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Onetime Dean Gets Prison Sentence

A onetime dean at UVA's McIntire School of Commerce will go to prison.

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Police Respond To Sunday Night Disorder In Scottsville

Many law enforcement agencies responded to a large Sunday night disorder in Scottsville.

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Wife Of Senate Hopeful Ed Gillespie Campaigns In Albemarle

The wife of the Republican U.S. Senate nominee joined area GOP activists during a Sunday campaign event in Albemarle.

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Albemarle Uses Summer Vacation Time to Renovate Schools

Albemarle County is using the summer months to renovate some schools.

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Food Bank Has Summer Program That Feeds Many Low-Income Kids

Thousands of local low-income kids get fed this summer thanks to a federal program.

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RWSA Staff Works To Revise Drought Response And Contingency Plan

The Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority is revising its drought response and contingency plan.

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Conservationists Urge Fluvanna Supervisors To Reject Walker’s Ridge

A local conservation group urges Fluvanna Supervisors to reject proposed development near Palmyra.

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Two Men Arrested Following Stabbings On Wertland Street

Two men have been arrested following a stabbing incident in the 1100-block of Wertland Street.

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Va. Supreme Court Says UVA And Mann Split Damages From Legal Battle

Virginia's highest court has told a nonprofit to pay $250 in damages and a former UVA professor gets some of it.

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Critics Of Transmission Line Over James River Will Go To Court

Groups that are fighting proposed transmission line near Jamestown will go to court.

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Freak Accident At Campground Kills One Woman And Injures Others

A problem with a stuck accelerator triggers a fatal accident at a Virginia campground.

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Dam On Appomattox River Will Go Away

State will eliminate a dam on the Appomattox River near Petersburg.

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Abingdon Man Says His Daughter Is Princess Of Tiny African Nation

An Abingdon father of three says his young daughter is the princess of a tiny African nation.

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Area Residents March for Peace on Prospect Avenue

A march that denounced violence took place Friday at the site of Charlottesville's third homicide of 2014.

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Former Clerk of Circuit Court Employee Admits Embezzlement

A onetime Albemarle Clerk of Circuit Court employee has admitted embezzling thousands of dollars.

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Onetime Chesapeake Resident Convicted Of Spying Dies In N.C.

A onetime Chesapeake resident who was convicted for his role in a family spy ring has died in a federal prison in North Carolina.

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City Officials Endorse Historic District Status For Rugby Road

Charlotteville's planning commision wants to make a part of Rugby Road an historic district.

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Shucet And 12-Member Working Group Have First Session

Philip Shucet and a group that's tasked with working on 29 road improvements have their first sit down session.

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Rick Vrhovac Becomes New Sutherland Principal

One of Albemarle County's longtime educators is the new Sutherland Middle School principal.

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Onetime Albemarle County Teacher Has New Legal Problems

A onetime Albemarle educator has been arrested by Waynesboro Police for online solicitation of a minor.

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