Have you seen this snowplow?
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Truck catches fire, plow stolen

D&D Lawn Care got hit with a double whammy February 11 when one of its trucks caught fire and a snowplow attached to the truck was stolen. The truck was traveling on U.S. 29 southbound near Fabrics Unlimited when it burst into flame Thursday morning. Seminole Trail Volunteer Fire Department was there within three minutes […]

Bryan Silva's attorney, John March, stands next to Silva's brother and mother outside the courtroom. Staff photo

Will the 9mm match? Bryan Silva goes to grand jury

  In a preliminary hearing for Bryan Silva, the 25-year-old social media celebrity who starred in an hours-long police standoff January 3, was denied bond—again. This time, his mother, Robin, was present to testify that she had no firearms at her Orange County home and Silva could come live with her if he were allowed […]

The Regal Stonefield brought Charlottesville its first stadium-seating theaters. But it also contributed to the closing of the last two movie theater options in town.
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Movie monopoly? Regal faces lawsuits around the country

In 2000, Charlottesville had seven movie theaters. For most of 2015, it had one—Regal Stonefield Stadium 14 and IMAX—until the Violet Crown Cinema opened downtown late last year. “That’s one theater too many for Regal,” says Adam Greenbaum, owner of the Visulite in Staunton and the beloved Vinegar Hill Theatre in Charlottesville, which closed in […]

This home on East Jefferson Street has been condemned for four safety, health and sanitation violations to the Virginia maintenance code. Staff photo

Condemned house: City prepares to take next step

A house on East Jefferson Street, flanked by doors that could hardly be opened, was deemed unfit for human occupancy for being littered with items that made it “impossible to safely travel through the house in the event of an emergency,” just weeks before the emergency responders evacuated a man through a window of the home. […]

Maci Epstein, Cassie Mercer and Skylar Morton, pictured, along with Victoria Olivarez and Meghan Kelley were suspended indefinitely from the UVA women's tennis team for reasons that aren't entirely clear.
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UVA tennis players suspended

University of Virginia women’s tennis team head coach Mark Guilbeau announced that five players on the team would be suspended indefinitely for “violations of team rules” just hours before the No. 7 nationally ranked Cavaliers took on South Carolina at the Boar’s Head Sports Club January 29. Competing without five players, Virginia was forced to […]