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Albemarle Supervisors Honor Dennis Rooker

The Albemarle Supervisors, along with the General Assembly, have honored former Chairman Dennis Rooker.

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Eric Hess Wins Fluvanna Sheriff’s Race

Eric Hess has defeated Mark Belew in the Fluvanna Sheriff's race.

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Hurt Reelected In 5th District

Republican Congressman Robert Hurt has been reelected by a huge margin in the 5th District.

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David Brat Elected In 7th District

Republican David Brat has defeated Democrat Jack Trammell in the 7th District congressional race.

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Voters Say Yes To Constitutional Amendment

A constitutional amendment on the Tuesday ballot got the backing of most Virginians.

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Machine Malfunctions At University Hall

A voting machine malfunctioned Tuesday at University Hall.

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Virginians Make Their Choices On Election Day

Virginians are showing up to vote during today's mid-year elections.

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Virginians Vote Using Photo ID For First Time

Virginians are now required to show a photo ID when they show up to vote.

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Candidates Bring Pre-Election Blitz To Albemarle

Congressman Robert Hurt (R- Chatham) and GOP Senate nominee Ed Gillespie made an Election Eve stop in Albemarle.

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Sabato Crystal Ball Predicts GOP Will Win Senate

The University of Virginia's Crystal Ball has predicted Republicans will take control of the U.S. Senate.

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New Attendance Rules For City Boards, Commissions

City Councilors have endorsed new attendance rules for advisory boards and commissions.

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City Pays Tribute To First Female City Councilor

The city's current leaders have paid tribute to Jill Rinehart, the first woman on City Council.

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Council Moves Toward Keeping Trucks Off Franklin Street

City Councilors expect to vote November 17th on restrictions for larger trucks on Franklin Street.

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Councilors Endorse “Streets That Work”

City Councilors have endorsed a process called Streets That Work.

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Sabato: GOP Has Good Shot At Controlling Senate

The University of Virginia's Larry Sabato says Republicans have a good shot at winning control of the U.S. Senate.

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Reminder To Bring Photo ID Tuesday

Virginia registrars urge voters to bring photo ID with them when they vote on Tuesday.

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$10 Million Gift To Montpelier

A noted philanthropist is donating $10 million to Montpelier.

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Chimney Fire Sparks Ignite Leaves; Fire Damages House

A fire damaged a house Sunday evening in the 3200-block of Old Lynchburg Road.

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UVA Chorus Honors Hannah Graham

Members of the UVA Women's Chorus provided a musical tribute to the late Hannah Graham.

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Last-Minute Campaigning In Area By Warner, Gillespie

Freshman Democratic U.S. Senator Mark Warner brings his bid for a second term to UVA.

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