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Washington And Lee Removes Flags From Its Lee Chapel

Washinton and Lee University is taking some 1995 Confederate flags out of the school's Lee Chapel.

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Redskins Blogger Throws In Towel After Two Weeks On Job

A blogger who joined the Redskins' payroll to defend the team's name has resigned.

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African-American Ministers Upset About City Homicides

Area pastors have let City Councilors know they are upset about three homicides and other violent acts.

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Charlottesville Man Wounded In Knife Attack

A Charlottesville resident has survived a knife attack in the Fifeville neighborhood.

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Eight Killed On Virginia Roads During Holiday Weekend

8 people, including a woman visiting Albemarle County, died on Virginia highways during the holiday period.

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Lynchburg Woman Killed In Crash On 29 South

A woman was killed Monday in a single-vehicle crash on 29 South in Albemarle County.

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More Comments On Belmont Bridge

Downtown resident David Repass and other Charlottesville residents are lobbying City Councilors regarding the Belmont Bridge.

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Louisa Teacher Elected To National Leadership Position

A longtime employee of the Louisa schools wins a major post in the National Education Association.

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Hurt Discusses Immigration Reform On Schilling Show

Area Congressman Robert Hurt (R-Chatham) discussed immigration policy on the Schilling Show.

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Recent UVA Study Shows Many People Can’t Sit Quietly For Long

University of Virginia researchers have found many people can't sit quietly for very long.

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City Police Investigate Murder

City Police are investigating Charlottesville's third homicide of 2014.

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Councilor Reacts To New Library Cell-Phone, Food Policy

A councilor hopes the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library system's new policy on cell phones won't cause grief.

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Opposition To Adding Bike Lanes On Elliott Avenue

An Elliott Avenue resident has urged city officials to reconsider bike lanes near his home.

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New Assistant Principal At CHS

Charlottesville High School's newest assistant principal has already taught at CHS.

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Historical Marker At Watson Avenue House

A 19th-century house on Watson Avenue in Charlottesville will get a Virginia historical marker.

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Drill Tuesday At North Anna

A federal agency will conduct an exercise this week testing Virginia's ability to respond to a mock emergency at North Anna.

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Virginia Tech Lacrosse Player Dies In NC

A Virginia Tech student has died after a Friday afternoon accident involving a rope swing in North Carolina.

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Girl Drowns In Spotsylvania County Lake

A young girl drowned Friday night in Spotsylvania County's Lake Wilderness.

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Fluvanna Investigators Look For Scottsville Area Woman

Janet Renee Field, who's from the Scottsville area, has not been since Wednesday.

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Charlottesville School Board Returns Some Money To City Hall

The Charlottesville School Board has agreed to send nearly $67,000 back to City Hall.

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Israeli soldiers patrol outside the northern Gaza Strip on July 28, 2014.

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Bicyclist Killed In Albemarle

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There was a fatal accident involving a bicyclist Saturday at Walnut Creek Park.