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Past articles by John:

VCU extends spring break, moves classes online for ‘foreseeable future’

Virginia Commonwealth University is extending spring break by a week and moving classes to be taught online when the semester starts again. → Read More

Virginia Tech moving to online classes in wake of coronavirus

Virginia Tech is transitioning to online and remote instruction for all undergraduate and graduate students at all Virginia Tech locations for the remainder of the spring semester. → Read More

Americans feel tired at least three days a week, poll says

Each year, the National Sleep Foundation conducts a poll cataloging our sleep patterns. This year, it focused on how often Americans feel sleepy throughout the week and how it impacts our daily lives. → Read More

George Mason names conflict resolution program for Carters

The school says the name change recognizes the former president’s work during and after his presidency to mediate international conflicts and promote peace. → Read More

Charlottesville fills in space of stolen slave block plaque

The spot in Court Square’s sidewalk for a stolen historic marker is now bricked over. → Read More

Court delayed as new attorney takes over Lynch case

The case against a Montpelier man accused of having a sexual relationship with a young teenager is again being delayed, this time due to a change of counsel. → Read More

New court date for Louisa Co. teen accused of murder

A preliminary hearing is now set for next month for a Louisa County murder case against a teenager. → Read More

Bond again denied for man accused of abducting Louisa Co. teen

A judge in Louisa Circuit Court is denying bond for the man accused of abducting a teenager and triggering a multi-county manhunt. → Read More

Former St. Anne’s-Belfield School student found stabbed in NYC park

Police are investigating the death of a former St. Anne’s-Belfield School student in a New York City park. → Read More

Charlottesville investigating possible historic unmarked graves in Pen Park

Experts believe some of the depressions in the ground in Pen Park might be due to unmarked graves from as far back as the 1700’s. → Read More

Albemarle Co. man enters plea deal in Charlottesville assault case

David Antonio Munoz-Perez entered an Alford plea on a misdemeanor charge of assault in Charlottesville Circuit Court Friday, Dec. 6. → Read More

Charlottesville crews working to remove graffiti on Confederate statues

Last week’s graffiti on the statue of Robert E. Lee is not coming off easily. → Read More

Charlottesville crews working to remove graffiti on Confederate statues

Last week’s graffiti on the statue of Robert E. Lee is not coming off easily. → Read More

Joe Sestak drops out of 2020 Democratic presidential race

Sestak was not able to poll high enough to make the debate stage in any of the events. → Read More

Defense seeking competency evaluation for Louisa Co. teen accused of murder

The 16-year-old at the center of a fatal home invasion on S. Spotswood Tr. is asking for a mental health evaluation. → Read More

Defense seeking competency evaluation for Louisa Co. teen accused of murder

The 16-year-old at the center of a fatal home invasion on S. Spotswood Tr. is asking for a mental health evaluation. → Read More

Man accused of abducting teen now facing sex crime charges

The man accused of kidnapping a Louisa Co. teenager back in October is facing eight more charges. → Read More

Driver Shortage Ongoing Issue for Albemarle Co. Public Schools

Albemarle County Public Schools is training four new bus drivers to help fill a shortage. → Read More

Portions of Court Square Statue Again Damaged by Vandalism

The statue of a Confederate general in Court Square Park has again been vandalized. → Read More

Florida Man Accused of Making Racially-Motivated Threats Against Charlottesville Candidate

A federal grand jury in Virginia has indicted Daniel McMahon of Florida on four counts. → Read More