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Here are the numbers for our website as of 5 p.m. on Wednesday, October 7.

Today Visit: 57,255
Week Visit: 824,078
Month Visit: 3,575,971
Year Visit: 29,101,174

These numbers are updated daily on our website in the right hand column so you can follow our traffic for yourself!

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– Charlottesville
– Waynesboro
– Staunton
– Harrisonburg
– Richmond
– Washington, D.C.
– Alexandria

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Augusta Free Press LLC
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