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Truck-Eating Bridge Claims Another Victim

Another vehicle failed to get under the truck-eating bridge on the University Corner.

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McDonnell Corruption Trial Continues

Star witness Jonnie Williams finally left the witness stand Monday in the trial of Bob and Maureen McDonnell.

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Funeral Service For Former Crozet Fire Chief Baber

A funeral service was held Monday for a former Crozet fire chief.

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Slow First Year For City’s Office Of Human Rights

One of the city's newest agencies has had a slow first year.

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Vigil For Alexis Murphy Honors Her One Year After Disappearance

The friends and family of Alexis Murphy came together Sunday at Nelson County High School to honor her memory.

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Week Two Of McDonnells’ Trial In Richmond

The Richmond trial of Bob and Maureen McDonnell resumes following a weekend break.

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Long Ago Albemarle Supervisor Has Died

Long ago Albemarle Supervisor Bill Roundabush (I -Rivanna District) has died at age 86.

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Some Alumni Criticize UVA Draft Plan For Handling Dissent

The UVA Board of Visitors has been stung by alumni criticism of a draft plan on dealing with dissent.

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Project Will Cause Shutdown Of Street That Includes UVA Hospital

A re-paving project this week on Lee Street will force visitors to UVA Hospital to make adjustments.

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Virginians Welcome Birthplace Of Country Music Museum

Fans flocked to Southwest Virginia to welcome the Birthplace Of Country Music Museum.

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National Night Out Happens Tuesday At Darden Towe Park

Albemarle Police and other county employees will observe National Night Out on Tuesday at Darden Towe Park.

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Virginia Remains Top Ten State For Farm Markets

Virginia keeps its top ten ranking on a list of states with farm markets.

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Group Created After Harrington Case Publicizes Recent Disappearances

Help Save The Next Girl is publicizing recent searches for missing persons, including Bonnie Santiago.

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Teen Inmates Make Brief Escape From Farmville Area Juvenile Facility

Some inmates at a juvenile facility near Farmville had a brief escape on Saturday.

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Outgoing CATEC Chief Likes Recent Enrollment Trends

Outgoing CATEC Director Adam Hastings likes the recent enrollment trends at his facility.

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Nine Area Residents Indicted For Multiple Felonies

The group intended to distribute 280 grams of crack cocaine as well as heroin

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Governor Visits Redskins Training Camp

Governor McAuliffe has toured the Redskins training camp in the Richmond area.

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Cantor Will Resign From Congress August 18th

Congressman Eric Cantor (R- Henrico County) will resign from Congress August 18th.

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ABC Employee Wants To Revoke License For Lockn’ Festival

An employee of the ABC Board has made an initial decision to revoke a concession license for the Lockn' Fdestival.

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Williams Provides Extensive Testimony During McDonnells’ Trial

The star witness for the prosecution in the Bob and Maureen McDonnell trial provides hours of testimony.

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