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Police investigating early-morning burglary

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- The Charlottesville Police Department is investigating a burglary that occurred early Wednesday morning. According to a community alert, the incident occurred around 3:55 a.m. on the 1400 block of Virginia Avenue. Police say an unknown suspect entered the home and then left in an unknown...
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Fire destroys basement of Silk Thai Restaurant

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- Imagine coming home from a vacation to a torched property. That's exactly what happened to T.K. Chin, the owner of Silk Thai Restaurant. Two weeks ago, a fire broke out in the basement, while Chin was in Alaska. The way he was told about it made him think it was small and nothing to worry about. But, when he returned, it was anything but.
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A lot of controversy

Even though City Council just voted to pay $1.6 million for a 39-spot downtown parking lot, it refuses to promise that Lucky 7 and Guadalajara won’t be torn down in the future to build a parking garage. Photo: Skyclad Aerial. Support C-VILLE Weekly. C-VILLE Weekly is Charlottesville’s leading newspaper....
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Woke zoning: Charlottesville jettisons the word “family”

The latest attack on God’s societal building block, the family, is underway in Charlottesville. Consultants for Cville Plans Together, the City’s community rezoning effort, have recommended removing the word “family” from the revised zoning code:. HOUSEHOLD AND UNIT, NOT FAMILY. Household. The term “household” should be...
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City names new Director of Information Technology

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- The city of Charlottesville has named Steve Hawkes as its new Director of Information Technology. The department's role is to oversee the city government's information technology infrastructure, by working to supply the IT solutions and services that are required to meet a series of technology needs.
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Fourth of July parade plans for Crozet

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (WVIR) - Crozet is gearing up for its Independence Day celebration, but there is a change you need to know about. The parade is scheduled to get underway at 5 p.m. Saturday, July 2. There won’t be any fireworks due to inflation and new homes near the park.
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Locals remember 10-year anniversary of Derecho

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- On June 29, 2012, strong deadly winds and a line of severe thunderstorms taught millions in the country a new word: derecho. According to meteorologist Peter Forister, the 2012 derecho was one of the worst storms in Charlottesville's history and it caused dozens of deaths across nine states.
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Looking back on infrastructure changes since Agnes

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- On June 22, 1972, Hurricane Agnes impacted the town of Scottsville, causing major flooding. "The rain was incredible," said Scottsville resident Evelyn Edison. "I went in a raincoat and the rain was drilling right through it. I’ve never been in rain that heavy."
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The balance of power

As the new superintendent of Charlottesville City Schools, Dr. Royal Gurley, Jr. is making equity more than a buzzword. Supplied photo. C-VILLE Weekly is Charlottesville’s leading newspaper. Founded in 1989, it’s been the area’s local source for informative (and informed) stories in news, arts, and living for more than 26 years.
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Meet the new ‘Conflict Entrepreneurs’

“It is clear to us based on the gear that the individuals had with them, the stuff they had in their possession and in the U-Haul with them, along with paperwork that was seized from them, that they came to riot downtown,” said Coeur d’Alene Police Chief Lee White. It’s not every day you see […] The post Meet the new ‘Conflict Entrepreneurs’ appeared first on Daily Montanan.
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Modern Stone Age: Charlottesville Schools intros Flintstone-esque “walking school busses”

Facing a drastic shortage of school bus drivers, Charlottesville City Schools (CCS) has found prehistoric inspiration in the Flintstone-esque concept of “walking school busses.”. In a bizarre press release, CCS Superintendent, Royal Gurley, laments the division’s lack of available bus drivers (“less than 10”) and previews the Schools’ backup...
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UVA researchers looking into continuous glucose monitors

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - Researchers with UVA Health say they are uncovering a unique way for diabetics and hypoglycemics to monitor blood sugar. “Essentially, what we did was complete what’s called a pilot study,” Endocrinologist and Doctor Meaghan Stumpf said. Researchers looked at if a continuous glucose monitor,...
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Dancing away to hip-hop music under the moon

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- Eastwood Farm and Winery will be hosting a silent disco in July. Attendees will have a chance to dance the night away under a full moon while listening to hip hop music with electronic headphones. This event will be on July 16 from 10 p.m...
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Comprehensive plan overhaul raises zoning concerns

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - Some zoning concepts in Charlottesville’s Comprehensive Plan overhaul are raising Neil Williamson’s eyebrows. Williamson runs the Free Enterprise Forum. He says some of the concepts would undermine property rights, such as giving the city right of first refusal in some situations. Another would allow “sub-lots” of existing zoning lots, which Williamson believe could be illegal under state code.
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JSAAHC weighs in on Lee statue lawsuit

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - A lawsuit is looking to block the Jefferson School African-American Heritage Center from modifying the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee that used to sit in a Charlottesville park. “This is not a lawsuit against the Heritage Center, we are just named in the lawsuit....
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Caroline Helwig charting path to her passions

NORFOLK, Va. — Caroline Helwig spent her last year at the University of Alabama searching for a job. "Virginia is funny because there's a lot of colleges with a lot of athletic programs, but none of them are ever hiring," says Helwig, a Virginia resident. Helwig wasn't just looking...
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