Charlottesville City » Page 2
The President of the local NAACP says police departments are necessary, but he wants to weed out bad officers.
Republican U.S. Senate nominee Ed Gillespie is showcasing his E.G. Squared plan.
A design team is looking for feedback on the east side of McIntire Park.
Jim Haden, the president of Martha Jefferson Hospital, will retire this fall.
The University of Virginia has welcomed the largest entering class in its histiry.
The President of the local NAACP believes black residents should bring cameras to places where arrests are happening.
A federal jury begins a fifth week of hearing testimony about Former Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife.
The University of Virginia's Pegasus program is now 30 years old.
A recreational vehicle caught fire late Sunday afternoon on Interstate 64 in Albemarle County.
VDOT will shut down most major road projects between noon Friday and noon on September 2nd.
The chairwoman of the Charlottesville Electoral Board has blown the whistle on a onetime colleague.
Three people were injured following a single-vehicle crash Friday on 20 South.
The University of Virginia is greeting thousands of new students who are beginning collegiate life this weekend.
UVA's New Cabell Hall has had a major facelift.
Saturday marked the third anniversary of a major earthquake in Louisa County.
Two drivers were killed in a head-on collision Wednesday night near Arvonia.
Classes began Thursday for the fall semester at Piedmont Virginia Community College.
Thanks to a stay from the U.S. Supreme Court, there will be no gay or lesbian marriages in Virginia for the time being
Residents of Birdwood and Hillcrest Roads have learned more about the interchange at 250 and McIntire.
A 41-year-old Louisa County man has admitted stealing items from vacant properties.