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Charlottesville Pharmacy Closing Shop After 60 Years
Out with the old and in with the new. Meadowbrook Pharmacy, a Charlottesville staple that has worked to keep people healthy for 60 years, is closing up shop.
UVA: New Technique Will Help in Search for New Cancer Treatments
A new technique developed at the UVA School of Medicine may let a single cancer research lab do the work of dozens, accelerating the search for new treatments and cures.
Chip Kelly Visits Virginia Football Team
The former Oregon, Philadelphia and San Francisco head coach has visited multiple college football programs over the past few weeks, including Navy, Texas A&M and New Mexico.
Bikers Weighing in on Albemarle County Plans for Lanes
People who walk or bike west from University of Virginia grounds can weigh in on plans to add sidewalks and bike lanes.
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Augusta County Sheriff's Deputy Recovering After Crashing Cruiser
A deputy with the Augusta County Sheriff’s Office has again crashed a police cruiser. Deputy Joe Sholes is recovering from minor injuries.
Tuesday's High School Sports Scores & Highlights
Here are some of the high school scores from Tuesday night.
Interfaith Group Advocates for Affordable Senior Living at Assembly
Tuesday night, 1,000 in Charlottesville committed themselves to helping senior citizens afford housing. The massive group was part of the interfaith IMPACT organization.
Man Accused of Attempting to Kill Deputy Appears in Louisa Co. Court
The man accused of attempting to kill a sheriff's deputy back in December appeared in a Louisa County court room Tuesday for a preliminary hearing.
Journalist Who Reported on Va. Tech Shooting Speaks in Albe. Co.
For 10 years, people have coped with the impact of the 2007 Virginia Tech massacre. Now, a residential fellow with the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities is hoping his research will help tell that story.