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Free Speech Monument, Too Free?

Updated: 03/27/2006 - The new free speech monument on the Downtown Mall isn't even finished yet, but it's already causing a stir. It's supposed to be an outlet to voice opinions, however some community members are concerned others will misuse it.

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New Home Sales Down

Updated: 03/27/2006 - A U.S. Commerce Department report says that new homes sales dropped 10.5% last month, but do those numbers hold true for Charlottesville?

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Poison Prevention

Updated: 03/27/2006 - With, or without any logo, the best way to prevent any type of poisoning is to keep products away from children.

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Scottsville Firefighter Dead At 25

Posted: 03/24/2006 - A Scottsville firefighter passed away Thursday morning, leaving behind friends and family who tried to give him a second chance.

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250 Interchange Meeting

Updated: 03/24/2006 - For the first, time the public got to weigh in on the future look and design of the Route 250 Interchange.

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Task Force Deals With School Violence

Updated: 03/24/2006 - Between threatened school staff, student fights, and weapons brought to school, Charlottesville school officials are trying to find a way to deal with this escalating violence.

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Virginia Preparing for Avian Flu

Updated: 03/24/2006 - Governor Tim Kaine along with U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Michael Leavitt issued a warning to Virginia officials Thursday.

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Students Fight to Keep Air Force ROTC Program

Updated: 03/24/2006 - Albemarle County could be doing away with their Junior Air Force ROTC program. It's a topic the school board will review tonight, but students in the program say they have many reasons why it shouldn't be cut.

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Flu Virus Spreads Across Albemarle

Updated: 03/24/2006 - In the last few weeks our area has been hit by a wave of the flu virus. It's making sick patients in the hospital even worse and the absentee list at school a lot longer.

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Non-Profits Fundraise Creatively

Updated: 03/23/2006 - Many charities and organizations rely on donations to run their programs, but what happens when that money just isn't coming in?

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Books Boosting Business

Updated: 03/23/2006 - Over the next several days, local businesses could benefit from the thousands of people attending the 12th Annual Festival of the Book.

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East End Mall Project Over Budget

Updated: 03/23/2006 - The price tag for construction on Charlottesville’s east end of the mall is $4 million higher than expected.

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Greene County Reviews Budget

Updated: 03/23/2006 - Greene County leaders got started on their budget Wednesday. They heard from about 20 different county agencies during a budget workshop.

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Local Three-Year-Old Battles Leukemia

Updated: 03/23/2006 - No one is ever prepared to hear that their child has a life-threatening illness. When a Scottsville family received the news, they knew they would have to make sacrifices and try to overcome the odds.

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Allen For President?

Updated: 03/22/2006 - At a town hall meeting in Culpeper, Senator George Allen discussed health care reform and the War in Iraq, but many wondered about his Presidential aspirations.

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Driver Charged With Manslaughter in Court

Updated: 03/22/2006 - The case against the driver charged in a wreck that killed three elderly passengers in Greene County last April has been pushed back once again.

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3 Years of War

Updated: 03/21/2006 - It has been three years since the start of the war in Iraq. While many in the Charlottesville area are supporting American troops, some are doing so from different sides of the line.

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