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Antioch Baptist Church has opened its doors as a cooling center today (July 3) through the end of the week.

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Over 100 Fluvanna residents have already pledged to join a cash mob to shop at the EW Thomas grocery store in Palmyra this Saturday to help the distressed business.

The store lost all of his meat, including deli meats, and ice cream after power went out on Friday night because of the storm, said owner Beth Thomas. The store didn’t get power back until Sunday morning.

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Earl Dudley Jr.

Earl Junior Dudley II, 31 of Charlottesville is wanted by the Fluvanna County Sheriff's Office for two felony charges stemming from a domestic dispute that occurred in Fluvanna County, according to Lt. David R. Wells.

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It’s going to be a hot day for some people without electricty in Fluvanna. And no telling when power will come back on.

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Due to the extreme heat forecast and large amount of power outages in Fluvanna County, authorities are opening the new Fluvanna County High School cafeteria as a “cooling site” for the public, according to Sheriff Ryant Washington.

The school will be open today (June 30) starting at noon and will remain open until 6 p.m., he said.

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