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Park Trespassers Warned

Updated: 05/16/2005 - Trespassing is crime often overlooked by law enforcement, but now Charlottesville police are cracking down on trespassers one high crime area.

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Fundraiser To Revitalize Town

Updated: 05/16/2005 - Tomorrow begins a fundraising period in Stanardsville, in which the town hopes to raise enough money to put it back on the map as a tourist destination.

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PVCC Graduates Celebrate

Updated: 05/16/2005 - Over three-hundred students majoring in the arts or sciences moved their tassles to the left and accepted their diplomas at PVCC.

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Local Volunteers Honored

Updated: 05/16/2005 - Hundreds of volunteers were honored on Friday, May 13 for their service through out the community. It was all a part of JABA's 20th Annual Volunteer Luncheon.

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City Holds Government Fair

Updated: 05/16/2005 - Dozens of city agencies set up booths on the Downtown mall during Friday's city fair.

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Graduates Deal With Entering Real World

Updated: 05/16/2005 - Graduation is an exciting time, but it is also a scary time, especially for those who do not know what they want to do yet.

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Flag Controversy Continues

Updated: 05/16/2005 - The saga continues for David Nicholson who sold the flag on eBay that he claims flew at the Pentagon on 9/11. He filed a lawsuit in Orange County Circuit Court looking to get back what he thinks is rightfully his.

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Albemarle County Kicked Off 'Places 29'

Updated: 05/16/2005 - Ideas thrown out to help us handle growth of the future circled around the core elements of 'Places 29' which are education, public safety and security, population, and attractions.

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Second Graders Climb Their Way to the Top

Updated: 05/13/2005 - A special gift to a local elementary school has some area kids climbing up the walls, literally. For students at Venable Elementary, it’s a much needed addition.

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UVA Clinic Treats Pain With More Than Pills

Updated: 05/16/2005 - More than 40 million Americans are living with severe pain and for many of them, the painkillers their doctors prescribe can become addictive. The UVA Pain Clinic is working hard to prevent this.

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County Honors Those Who Died In Line of Duty

Updated: 05/16/2005 - A police officer dies almost every two days. Albemarle County held a ceremony in honor of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice to protect others.

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Parents Voice Concerns Of Weapons At Schools

Updated: 05/16/2005 - Fluvanna County school parents faced school officials, and got to speak their peace about how school officials handled the recent problem of finding elementary students with guns.

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Plane Causes Capitol Evacuation

Updated: 05/16/2005 - A small plane invaded the secure air space in Washington, DC causing a mass evacuation of Capitol Hill.

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New Study Suggest Homosexuality Has Biological Basis

Updated: 05/16/2005 - It's a question that has sparked controversy over the years. Are people born gay, or does something in their environment cause them to become gay? A new study may lead to some answers.

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Fitch Pledges Fiscal Discipline

Updated: 05/16/2005 - Lt. Gov. Tim Kaine and former Attorney General Jerry Kilgore are two household names in the race for governor this year. But George Fitch, Republican mayor of Warrenton, is giving Kilgore a run for his money.

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School Board Faces Turnover

Updated: 05/11/2005 - It's becoming a trend on the school board as two of three board members who are up for reappointment won't be seeking another term.

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Body Wraps Unwrapped: The Procedure

Updated: 05/16/2005 - It's a procedure that promises to improve the look of cellulite, stretch marks, and skin tone, and make you lose up to 15 inches all over your body in only one hour.

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Virginia Is For Lovers...And Tourists

Updated: 05/11/2005 - Virginia's Department of Tourism brings in $15 billion dollars a year, which markets Virginia as a premier travel destination.

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Advisory Committee In Question

Updated: 05/11/2005 - The controversy continues to brew over the hiring of a new superintendent of schools in Charlottesville City. Council members met tonight but came up with no resolution.

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Amigos Restaurant Blamed for Stomach Virus

Updated: 05/16/2005 - More than 100 students were sick with a stomach virus a week and a half ago. Some are blaming a popular restaurant on the Corner for their misery.

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