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EtherCO2 (ECO2) was launched in February 2018 at BTWH exchange
EtherCO2 (ECO2) is a token representing one unit of right to share the future carbon credit and income of Carbon Energy World PLC . EtherCO2 token holders can mine new tokens by walking. EtherCO2 aims to create5...
Kyle Guy: 'This is the Greatest Team I've Ever Played For'
The UVa men's basketball team put together one of the best seasons in program history, despite the surprise early exit from the NCAA Tournament.
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Northam Approves Regulatory Bill Addressing Secondary Road Parking
Governor Ralph Northam has approved House Bill 776, which will allow Albemarle to regulate parking on secondary roads.
Habitat for Humanity Helps Two Women Become Homeowners
Habitat for Humanity handed over the keys to first-time homeowners during a dedication in Charlottesville's Rose Hill Neighborhood.
UVA Women's Basketball Falls 66-56 to South Carolina in 2nd Round of NCAA Tournament
The No. 10 seed Virginia women's basketball team lost 66-56 to No. 2 seed South Carolina in the women's NCAA Tournament's Albany Regional on Sunday night.
Charlottesville City Council To Hold Public Hearing on how to Spend Taxpayer Dollars
Charlottesville City Council is preparing to hear remarks from the public about the city's plan to spend taxpayer dollars.
League of Women Voters Discuss Equal Rights Amendment
The Charlottesville-Albemarle League of Women Voters hosted a talk about the Equal Rights Amendment on Sunday, March 18, at City Space.
Gov. Northam Signs Medical Cannabis Oil Bill Into Law
People in Virginia are now legally able to get a form of medical marijuana for treatment of any diagnosed condition or disease.
Update: DeAndre Harris Found Not Guilty in Connection to Aug. 12 Rally
DeAndre Shakur Harris, a Suffolk-area man accused of assaulting a person following the Unite the Right rally has been found not guilty.