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Tom Tom Festival Recieves $50,000 Grant

Posted: 11/12/2014 - The Tom Tom Founders Festival announced it received a $50,000 grant from the Virginia Department of Tourism. The grant is to be used for marketing Tom Tom throughout the state and Mid-Atlantic region, Tom Tom's marketing dollars to go farther.

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Martha Jefferson HealthWise: Concussions

Updated: 11/13/2014 - Concussion awareness is certainly heightened these days and Martha Jefferson Hospital is working very hard make sure it has the various resources and expertise to help the community.

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UVa Early Action Admissions Popular

Updated: 11/12/2014 - Four years after the University of Virginia implemented its early action admissions option and almost four years later it's proving to be a very popular option for UVa hopefuls.

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Mason's Toy Box Annual Toy Drive Kicks Off With a Twist

Posted: 11/12/2014 - Red Hill Elementary was where Mason Clark Thomas attended. His school is remembering him by designing boxes for his charity to donate toys to children who must spend their holiday in the hospital.

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Albemarle Co. Sheriff's Office Re-accredited

Updated: 11/12/2014 - The Commonwealth is recognizing the Albemarle County Sheriff's Office for the way it enforces the law. The sheriff's office has been re-accredited for the fourth time.

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Jesse Matthew Moved to Facility in Fairfax Co.

Updated: 11/12/2014 - CBS19 has confirmed Jesse Matthew Jr. has been moved to a Fairfax County facility where he faces three felony charges in relation to a 2005 sexual assault.

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Conference Set On Animal Fighting in Blacksburg

Posted: 11/12/2014 - An animal protection organization says more than 100 Virginia police officers and prosecutors are expected to attend a conference on cockfighting and dog fighting.

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Businesses Voice Concerns as Rio Road Interchange Construction Inches Closer

Updated: 11/12/2014 - Once the idea of a western bypass was thrown out the window transportation officials worked to come up with a solution to the traffic issue on Route 29 in Albemarle County. With just a little under a year before construction is set to start on one of the Route 29 Solutions projects, businesses are questioning whether the highway improvement plan will only make things worse.

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Pedestrian Traffic Still Crossing Tracks

Updated: 11/11/2014 - What does it take to stop a student that's running late for class? How about rushing to pick up some takeout food after a long day? Apparently not a fence, a trespassing sign, and maybe not even a $35 fine.

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