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    Hotly contested Democratic races in Petersburg and the Charlottesville area have drawn the most early votes so far in 2023, according to state election data compiled by the nonpartisan Virginia Public Access Project.

    The judge overseeing the case of Charlottesville’s former Robert E. Lee statue, the one that touched off a violent weekend nearly six years ago when white nationalists rallied for its preservation, has declined to let one of the two plaintiffs remain in the the case by changing its name.

    The Charlottesville City Council appears on its way to overturning a ruling by its Board of Architectural Review and will instead let a developer demolish the aptly named Stone House near the University of Virginia. The effort stopped short of a vote at Monday’s council meeting, but a majori…


    Two weeks after the conclusion of the wiretap, the Department of Justice filed public notice that the FBI seized $10,000 from Jenkins’ campaign account.

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