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Cracking Down on Speeders

Updated: 07/26/2006 - Drivers treat Old Lynchburg Rd. more like a highway than byway and neighbors are fed up.

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Rick Turner Retires From UVA

Updated: 08/02/2006 - Rick Turner, the UVA Dean of African American Affairs, has announced he is retiring. The news comes months after he admitted lying about a drug dealer in a federal case.

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Meth Conspiracy Defendants Face Federal Judge

Updated: 07/27/2006 - Thirteen of the 19 people arrested for allegedly being involved in a methamphetamine conspiracy did face a judge for bond hearings and arraignments. Only one of them made bond today, and another was already out on bond.

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Gas Prices Impacting Bike Sales

Updated: 08/21/2006 - The rise in gas prices may be driving down the number of cars on the roads, but it's pushing up the number of bikes moving across town.

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Frisbee Plus Golf Equals A New Sport

Updated: 07/31/2006 - Charlottesville is one of the most active cities in the country and people are always coming up with creative ways to exercise.

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Camp Celebrates Grandparent's Day

Updated: 08/16/2006 - The event was organized by a non-denominational religious group, and all who attended said it was a fun time.

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Local Soap Box Derby Champion

Updated: 07/31/2006 - While driving your car over the speed limit might get you a ticket, going fast on the road isn't always a bad thing. There's is a place where speed can earn you some respect at a Soap Box Derby. A teen from Fluvanna County placed third in the All American Soap Box Derby last weekend.

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Community Mediation Center Closing

Updated: 07/25/2006 - An organization that has helped the community for over 20 years is now being forced to close its doors.

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Boat Race Down the Rivanna

Updated: 07/31/2006 - It was a photo finish for a group of middle schoolers who competed in a boat race down the Rivanna River. The Lewis and Clark Exploratory Center sponsored the Great Pirogue Race at Darden Towe Park.

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Composer's Daughter Heads to Charlottesville

Updated: 07/25/2006 - The music of famed composer, Leonard Bernstein, is making its way to Charlottesville. The daughter of the West Side Story writer, Jamie Bernstein Thomas, will give a presentation at Piedmont Virginia Community College next Monday.

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Bomb Scare Ends Peacefully

Updated: 07/25/2006 - Residents in the Northwoods Mobile Home Park were evacuated for nearly 7 hours after a man threatens to blow himself up.

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Addicted To Technology

Updated: 07/25/2006 - Cell phones have become the primary form of communication these days, but researchers are warning that what originally made life easier, could be causing more harm than good.

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Community Remembers Fallen Soldier

Updated: 07/24/2006 - The Ruckersville community is remembering 22-year-old Adam Fargo, killed in the line of duty on Saturday morning.

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Podcasting Catches On

Updated: 01/02/2007 - A podcast can be up and running for the world to see in less than five minutes. Podcast experts say podcasts are getting the same reactions as email did when it first came out.

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Official Start Date for Nelson EMTs

Updated: 07/24/2006 - Answering emergency calls for help in Nelson County just got a lot easier. For the first time ever, the county welcomes paid EMTs.

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More Projects Needed for Day of Caring

Updated: 07/24/2006 - United Way officials say they've got the volunteers if you need the help. It's part of their annual Day of Caring.

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Albemarle Gets Tech Award

Updated: 07/24/2006 - For four years in a row Albemarle County has ranked top in the nation and it is once again being honored for being one of the most technology savvy county's in the country.

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Airport Traffic Slows

Updated: 07/24/2006 - The Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport has seen a slight dip in the number of people boarding flights this year.

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Celebrating a Milestone

Updated: 07/24/2006 - Saturday evening was a special night for some life-long friends. Burley High School's class of 1956 marked their 50-year class reunion.

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Bakery Gives Opportunities

Updated: 07/24/2006 - Many companies are driven by profit, but there is one local bakery that exists to better its employees.

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Incredible Canines

Updated: 07/31/2006 - A local non-profit group trains dogs to assist people with physical disabilities.

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