Think local news is important? Forward this email and tell a friend to subscribe! Saturday, August 6, 2022 For the first time in years, Albemarle County Public Schools can’t fill its no-cost preschool program Albemarle went all online with applications for no-cost preschool — and not enough people applied. Charlottesville Tomorrow has a new look […]
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