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Albemarle Gets Tech Award

Updated: 07/24/2006 - For four years in a row Albemarle County has ranked top in the nation and it is once again being honored for being one of the most technology savvy county's in the country.

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Airport Traffic Slows

Updated: 07/24/2006 - The Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport has seen a slight dip in the number of people boarding flights this year.

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Celebrating a Milestone

Updated: 07/24/2006 - Saturday evening was a special night for some life-long friends. Burley High School's class of 1956 marked their 50-year class reunion.

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Bakery Gives Opportunities

Updated: 07/24/2006 - Many companies are driven by profit, but there is one local bakery that exists to better its employees.

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John Paul Jones Arena Opens It's Doors

Updated: 07/23/2006 - Both residents and visitors turned out on Saturday to see what all the excitement surrounding the arena was about. After touring the facility, they quickly learned.

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Sneak Peek at JPJ

Updated: 07/21/2006 - After four years of planning, 34 months of construction, 600,000 bricks and $130 million, the John Paul Jones Arena is ready to open.

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Volunteering Has a Health Benefit

Updated: 07/21/2006 - During retirement many senior citizens spend their time volunteering, which is something that benefits the community. But a new study finds it has health benefits as well, that may even prolong their life.

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Marijuana: A Growing Problem

Updated: 07/21/2006 - Louisa County Sheriffs made a huge marijuana bust yesterday confiscating 352 marijuana plants but how much of a problem is growing and selling pot in our area?

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School Bus Mechanic Faces Sex Charges

Updated: 07/21/2006 - A man who works closely with Madison County school buses, and sometimes with the county's students is in jail facing charges of having sex with a minor. One simple phone call has the man facing trial.

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Laws Make Home Schooling Easier

Updated: 07/21/2006 - The home schooling movement is growing in Virginia, thanks to the help of new regulations that allow parents with only a high school diploma to teach their children.

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Running for Health and Cause

Updated: 07/20/2006 - Charlottesville has been ranked as one of the most active cities in the country--but if you're not part of the exercise trend don't worry, it's not too late to start.

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Closer Look Into Crossing Railroad Tracks

Updated: 07/20/2006 - A lot of the railroad distraction includes cars trying to beat the train, people setting up shop near the tracks, and even people walking out in front of the moving train.

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Pastor Charged with Child Pornography

Updated: 07/20/2006 - A former Peace Lutheran Church Associate Pastor is charged with child porn and video taping adults without their knowledge.

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Oxygen Heals Wounds

Updated: 07/19/2006 - We need oxygen to survive, but inhaling it in it's purest form may have health benefits and healing that you can see right before your eyes.

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Life Without Air Conditioning

Updated: 07/20/2006 - Most people escaped the recent heatwave by staying indoors. However, some residents still don't have that luxury.

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Louisa Man Charged in Pregnant Teen’s Murder

Updated: 07/20/2006 - After five years of searching for the person who killed a pregnant Fluvanna County teenager, sheriffs in Louisa County announce they’ve made an arrest and the victim's family says it's the person they suspected all along.

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