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Civil actions
Her daughter's killer was convicted in February, but Sharon Love isn't through pushing for accountability. Days after she sued George Huguely for $30 million, Yeardley Love's mother filed a second suit, and this time she's going after UVA coaches and the school itself. How likely is victory, and will it lead to any meaningful change? And why did she file in Louisa County?

Nolte's next?
After a successful online fundraising drive raised $65,000, the minimum amount necessary to hire a big-name star, two local filmmakers say there's only one Hollywood A-lister who fits the bill– and they're going after him hard.

Ready for reubens
There are big changes afoot at the Shoppers World shopping center on 29 North, and one of the most visible will be Jason's Deli, which is taking over the former Ragazzi's spot. Before any reubens or other sandwiches can be served, however, the restaurant chain has to leap some hurdles set up by the Board of Architectural Review.

Bypassing health
County supes don't seem too concerned about the potential health impact of the Western Bypass, which will run within a quarter mile of six schools, but advice from the EPA and results of several studies, which link respiratory ailments and permanent lung damage to highway proximity, offer the road's critics another reason to object.

Sharon Love, Yeardley Love, Dom Starsia, and George Huguely.
–images by Hawes Spencer, UVA Sports, Jen Fariello, and UVA Sports

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