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City Officials Are Pleased With Snow Removal

Updated: 03/02/2005 - Wet weather created some slippery situations Monday, February 28th. Tuesday, with some help from the sun, airport snow removal crews and workers for the Virginia Department of Transportation cleaned up the rest of the mess.

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Water Concerns As Louisa Grows

Updated: 03/02/2005 - The Louisa County Board of Supervisors voted in favor of piping well water from rural areas to a new subdivision.

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Lowe's Out Of Snow Removal Products

Updated: 03/01/2005 - With the recent storm, people are snatching up snow shovels and ice scrapers faster than they can put them on the shelves.

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Central Virginia's Snowy Road Conditions

Updated: 03/01/2005 - Charlottesville made up for other days with less snowfall having this much on the ground. Officers patrolling the roadways are busier as a result.

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Snow Plow Accident

Updated: 03/01/2005 - Alcohol may have been a factor in an accident where a pick up truck hit a snow plow on Monday, February 28.

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Buses' Routes Unaffected By Snow

Updated: 03/01/2005 - Not everyone has an SUV to drive in bad weather. For those that don't, there is an alternative way to get to work.

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Potts Runs as Independent

Updated: 02/28/2005 - Republican Senator Russell Potts will run for governor as an independent.

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Construction on Downtown Mall

Updated: 02/28/2005 - Several businesses on the downtown mall are continuing to face two challenges: parking and construction.

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Accused Leader of Charlottesville Gang Denied Bond

Updated: 02/28/2005 - In a hearing Friday, February 25th in federal court, bond was denied for Louis Antonio Bryant, the man federal officials say was the 10-year leader of the "Westside Crew,” said to be the most powerful and violent gang in Charlottesville.

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Bill Passes to Ban Panhandlers

Updated: 02/28/2005 - Standing on a street corner holding a sign and asking for money may be a thing of the past in Albemarle County. Thanks to a bill that passed overwhelmingly in the General Assembly, panhandlers on Seminole Trail and Pantops may have to do their business elsewhere.

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Racial Intolerance Scholarship Program

Updated: 02/25/2005 - If you were once enrolled in a public school that was closed to avoid de-segregation, you may finally get some help with your education.

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New Court Date for Mundie

Updated: 02/25/2005 - A new court date has been set for Davey Mundie, the man accused in an alleged dog-fighting ring.

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Snowstorm Causes Accidents

Updated: 02/28/2005 - With treacherous weather come treacherous roads. The area had many minor accidents after the storm on Thursday, February 24.

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Local Schools Honored

Updated: 02/24/2005 - Several local public schools are being honored by the Board of Education.

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Firefighters Dedicated to the Job

Updated: 02/24/2005 - As the country is faced with a shortage of first responders, at our own local fire departments there are hardly enough openings for all the applicants.

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Fire Departments Discuss Merger

Updated: 02/24/2005 - The city announced last week the possibility of a merger between the city and county fire departments. What does this mean for the fire departments and the community?

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