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2 weeks ago

Bernie Backers Rally In Charlottesville

Local supporters of Bernie Sanders rallied Saturday in downtown Charlottesville.

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2 weeks ago

McAuliffe, Gun-Safety Advocates Sound Off

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

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2 weeks ago

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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2 weeks ago

New Threshold Amount For Larcenies

The State Senate has approved legislation that raises the threshold amount for a felony larceny conviction from $200 to $500.

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2 weeks ago

Lawmakers Honor Ex-Speaker Tom Moss

State Senator Creigh Deeds and his colleagues paid tribute Thursday to the late Tom Moss, who was a past Speaker of the House.

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2 weeks ago

Nelson Prosecutor Will Step Down

Nelson County Commonwealth's Attorney Anthony Martin plas to resign from his office, and work in a private law firm.

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Bell Gets GOP Rival For 2017 Office

A Richmond area lawyer will challenge Delegate Rob Bell (R- Albemarle) for the Republican nomination for Attorney General in 2017.

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2 weeks ago

Fourth GOP Hopeful Seeks Hurt Seat

A Rappahannock County man is the latest Republican to enter the 5th District House race.

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2 weeks ago

Lawmakers Promote Education Reform

General Assembly Republicans promote education reform measures.

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3 weeks ago

Could Bloomberg Win As Independent

The founder of UVA's Center for Politics doubts a White House bid by former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg would go far.

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3 weeks ago

Moran Unveils Funding Request

Albemarle School Superintendent Pam Moran has proposed a $174 million funding request, including an average raise of 2% for county teachers.

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3 weeks ago

More Questions About Appomattox Deal

A member of the General Assembly is asking questions about a failed business deal in Appomattox County.

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3 weeks ago

Stalemate Continues Over Judgeship

A freshman senator has decided to support Jane Roush, who was nominated last summer for the Virginia Supreme Court.

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3 weeks ago

Toscano Honors Religious Freedom Statute

Delegate Davis Toscano (D-Charlottesville) has authored a resolution that salutes Virginia's Statute on Religious Freedom.

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4 weeks ago

Some Liberty Students Plan Protest

A Liberty University law student plans to protest Monday when presidential hopeful Donald Trump speaks at the Lynchburg school.

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4 weeks ago

Obenshain Promotes Charter Schools

A Shenandoah Valley lawmaker says Virginia should make it easier to create charter schools.

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4 weeks ago

New Legislation Defines Small Business

Legislation that defines a small business in Virginia clears the House of Delegates.

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4 weeks ago

Rosensweig Leaving Planning Commission

A longtime member of the Charlottesville Planning Commission is stepping down.

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4 weeks ago

Former Nelson Deputies Lost Jobs

Nelson County's new sheriff has confirmed some deputies who worked for his predecessor were not reappointed.

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4 weeks ago

Acuff Wins Top School Board Seat

Kate Acuff has been elected as the new chairwoman of the Albemarle School Board.

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Reported Sexual Assault On Brandon Avenue

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