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What will change once Virginia’s state of emergency expires?

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - When the calendar flips to July in less than 10 days, Virginia will not be under a state of emergency for the first time in over 15 months. That means there will be some changes, and it’s about more than public health. Because Virginia has already...
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These houses are for sale in Mineral

(MINERAL, VA) Looking for a house in Mineral? Take a look at these listings pulled today from our classifieds, where homes from around the area are collected in one place. From stately grounds to bedrooms for the whole family, there’s something for everyone in this mix of units.
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Charlottesville City Schools approve virtual option

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - While some couldn’t wait to get back in the classroom, others are begging to stay virtual. State law requires five days of in-person instruction during the coming academic year, but Charlottesville has now approved a limited virtual plan. “We’re not trying to go back to normal,”...
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Officials proposing open alcohol container area for Downtown Mall

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- People may soon be able to publicly drink alcohol around the Downtown Mall without penalty. The Charlottesville Office of Economic Development pitched ways to help businesses recover from the pandemic to the Charlottesville City Council during a work session Monday evening. One of those proposals...
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Montpelier shares power with enslaved people's descendants

ORANGE, Va.—In a breakthrough culminating nearly 30 years of work at James Madison’s Montpelier, descendants of enslaved persons at a major national historic site for the first time will be co-equals in governing the place that held their ancestors in bondage. The National Trust for Historic Preservation, which owns the...

1604 Monticello Avenue , H

Less than a mile to Charlottesville's vibrant and historic Downtown Mall. Only a short walk to the heart of Belmont. Mountain views from the private balcony are gorgeous and makes you feel as free as a bird! This Unit H is cheerfully sun-filled and a lovely open floor plan. A top floor condo with a balcony so close to UVA! Call your Realtor today! Hardwood flooring, a chef's kitchen, maple cabinetry. An ensuite spacious master bedrooms, dining room, tiled bathrooms, a walk in closet, a jetted tub, a laundry closet with stackable washer and dryer. Great opportunity to live worry free in the ever-popular Monticello Overlook Condo complex where all your exterior maintenance is well kept by the HOA, and your water and sewer and trash pickup are all included in the dues. All hvac and plumbing were updated in thorough renovation of 2005. There is no better value in a Cville condo. There are steps to the unit that are open to the elements. This unit is required to be owner occupied. Smoke free condo complex.,Formica Counter,Maple Cabinets,Wood Cabinets.

0 Cartersville Rd, Cumberland, VA 23027

Welcome to beautiful and historic White Level Farm subdivision. This lot is centrally located, only 45 minutes to both Charlottesville and Richmond. This amazing lot boasts 23.75 acres with portion of a huge 7 acre pond. A gently sloping hillside leads to the picturesque 7 acre pond. With gorgeous views and water access this lot is the perfect site to build a home. Schedule to see this beautiful property today.
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BRAFB: volunteers on the front-lines fighting hunger in central Virginia

SCOTTSVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - Blue Ridge Area Food Bank volunteers in Scottsville are packing cars every month with fresh food to feed more than 150 families in central Virginia. “I feel like when I come here and I’m working this food bank that I am helping people and that’s why I come and volunteer,” Elberta Higdon, a volunteer with BRAFB, said.
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2021 Allen & Allen Hometown Heroes announced

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - The Allen, Allen, Allen, & Allen Law Firm is honoring four Charlottesville women with its 2021 “Hometown Heroes” award. Many of them volunteer their own time and energy, yet have not been recognized, until now. One “Hometown Hero” is Allie Hill. “Allie is great because a...
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Justin Taylor set for Saturday decision

One of the top Indiana targets from the Class of 2022 is set to announce his decision this weekend. Charlottesville, Virginia wing Justin Taylor, the No. 56 ranked prospect in the rising senior class, made the decision today to announce this Saturday among five finalists. As his Instagram post indicates,...
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Man charged in shooting incident

A Mineral man was charged with shooting at a group of Mica Road residents from a vehicle. Anthony Green, 30, was arrested after a Louisa County Sheriff’s Office deputy found him under the kitchen sink at his Cross County Road (Route 522) house on June 14, according to a criminal complaint filed in Louisa General District Court.
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Sen. Warner supports new voting rights bill

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - Virginia Senator Mark Warner and other lawmakers have introduced a bill to create a federal minimum standard for voting rights. Warner says the For The People Act would work to restore people’s right to vote, ensure votes are counted in a fair way, and work to get rid of partisan gerrymandering.