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Blue Ridge Children’s Museum finds home in Downtown Waynesboro

WAYNESBORO — The Blue Ridge Children’s Museum has been in search of a home for several years to continue to provide families in the Central Shenandoah Valley opportunities to explore natural, historical and cultural resources in the community. The museum obtained a building at 201 Short Street in...
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Pro-choice crowd rallies in downtown Charlottesville

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - A rally to protest the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to over turn Roe v. Wade brought together more than 50 people on Charlottesville’s downtown mall. The Blue Ridge Abortion Fund and Cville Dems both spoke about the danger of an America without access to...
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NCAA champion Emma Navarro turns pro

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 SPORTS) -- Virginia women's tennis star Emma Navarro announced she will forgo her remaining eligibility to pursue a professional tennis career. The sophomore two-time All-American will make her professional debut at the LTP 100K ITF Women’s Pro Circuit event in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina from June 27-July 3.
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Augusta Free Press

The Center at Belvedere hosts fundraiser on September 10

The Center at Belvedere in Charlottesville will host a fundraiser, The Center Soirée: Anchors Aweigh, on September 10 at 5:30 p.m. The fundraiser will celebrate and support access to healthy aging opportunities. The event will include themed areas of live music and dancing, with cuisine and cocktails to match,...
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Virginia’s Navarro opts to pursue professional career

Virginia women’s tennis sophomore Emma Navarro has announced that she will not be returning to the University as she will be pursuing a professional tennis career. “To the entire UVA family, thank you for making Charlottesville a home for me these past two years,” Navarro said. “To my coaches, thank you for your unconditional support on and off the court and for working so hard to make me a better tennis player and better person. To my teammates, thank you for pushing me every day and for being by my side through the ups and the downs. I couldn’t have asked for a better group of coaches, teammates, and support staff to have experienced college tennis with and for that, I will be forever grateful. Once a Hoo, always a Hoo.”
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University of Virginia tennis star Emma Navarro leaving school to turn pro

University of Virginia second-year Emma Navarro will forego the remainder of her college career to pursue opportunities on the professional tennis circuit. “To the entire UVA family, thank you for making Charlottesville a home for me these past two years,” Navarro said. “To my coaches, thank you for your unconditional support on and off the court and for working so hard to make me a better tennis player and better person. To my teammates, thank you for pushing me every day and for being by my side through the ups and the downs. I couldn’t have asked for a better group of coaches, teammates, and support staff to have experienced college tennis with and for that, I will be forever grateful. Once a Hoo, always a Hoo.”
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Shenandoah’s ‘Woman of the Year’

June 25, 1987 — The Shenandoah Homemaker Club honored Virginia Melton as Shenandoah’s “Woman of the Year” during the group’s 12th annual summer banquet Saturday evening. Mrs. Melton, a retired Page County school teacher, was presented a corsage, a certificate and a white crocheted basket...
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UVA Fan Reacts Survey: What’re your thoughts on the UVA football program?

As Tony Elliott has taken over as the head coach of Virginia football, we here at Streaking the Lawn want to know what YOU, the fan, are thinking about the state of the UVA football program and your expectations for this coming 2022 football season. A solid chunk of last year’s roster is returning and Elliott has hit the ground running. Time will tell, but we’d love to know how you feel!
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Dabbs Wins Gold at USATF Outdoor Championships

EUGENE, Ore. – Ethan Dabbs of the Virginia men’s track and field team won gold in the javelin at the USATF Outdoor Championships in dramatic fashion at historic Hayward Field on Sunday (June 26). Dabbs’ initial mark of 72.99 meters (250’0”) after three throws was just enough to...
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BRHD’s Mobi vaccinating children under 5 years old

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - For the first time on Sunday, June 26, ‘Mobi,’ the Virginia Department of Health’s mobile unit vaccinated children from six months to five years old. Mobi parked at Tonsler’s Park in Charlottesville to vaccinate 50 children under five and even more adults. It...
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Elkton town council member gives insight to why town manager was fired Monday

ELKTON, Va. (WHSV) - On Monday, the Elkton Town Council voted 4-2 to fire town manager Greg Lunsford. After his firing, the town shut down the town hall and the community center for the remainder of the week. Town Council member Phillip “Rick” Workman, who was one of the two no votes on Monday spoke to WHSV about Monday’s decision.
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