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Musicians Tune-It For Gulf Relief

Updated: 09/23/2005 - Charlottesville is know as being an artistic and music friendly town and now some are using their talents for a good cause.

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Kindergarteners Visit Apple Orchard

Updated: 09/23/2005 - Kindergarteners at Jackson-Via Elementary School welcomed the fall season by visiting Graves' Mountain Farm in Syria, Virginia.

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Local Red Cross Gears Up for Hurricane Rita

Updated: 09/23/2005 - As Hurricane Rita inches closer to land, local Red Cross volunteers are being evacuated from Houston. We spoke to one Red Cross worker via telephone.

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Revitalizing Hardy Drive

Updated: 09/23/2005 - Hardy Drive was once, one of the biggest crime areas in the city, but the Charlottesville Police Department, the housing department and the community is working to change that.

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Wood-Burning Stoves Save Dough

Updated: 09/23/2005 - With oil prices on the rise, many homeowners are switching to alternative heating sources.

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Hurricane Rita Causes Millions to Evacuate

Updated: 09/23/2005 - Hurricane Rita changed form a Tropical Strom to a category 5 hurricane in just 30 hours. Her strong winds are pushing towards the Texas coastline, causing millions to evacuate the area.

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High Cost Of Living And Low Average Annual Wages

Updated: 09/22/2005 - It costs a pretty penny to live in Charlottesville, in comparison to other cities. That high cost of living in combination with low annual average pay means a lot less expendable income for local workers.

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Fire Season May Be Extreme

Updated: 09/22/2005 - The worst fire season in local history was fall of 2001--in a five week period more than a 1,000 fires burned 10,000 acres. This year, conditions are similar if not worse.

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Meadowcreek Parkway Study

Updated: 09/22/2005 - A new study says that construction of the Meadowcreek Parkway can move forward even without an interchange in place.

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High Mercury Levels Found In Swordfish

Updated: 09/22/2005 - Large amounts of mercury have been found in swordfish sold in grocery stores in our region. If eaten in large quantities, it could do serious harm.

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Former EPA Administrator Speaks At Darden

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Updated: 09/22/2005 - The former administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency visited the University of Virginia today. It was all to kickoff Darden's 50th Anniversary Speaker Series

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Man Finds Generosity in People

Updated: 09/21/2005 - A filmmaker is traveling coast-to-coast on only $5 a day and stopped in Charlottesville.

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Board Candidates Forum

Updated: 09/21/2005 - Two of the three Albemarle School Board Candidates held a community forum to discuss their intentions.

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Controversy Among Delegate Candidates

Updated: 12/06/2005 - Some controversy sparked among the candidates for the 58th seat in the House of Delegates. It's all over what one candidate sees as a negative campaign tactic.

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Dave Matthews Band Donates Books

Updated: 09/21/2005 - A local non-profit literacy group has added 3,000 new books to its collection thanks to the Dave Matthews Band.

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