Greene County, VAcbs19news

Man arrested for child abuse, neglect

GREENE COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- The Greene County Sheriff's Office says a man has been arrested for child abuse and neglect. The sheriff's office's Special Victims Unit arrested Walter Ray Jenkins on Tuesday. According to a release, the sheriff's office and Greene County EMS and Fire responded to a...
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Virginia StateDaily News-Record

More Women Being Hired As Cops In The Area

As a high school student in Madison County, Melissa Quesenberry attended a weeklong program with the Virginia State Police. It was then the now 26-year-old realized that she wanted to be a police officer one day. “I fell in love with the career path,” Quesenberry said. “I felt drawn to...
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Albemarle County, VAWHSV

Owner of Fashion Square Mall files for bankruptcy

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (WVIR) - The owner of the Fashion Square Mall has filed for bankruptcy. Washington Prime Group filed for Chapter 11 on Sunday, June 13, so it can restructure and pay down $1 billion in debt. The group blames the coronavirus pandemic for its financial woes. The public...
Charlottesville, VAwina.com

Charlottesville man’s remains found near abandoned accident vehicle near I-64 in Goochland County

CHARLOTTESVILLE (WINA) – State Police report remains of a Charlottesville man were found late Saturday night nearly 24 hours after a car was found abandoned near I-64 in Goochland County. A trooper responded to a report of an abandoned vehicle shortly after 2:30 Saturday morning on the Route 288 flyover ramp to westbound 64 in Goochland. He found a 2005 Cadillac sitting across the travel lanes of the flyover with damage from hitting the jersey wall on the left side of the road.
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Albemarle County, VAwina.com

ACHS Speaker Series presents history of Foxfield farm

Join us on Tuesday, June 15th, at 7pm for a talk by Sam Towler who grew up near Foxfield at Schelford Farm. Sam will present the history of every owner of Foxfield from the Monacan Indians to the present day, with information on the farm’s former enslaved African Americans, when the property was one of the area’s first airports, and a short history of the nearby Hunt Country Store.
Virginia Statecbs19news

Body of Charlottesville man found in Goochland County

GOOCHLAND COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- The Virginia State Police reports that the body of a Charlottesville man was found in Goochland County. According to police, troopers responded to an abandoned 2005 Cadillac sedan that was sitting across the travel lanes of the flyover from Interstate 288 to westbound Interstate 64 around 2:40 a.m. Saturday.
Grottoes, VADaily News-Record

Grottoes Approves $3.4 Million Budget, Names Police Chief

GROTTOES — Grottoes Town Council approved its $3.4 million budget for fiscal year 2021-22, which goes into effect July 1. Action was taken on the budget during Monday’s Town Council meeting. Council members Jim Justis and C. W. Stephenson were absent. The approved budget includes utility fee increases of 3.53%,...
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Teel: Elated, exhausted, impervious UVA on to Omaha and College World Series

The lock-down reliever has stitches in his head from a recent weightlifting accident, while his battery mate is nursing a broken finger. The daring rookie outfielder is fast-tracking icon status, while the veteran shortstop never takes a game off. With considerable assistance from their teammates Monday, this captivating cast lifted...
Crozet, VANBC 29 News

Crozet Downtown Community Initiative reveals renderings of new downtown space

CROZET, Va. (WVIR) - Crozet is one step closer to having a new downtown area. During Monday night’s Downtown Community Initiative meeting, some renderings were shown. You can see them in the video above. The design features a stage with a lawn, fountain, fireplace, room for art, and it’s all next to a hotel and a building for offices and businesses.
Albemarle County, VAcbs19news

County residents not receiving mail again

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- Several Albemarle County residents say they haven't received their mail in days or weeks, and this isn't the first time they've had this problem. Crozet resident Diana Williams says an empty mailbox is nothing new. In fact, she says this has been going on...
Rockingham County, VANorthern Virginia Daily

Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation receives conservation grant

The Shenandoah Valley is home to several Civil War battlefields, including Rockingham County’s own Port Republic Battlefield. The battlefield consists of nearly 5,400 acres, but only 366 acres are protected by the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation. With help from the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation, the foundation is one step closer to protecting an additional 107 acres.
Charlottesville, VAWHSV

UVA developing marijuana policy

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - Although Virginia is soon to make pot legal, universities are still dealing with how to handle it on campuses. A spokesperson says the University of Virginia is in the process of developing a policy about it, but couldn’t say when an announcement about it would be coming.
Albemarle County, VANBC 29 News

Albemarle Co. offering free vehicle charging

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (WVIR) - Six charging stations will be able to service nine electric or plug-in hybrid vehicles at the Albemarle County Office Building. “The charging stations behind me are what are known as fast chargers, so they’re built for kind of a newer generation of vehicles,” Albemarle County Climate Protection Program Manager Gabriel Dayley said.
Charlottesville, VAEurekAlert

Head impacts and abnormal imaging findings in youth football players over consecutive seasons

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (JUNE 15, 2021). In this longitudinal study, researchers from Wake Forest School of Medicine and the University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas, Texas, examined the frequency and severity of head impacts experienced by youth football players and how exposure to head impacts changes from one year to the next in returning players. The researchers then compared the resulting data with findings on neuroimaging studies obtained over consecutive years in the same athletes. The comparison demonstrated a significant positive association between changes in head impact exposure (HIE) metrics and changes in abnormal findings on brain imaging studies. Full details of this study can be found in the article "Analysis of longitudinal head impact exposure and white matter integrity in returning youth football players" by Mireille E. Kelley, PhD, and colleagues, published today in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics.
Waynesboro, VAAugusta Free Press

Summer program for Waynesboro students makes school fun

News, press releases, letters to the editor: augustafreepress2@gmail.com. WAYNESBORO — Waynesboro Schools Summer Enrichment Program has put the fun in summer school this year. Implemented by the school system to enable students who might have experienced a gap in virtual learning during the pandemic, the program began June 7. From...
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