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A federal appeals court in Richmond has refused to delay the ruling that strikes down the Virginia ban against gay marriage.
Albemarle County is delaying consideration of expanding the photo-red program on the Route 29 corridor.
The Albemarle Supervisors have endorsed an expansion at a private school in Ivy.
Those who ride Charlottesville Area Transit buses will find a variety of route changes beginning Saturday.
A scam making the rounds has prompted a warning from Albemarle Police.
City Police have charged a 22-year-old Albemarle man with breaking-and-entering.
University of Virginia economist Ed Burton says the U.S. economy remains stagnant.
Dominion Power's proposed natural gas pipeline would run through Nelson County
There was testimony Tuesday in the McDonnells trial about a $50,000 check from Jonnie Williams to Maureen McDonnell.
The Charlottesville Parking Center officially has a new owner.
The latest figures show retail sales were up during the first half of this year in most localities in our region.
The city is installing markings at the University Avenue-Rugby Road intersection to make it safer for bicyclists.
Local groups are assisting a family that was displaced by an August 7th fire on Anderson Street.
Fifth District U.S. Representative Robert Hurt (R- Chatham) says Congress needs to secure U.S. borders.
A past leader of the local tea party hopes Albemarle won't pursue equal taxing powers for counties and cities.
A Norfolk-based naval vessel with a troubled past is heading for the Middle East.
The Rivanna Water & Sewer Authority has hired a new operations director.
Charlottesville school officials have been renovating many buildings, and they hope to finish before August 20th.
County Supervisors voice interest in adding taxation-related requests to the next General Assembly.
Longtime UVA benefactor Ruth Sacks Caplin has died, making her husband Mortimer Caplin a widower.