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Neighborhood News:  Charlottesville

Cville Community Invited to See W. Main Street Concept

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The public is invited to see the concept that has been developed for the future of West Main Street in Charlottesville. More>>

Study: Needs Far Outstrip Public Mental Health Services in Central VA

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Many central Virginians are not receiving the public mental health services they need, according to new research by a UVA economics professor. More>>

Free Health Screenings to be Offered at Cville Health Fair Video included

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People of all ages can get a variety of free health screenings in Charlottesville this weekend. More>>

Grant Extends Life of UVA Theology Program

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A $2.1 million grant is headed to a long-term theological research program at the University of Virginia. More>>

"Shakespeare in the Parks" Tour Kicks Off Saturday in Charlottesville Video included

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The Hamner Theater will kick off its "Shakespeare in the Parks" tour Saturday evening. More>>

BGF Recognizes Skip Wootten Volunteer of the Year

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Building Goodness Foundation (BGF) will present its 2014 Skip Wootten Volunteer of the Year Award to Paul Ackerman. More>>

Supervisors Invite Public Input on Transportation in Albemarle Video included

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Two supervisors want to hear from you about certain areas of Albemarle before they approve the county's comprehensive plan. More>>

Charlottesville Assault Suspect Now Charged with Rape

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A man already charged with assault and battery now faces a rape charge in Charlottesville. More>>

Charlottesville Boards and Commissions Seeking Applicants

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The city of Charlottesville is seeking applicants to serve on a number of boards and commissions. More>>

Grand Jury to Hear Charlottesville Rape Case

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Nathaniel Lamb, a Charlottesville man accused of abducting and raping a woman, will have his case go to a grand jury. More>>

UVA Medical Researchers Develop New Antibiotic Video included

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UVA medical researchers announced they have a new drug that could prove to be a breakthrough for thousands of people who have gastro-intestinal conditions. More>>

Children’s Well-Being Up in VA, Poverty Remains an Issue Video included

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The well-being of Virginia's children ranks among the top in the nation, but poverty threatens to undermine that progress. More>>

Wal-Mart Offers Savings Event for Teacher Appreciation Week Video included

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Teachers in the Charlottesville area have a chance to save by shopping at Wal-Mart next week. More>>

Cville-Albemarle MPO Approves Road Projects Video included

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The Charlottesville-Albemarle Metropolitan Planning Organization made some big decisions regarding the future of transportation. More>>

Healthy Virginians Aim of Conference Held at UVA Video included

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First lady Dorothy McAuliffe is joining a panel of public health experts intent on promoting policies to ensure a healthier Virginia. More>>

Head Statue Stolen from Front Yard in Fry's Spring Video included

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A prominent figure in the Fry's Spring neighborhood of Charlottesville is missing. More>>

UVA's Rotunda Restoration: New Area Blocked Off for Storm Water Line Installation

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Crews are setting up more fencing on the northwest side of the Rotunda. The university says it needs to enclose the area to install a new storm water line. More>>

Fans Celebrate "Batman Day" at Barracks Barnes & Noble Video included

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Some of Batman's biggest fans got decked out to celebrate their hero's own special day Wednesday at the Barnes & Noble at Barracks Road Shopping Center. More>>

Vehicle Fire, Fuel Spill Closes Barracks Road

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Barracks Road in Albemarle is closed in both directions between the Route 250 Bypass and Georgetown Road due to a tractor-trailer fire and diesel fuel spill. More>>

Stony Point Principal Leaving to be Chief Elementary Officer for SCPS

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Carrie Neeley, who has served as the principal of Stony Point Elementary School since 2007, has been appointed the chief elementary officer for Stafford County Public Schools. More>>

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