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CHARLOTTESVILLE – In the end, the result was the same as it always is. But on the way there, Saturday’s rivalry game between Virginia and Virginia Tech was something special.
An 1841 U.S. Supreme Court decision over a slave ship is being invoked by a Canadian extradited from Hungary on charges that he tried to help a man convicted in a $126 million fraud illegally obtain $2.3 million in tax refunds.
Thomas Warren “Tom” Moss Jr., whose tenure as speaker of the Virginia House of Delegates closed the era of Democratic dominance over the chamber, has died at 87.
Perhaps you’ve seen this distinctively wrapped Ford Transit motoring through RVA and beyond during the past couple of years.
A large part of what makes the Impreza — and most other Subarus for that matter — popular with growing numbers of buyers is that each sells for roughly the same price as similar cars in their class, but they also include all-wheel-drive. For that option on competing models, if it’s available at all, the fee ranges between $2,500 and $3,000.
The former Cokesbury bookstore building at 417 E. Grace St. could become Pop’s Market on Grace by the end of August.
We’re barely past Halloween but Melodie Walenius is already seeing sugarplums and peppermint sticks.
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