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  1. Crozet to Get a Catholic ChurchRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 7 | Crozet Gazette

    From left: Michael Marshall, chair of the Crozet Mass Committee; Vicar General Msgr. Mark Lane; Judicial Vicar Msgr.

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  2. CCAC Invites Community To Discuss Perrone Robotics' Move To FormerBarnes Lumber SiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 6 | Crozet Gazette

    On December 14 the Crozet Community Advisory Committee met at The Meadows Community Center to discuss an allowable-use amendment seeking to expedite Charlottesville-based tech-company, Perrone Robotics Inc.'s move to the Barnes Lumber site in downtown Crozet. The meeting was the result of the CCAC's unanimous decision to support the amendment at November's meeting.

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  3. Field School Clears First Hurdle for RelocationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 6 | Crozet Gazette

    Field School of Charlottesville has been a welcome resident of Crozet for the past decade, but they are looking to relocate to larger, more up-to-date quarters closer to Charlottesville. The Albemarle County Planning Commission voted unanimously at its December 13 meeting to recommend approval of the Field School's application for a special-use permit to build a new campus on 25 idyllic acres on Barracks Road, just west of Charlottesville near the Colthurst Farms subdivision, and about 1000 feet from the nearest development area.

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  4. Patina Pops UpRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 6 | Crozet Gazette

    They were here and now they're gone. "Furnish," the temporary shop that opened for a month or so in the building adjoining Gateway Market, gave December visitors a small glimpse of the antiques, gifts and small furnishings available at Patina in Charlottesville, many with a specific holiday focus.

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  5. Secrets of the Blue Ridge: The Country Store at GreenwoodRead the original story

    Friday Jan 6 | Crozet Gazette

    This modern masonry building was built as the new home for the Country Store in 1940 after an earlier frame structure was destroyed by fire. It remains a popular destination today for those searching out antiques and one-of-a-kind treasures.

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  6. Perrone Robotics Brings Silicon Valley Innovation to CrozetRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 6 | Crozet Gazette

    Over the past 15 years New Jersey native and automotive software pioneer Paul Perrone has made Crozet his home. He shops at the local grocery, his kids attend Western Albemarle schools, he sips coffee at Mudhouse and he's stoked about the recent addition of the Crozet Bicycle Shop.

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  7. Crozet Weather Almanac: December 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 6 | Crozet Gazette

    This year will go down as the sixth warmest year ever in Crozet/Charlottesville. We have 106 years of records with good enough data to count.

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  8. Robert James ScalletRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 3 | Crozet Gazette

    Robert James Scallet, known to almost all as Cid, died suddenly of an acute cardiac event on December 21, 2016, at the age of 63. Cid and his high school sweetheart, Liza, walked into Monticello forty years ago and walked out life-long members of the Charlottesville-area community. Cid will be remembered by even casual acquaintances for being larger than life, and making them feel the same way.

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  9. Crozet to Get a Catholic ChurchRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 16, 2016 | Crozet Gazette

    From left: Michael Marshall, chair of the Crozet Mass Committee; Vicar General Msgr. Mark Lane; Judicial Vicar Msgr.

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  10. Mechum's Trestle Restaurant Slated to Break GroundRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2016 | Crozet Gazette

    For most Crozet residents-and especially those that've been around a while-there is a sense of personal involvement surrounding the vacant lot at the intersection of Route 240 and Highway 250. This is because, despite the past 20 years of neglect and decay, from Pop and Ethel's to The Gallery, the site was the home of much-loved eateries.

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  11. Students Remember Beloved Mr. B.Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2016 | Crozet Gazette

    Both Western Albemarle High School and Henley Middle Schools students responded to their grief and shock over the death of beloved music teacher Eric Betthauser, affectionately known as Mr. B, on their first day back after the Thanksgiving break. Mr. Betthauser, 43, was killed in a car accident by an accused drunk driver on Tuesday evening, Nov. 22. WAHS principal Darah Bonham placed a music stand in front of the school where students collected flowers and cards, and opened the choir room all day on Monday, Nov. 28, for students to gather and express their grief.

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  12. Roundabouts Seen as Managing Traffic GrowthRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2016 | Crozet Gazette

    Traffic roundabouts are the long-term solution to problematic intersections in the Crozet area, VDOT resident engineer Joel DeNunzio told the Crozet Board of Trade at their meeting November 21 at Pro Re Nata Brewery. Meanwhile, he said, expect to see temporary traffic lights installed, starting with the intersection of Rt.

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  13. From the Editor: Crozet's Economy is Ready to BoomRead the original story

    Dec 2, 2016 | Crozet Gazette

    The Crozet business scene is in an unusual churn that suggests an expansion that recognizes the number of new residents in town. Part of the excitement is the anticipated grand opening Dec 10 of Drew and Michelle Holzwarth's Piedmont Place in downtown.

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  14. Crozet Annals of Medicine: What's Normal?Read the original story

    Dec 2, 2016 | Crozet Gazette

    The holidays are upon us, time to take some time off, slow down and connect with friends and family. Time to celebrate with good food and drink.

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  15. Western Albemarle Presidents Take Inaugural Youth Football ChampionshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2016 | Crozet Gazette

    Matthew Alter and Austin Shifflett provide key downfield blocks as John Buetow scores one of his three TDs. Photo: Mary Buetow.

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  16. Madelon GrimesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2016 | Crozet Gazette

    Madelon was a phenomenal woman who paved her own path. She was the baby in her family and the only one born in Crozet, Va., where she was a lifelong resident in her heart.

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  17. Myriam Germaine PittsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2016 | Crozet Gazette

    Myriam Germaine Marcelle Pitts, neA Bessemans, 59, of Charlottesville, passed away peacefully in her home, surrounded by her family on Monday, November 7, 2016. She will be dearly missed and remembered for her great spirit, love of family, and passion for living life to the fullest.

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  18. Crozet Great Valu SellsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 16, 2016 | Crozet Gazette

    The Crozet Great Valu, "Crozet's hometown grocery since 1947," has sold, ending an epoch in Crozet's life, though, on the face of it, nothing much will change. A partnership of Crozet Shopping Center owners Mark Green and Kurt Wassenaar and Raphael Strumlauf, the owner of Market Street Market in downtown Charlottesville, have formed Crozet Market LLC to take over the business from venerable Red Front Stores, Inc., which has provisioned generations of Crozetians and been a pillar of the community.

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  19. Second Annual CATHalf Trail Half MarathonRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2016 | Crozet Gazette

    The second annual CATHalf Trail Half Marathon was held at the Miller School of Albemarle on Saturday, Oct 29. The race, put on by the Charlottesville Area Trail Runners and sponsored by Crozet Running, had 111 runners toeing the line on one of the prettiest days of the fall. The course is 13.5 miles of challenging, technical terrain that winds through the beautiful and expansive grounds of the Miller School.

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  20. Crozet Express Bus Service to Charlottesville In the WorksRead the original story

    Oct 7, 2016 | Crozet Gazette

    JAUNT bus service between Crozet and Charlottesville is likely if a survey of U.Va. employees living in Crozet and other locals who commute to jobs in Charlottesville shows that a dependable ridership is at hand.

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