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Charlottesville Right Now

Charlottesville Right Now

Weekdays from 4 – 6pm
We go beyond the headlines, digging deeper into stories that matter to you.
It’s local talk, local issues, local radio at it’s very best!
Join NewsRadio 1070 WINA’s Les Sinclair weekdays for the news and newsmakers of the day.
Join the conversation at 434-977-1070
Charlottesville Right Now is Front Page Radio.

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Friday, April 10, 201504/10/2015

Abby Harris

Abby Harris is with the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library and talks with us about the celebration taking place at the Northside branch on April 18th.

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Thursday, April 9, 201504/09/2015

Joanne Grossi

Joanne Grossi Regional Director H.H.S. with the status of the Affordable Care Act talks with Les Sinclair on how it has impacted the lives of your listeners and what can be expected in the future.

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Thursday, April 9, 201504/09/2015

Claire Guthrie Gustanaga

ACLU of Virginia Executive Director Claire Guthrie Gastañaga, talks with Les Sinclair about the privacy concerns the ACLU has about Gov. McAuliff’s amendments to bi-partisan bills.

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Wednesday, April 8, 201504/08/2015

Lt. Steve Upman

Lt. Steve Upman talks with Les Sinclair about the Gang Resistance Education and Training (GREAT) as part of the GRACE gang task Force and the Summer Camp offering.

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Wednesday, April 8, 201504/08/2015

Jeff Sanders

Jeff Sanders is the President of the Monticello Wine trail and owner of Glass House Winery and talks with Les Sinclair about the TASTE of Monticello Wine Trail Festival.

Tuesday, April 7, 201504/07/2015

Trent Kerns

Allen & Allen President Trent Kerns, joins us to talk about the request for submissions for the Allen & Allen hometown Heroes.

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Tuesday, April 7, 201504/07/2015

Kyle Kondik

Kyle Kondik, Managing Editor, Sabato’s Crystal Ball University of Virginia Center for Politics, talks with Les Sinclair about the implications of Rand Paul entering the Presidential race as a Republican.

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Tuesday, April 7, 201504/07/2015

Nancy Sorrells

Nancy Sorrells with Augusta County Alliance talks with Les Sinclair about their delivery of 5,000+ messages Challenging Gov. McAuliffe about the Controversial Dominion Pipeline.

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Monday, April 6, 201504/06/2015

Van Parker

Van Parker, Executive Director Mediation Center of Charlottesville, talks with Les Sinclair about the benefits of mediation in resolving disputes.

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Monday, April 6, 201504/06/2015

Ryan Lightner

Ryan Lightner, Children’s Miracle Network Program Coordinator, updates us on the Cares For Kids Radiothon. The finally tally, with the help of listeners like you is: $50,328!

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