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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.
The new owner of the Charlottesville Parking Center has announced the flat lot next to the Water Street parking garage will have a lower rate.
General Assembly Republicans are celebrating having 21 of the 40 State Senate seats.
Area Delegate David Toscano wants his constituents to complete his latest survey.
Virginia students have done well on the latest ACT exams
An Albemarle County author is a potential target for an ice bucket challenge.
The National Park Service is banning drones over the Appalachian Trail.
Charlottesville Police have identified the suspect in a stabbing incident Tuesday afternoon on University Avenue.
That after a threat left at Clark Elementary School
This week includes a bittersweet anniversary for many Nelson County residents.
City Councilors have told the Downtown Business Association it can get a loan to market itself.
A local woman who served in the Women's Army Corps has finally received the medals she deserved.
Herring still supports same-sex marriages, but he's told the Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court he should grant a stay.
The woman accused of attacking Delegate David Toscano's wife will be arraigned in September.
Law enforcement agencies and members of City Council have honored a police officer who died of cancer.
Many residents of Scottsville have shared their views on a noise ordinance,
A Madison County woman has died following an ATV crash in Fluvanna County.