pulling his film together and how being in the Marvel world makes it easier to get movies off the ground.

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Kentucky clerk jailed for denying same-sex marriage licenses

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The clerk has refused to issue licenses to any couples, gay or straight, since the U.S. Supreme Court in June ruled that same-sex couples have the right to marry under the U.S. Constitution, citing her beliefs as an Apostolic Christian.