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Local Woman Spends Labor Day in Labor

Updated: 09/01/2014 - Labor Day was not so relaxing for some people in Charlottesville, including a woman who gave birth to a nine-pound baby at Martha Jefferson hospital.

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City Council to Create 3 New Positions to Help Improve Public Housing

Posted: 09/01/2014 - In December of last year, the city council discussed ways in which the government could be more involved with the Charlottesville Housing Authority. On Tuesday, they will hear a report on recommended hiring to help with self sufficiency in public housing.

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Beep For Bonnie

Posted: 08/30/2014 - It's been almost two months since the disappearance of Bonnie Santiago and their family and supporters aren't giving up hope as they try to spread awareness about her disappearance.

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Hoos Fans Kickoff The Tailgate Season

Updated: 08/30/2014 - The countdown is finally over and although the Cavaliers may have come up short on the field against UCLA, outside the stadium you could tell people were happy to be back in tailgating season.

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Hoos Paint The Town Orange

Posted: 08/29/2014 - It's that time of year again and Hoos fans all of ages invaded the Downtown Mall to Paint the Town Orange. The annual pep rally celebrated the kickoff of the UVa football season as they get set to take on nationally ranked UCLA.

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The Science of Sunrise

Updated: 08/31/2014 - A photo contest showcasing some beautiful sunrises in Scottsville is paired with the science of a sunrise.

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Crozet Elementary Students Welcome Tennis To School

Updated: 08/29/2014 - It took a year and the skills of Quickstart Tennis of Central Virginia to raise $65,000 from more than a dozen generous donors, but these students can now enjoy these tennis courts for years to come.

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