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New Camp Caters to Kids Affected by Cancer

Updated: 08/10/2006 - Several different camps are available during the summer for kids whose lives have been effected by cancer. But there hasn't been one in Virginia for children whose parent have had or have cancer, until now.

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Car Crash Test Results Improve

Updated: 08/10/2006 - Officials at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety said car manufacturers are making strides to protect passengers from front and side impact crashes. It's good news for new car buyers who are looking for safety.

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School Board Election Recommendations

Updated: 08/08/2006 - For months the city School Board Task Force has been at work, focusing on whether or not a ward-based voting system would be right for Charlottesville's School Board Elections.

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Body Found in Albemarle County

Updated: 08/08/2006 - Police say they don't suspect foul play after a body was discovered in Albemarle County last night.

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Gas Pipeline Problems Impact Charlottesville

Updated: 12/27/2006 - The news that one of the country's main oil supply pipeline is closed has area drivers wondering if there will be another price spike at the pumps.

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Catfish Challenge

Updated: 08/08/2006 - Louisa County sheriffs are challenging local fishermen to bring in the biggest catfish.

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Alberene Baptist Church Target of Vandalism

Updated: 08/08/2006 - Because there were no anti-religious insignias or words spray painted anywhere , police don't think this act was an attack on the church or its members. However, its still a serious issue and one that has members of the congregation saddened.

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Fatal Culpeper Fire

Updated: 08/07/2006 - A 13 month old girl died in a house fire in Culpeper.

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UVA No Smoking Policy

Updated: 08/07/2006 - A new University of Virginia policy does not allow smoking in private offices or former indoor designated smoking areas.

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JABA Awarded for Saving Senior Facility

Updated: 08/07/2006 - The Jefferson Area Board for Aging is being recognized for its role in saving Mountainside Senior Living. Mountainside was preparing to close its doors and leave about 140 elderly people homeless.

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Nelson Uses Grant Money for New Building

Updated: 08/07/2006 - The Nelson County Service Authority received a $600,000 loan from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The money will be used to build the Authority's water and sewer operations in Colleen Business Park.

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Birth Control Prices Rise

Updated: 08/04/2006 - A top supplier of contraceptive pills and patches raised their prices last month and now a local clinic is forced to pass it on to consumers. It is going to affect women who can least afford it, women who have no health insurance.

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County Considers Affordable Housing Change

Updated: 08/04/2006 - As the price of housing in Albemarle County continues to rise, interested buyers find more and more houses creeping out of their price range. Some County lawmakers are trying to address that problem.

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HS Football Team Practices Early

Updated: 08/04/2006 - The hustle during football practice is a given. The sizzling sun is not. The sizzle is the perfect time for anyone in the sun for a long period of time to drink water.

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Charlottesville Becomes A Cool City

Updated: 08/04/2006 - Despite the heat, Charlottesville has become a "Cool City." The city is being honored for it's work finding local solutions to global warming.

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Heating Up Sales

Updated: 08/03/2006 - Everyone is feeling the heat including local businesses. For many it’s a good thing because they're seeing their profits rise right along with the mercury.

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Working Through the Heat

Updated: 08/03/2006 - While many people were able to escape the heat by going to work, for some, their jobs put them out in it.

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Fluvanna County Drug Bust

Updated: 08/03/2006 - Pounds of marijuana are off the streets after authorities in Fluvanna County made a big bust.

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New Way to Dispose of Old Electronics

Updated: 08/03/2006 - Keeping up with technology means buying new gadgets and getting rid of the old. However, environmental officials said four million tons of electronic waste is dumped into United States landfills every year. Now, a local retailer is offering a solution.

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Local Soldier Gives Gift of Life

Updated: 08/03/2006 - One of the greatest gifts that one can give is the gift of life. On Thursday, one Fluvanna County soldier is doing just that.

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JPJ Opens Doors

Updated: 08/02/2006 - After years of construction and nearly $130 million to build, the John Paul Jones Arena opened its doors for its first ever performance.

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County Fair Animals

Updated: 08/02/2006 - As temperatures continue to feel like the triple digits, organizers of the fair are taking extra precautions when it come to a kid's favorite attraction, the petting zoo.

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