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Conditions improving on Central Virginia roads

Crews with the Virginia Department of Transportation continue snow operations across Central Virginia and Fluvanna as the early morning snow begins to taper to flurries, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation. 

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Snow covered roads reported in central Va., Fluvanna

 Snow is reported across Piedmont Virginia, and drivers who are traveling this morning and afternoon should anticipate encountering slick conditions, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation. Major highways are in good condition, but secondary roads are snow-covered and slick in most areas.

The main roads, including Rt. 53, are clear in Fluvanna County, but side roads remain slick in some areas. Light snow was still falling as of 11 a.m. in the county, which had received about two inches of snow. Fluvanna schools, like most central Virginia schools, are closed.

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Richmond officer appears on felony eluding charge

Travis Scott Dooley made his first appearance in Fluvanna General District Court Tuesday (Jan. 16) on one misdemeanor count of reckless driving and one felony count of eluding police.

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New School Board elects Johnson chair

It was a night of firsts.

On Wednesday (Jan. 10), the Fluvanna County School Board met for the first time with its two new members: Andrew Pullen (Columbia) and Shirley Stewart (Rivanna).

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Supervisor eager for out-of-state trip

Wants closer look at controversial recycling facility

Palmyra Supervisor Trish Eager asked her fellow Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors members Wednesday afternoon (Jan. 10) to approve her use of county money for an out-of-state trip she plans for late January.

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