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The UVA baseball team edged North Carolina, 2-1, in 10 innings.
The city will open spray grounds in some parks.
Five hopefuls in the Democratic City Council primary appeared Wednesday night at Greenbrier Elementary.
VDOT and urban ring employers met Wednesday to discuss the looming construction at Rio Road and 29 North.
There have been no arrests from a 2014 sexting ring based in Louisa County.
Drivers now have two through-lanes to get onto East Rio Road from the northbound Warner Parkway.
A fatal accident in Philadelphia affected AMTRAK service.
The UVA baseball team won its final home game of the regular season against Richmond, 8-6.
The attorney for Jesse Matthew in his Fairfax case wants a delay in that trial.
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I- Vermont) fired up a Charlottesville audience Monday night.
A University of Virginia Medical Center patient tests negative for Ebola.
Charlottesville considers higher water and wastewater rates.
City Police Chief Tim Longo hopes to make his department's operations more transparent .
Former U.S. Senator John Warner helps area residents honor the road that bears his name.
Several Virginia universities expanded their alumni ranks over the weekend.
UVA Police investigate a female student's report of being physically assaulted on Grounds.
Area residents salute the late Eugene and Jane Foster.
The UVA baseball team defeated Duke 4-2 on Mother's Day.
Albemarle's police chief wants residents to get a better picture of what his department does.
Legal housekeeping for attorneys has left the Kevin Quick case unable to resume until Tuesday.