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Talking House Talks Up Sales

Updated: 07/07/2006 - You know the saying "if this old house could talk!" Well, now it can. The talking house has arrived but don't worry your secrets are safe.

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Pedestrian Safety on Hydraulic Road

Updated: 07/07/2006 - Pedestrians illegally crossing on Hydraulic road draws concerns after a 13-year-old girl was struck by a car Wednesday afternoon.

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Board Approved Food-and-Beverage Tax

Updated: 07/07/2006 - The Town of Louisa already pays a food-and-beverage tax when they go out to restaurants, but now the same rule may apply for Louisa County.

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Downtown Mall Celebrates Birthday

Updated: 07/06/2006 - It is the 30th anniversary of the Downtown Mall and things are quite different now. The most obvious is the fact that you can sit, walk, and shop in the middle of the street -- but also that most businesses are much more successful today.

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Louisa County Adding Development

Updated: 07/06/2006 - The Lake Anna Waterfront will see some growth as developers turn 28 acres into residential area.

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Teen Struck By Car

Updated: 07/06/2006 - A 13-year-old girl was seriously injured on Wednesday after being struck by a car on Hydraulic Road.

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Virginia Student Grants

Updated: 07/06/2006 - Governor Tim Kaine is urging Virginia students to apply for new federal grants worth between $750 and $4,000.

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Advance Mills Bridge to Reopen

Updated: 07/06/2006 - Advance Mills Bridge in northern Albemarle County is slated to reopen in a few weeks. Structural damage caused its closure earlier this year.

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New Wine Law Hurting Small Wineries

Updated: 07/06/2006 - Under the new law, Virginia wineries are no longer allowed to sell their products directly to customers. For the smaller vineyards, this new law means a decrease in profits that could possibly lead to the businesses going under.

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Lake Monticello Swimmers Support Troops

Updated: 07/06/2006 - The support for Captain Thomas Powers, and his brother Major Timothy Powers, will be given in supplies for care packages.

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New Era for City Council

Updated: 07/06/2006 - Tonight began a new era for the Charlottesville City Council as two new members took their seats.

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Surprise Storm Causes Damage

Updated: 07/04/2006 - A small storm with a lot of power made its way into the area on Sunday leaving several people surprised at its damage.

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Local Caterer Offers Grilling Tips

Updated: 07/03/2006 - John Atkins, from The Barbecue Connection, shows how to make the best of your Fourth of July cookout.

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Man Stabbed in Face Multiple Times

Updated: 07/03/2006 - A Charlottesville resident has been accused of stabbing a man in the face several times after an argument.

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Crozet's 4th of July Parade

Updated: 07/03/2006 - Crozet held it's annual Fourth of July Parade Saturday afternoon. Hundreds showed up to see the parade make it's way through town.

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Holiday Gas Prices on the Rise

Updated: 07/03/2006 - As Virginians hit the roads this weekend, they're likely to find some higher prices at the gas pump. In some parts of the country, gas was up ten cents from Thursday to Friday.

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Mall Celebrates 30th

Updated: 07/03/2006 - The Downtown Mall is celebrating its 30th anniversary.

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