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Wegmans Taking Applications

Wegmans is taking applications for 200 full-time jobs.

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Active Shooter Response Training Offered

There will be public training later this month on how to respond and protect yourself in an active shooter situation.

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STI Clinic Hours Expanded

The local health district is offering an evening clinic to test for sexually transmitted infections.

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Homeowners Rant About Snow Removal

Charlottesville residents got a chance Monday night to sound off about snow removal.

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Firefighters Extricate Man Through Window

City firefighters had to go a different route Monday when they helped a man leave his East Jefferson Street home.

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Dittmar Campaign Has New Totals

The congressional campaign of Albemarle Democrat Jane Dittmar has released new fundraising totals.

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Police ID Man Injured By Train

Police have identified the man struck and injured by a train Saturday morning.

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Local Residents Honor King Legacy

Area residents honor the legacy of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr.

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GOP Primary Voters Won’t Face Oath

Republicans who vote in the March 1st GOP presidential primary won't have to sign a statement of affiliation.

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UVA Dominates Louisville 63-47

The UVA Men's basketball team stunned the Louisville Cardinals 63-47 on Saturday afternoon.

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Bernie Backers Rally In Charlottesville

Local supporters of Bernie Sanders rallied Saturday in downtown Charlottesville.

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McAuliffe, Gun-Safety Advocates Sound Off

Governor McAuliffe and gun-safety advocates sound off on a proposed compromise.

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City Reopens West Market Street

The city has reopened a stretch of West Market Street that was closed for much of the week.

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Harrington Family Recalls Grim Anniversary

The family of the late Morgan Dana Harrington observed the sixth anniversary of the discovery of her remains in Albemarle County.

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Carlton Currier Captured In Fluvanna

Carlton Gregory Currier, who was considered armed and dangerous, was taken into custody Friday in Fluvanna County.

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Plaque For Dogwood Vietnam Memorial

The first of 24 plaques for the Dogwood Vietnam Memorial was presented Friday to the mother of Richard Thomas Carter.

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VDOT To Fill Potholes On I-64

VDOT will be patching potholes early next week on Interstate-64.

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Recent Snowstorm Ranked 4th Worst

NOAA has ranked the recent snowstorm as the fourth most powerful to hit the northeast U.S.

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Police: Man Injured In Unprovoked Attack

Charlottesville Police say a man was injured in an unprovoked attack at a bus stop.

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Albemarle Kids Get Day Off March 1st

Albemarle school students will have a holiday on March 1st, the day of the Virginia Primary.

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