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556 COVID-19 cases in TJHD; Statewide COVID cases up by 666

The Thomas Jefferson Health District has reported four new cases in the region, marking 556 cases. There are now ten outbreaks in the area, including one at the Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women. Read more

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556 COVID-19 cases in TJHD; Statewide COVID cases up by 666

The Thomas Jefferson Health District has reported four new cases in the region, marking 556 cases. There are now ten outbreaks in the area, including one at the Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women. Read more

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Council appoints final CRB member; Brackney backs protests

Charlottesville officials filled out the last seat on the Police Civilian Review Board and the city’s police chief commended activists for peaceful demonstrations locally over the weekend. Read more

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Residents demand firings as Stoney apologizes for police actions to hundreds outside City Hall

Residents demanded answers and called for police firings as Richmond's mayor apologized to a crowd of hundreds of people outside City Hall on Tuesday, the day after police used tear gas to disperse a peaceful demonstration at the Robert E. Lee statue shortly before the 8 p.m. curfew. Read more

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Yancey Lumber zoning violation appeal deferred

An appeal hearing for a zoning violation against Yancey Lumber Co. has been deferred again. Read more

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