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3,000 More Tickets to be Released for 'A Concert for Charlottesville'
An additional 3,000 tickets for "A Concert for Charlottesville" will be released at Scott Stadium Saturday. To be eligible, guests must present a UVA or valid photo ID with a current local address.
Retail Sales Rise in Albemarle, Drop in Charlottesville
The Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce says compared to this time last year, sales are up by almost nine percent in the county while down around three percent in the city.
Federal Judge Allowing Case Against Albemarle County, Officer to Go Forward
A federal judge is allowing one of four civil lawsuit against Albemarle County Police Officer Andrew Holmes to move to trial.
Louisa County Sheriffs Office Investigating Woman's Death
According to Louisa County Sheriff Major Donnie Lowe, police are investigating the discovery of a deceased woman.
Orange County Treasurer's Office to Offer Lifetime Dog Licenses
The Orange County Board of Supervisors, in coordination with the Treasurer, approved the issuance of Lifetime Dog Licenses.
Thursday High School Scores & Highlights
High School sports scores and highlights from across Central Virginia on Thursday, September 21st.
School Leaders Discuss Impact of Poverty on Students in Waynesboro, Staunton
Three elementary schools are again denied accreditation due to standardized testing scores. However, those low academic scores could be related to the students’ overall health.
University of Virginia to Hold Conference on Combatting Opioid Epidemic
Health care professionals and community members will soon join forces at the University of Virginia to tackle the growing opioid epidemic.
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Charlottesville City Council Votes to Observe Indigenous Peoples Day
Charlottesville City Council has voted to commemorate Indigenous Peoples Day on the same day that Columbus Day has been traditionally observed.