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Albemarle school officials hope a capital improvements program won't get reduced as much as the County Executive wants.
A plumber was injured after a natural gas explosion damaged a house near Georgetown Road.
The measure targets crimes involving child pornography, child exploitation, and human trafficking.
Customers of Appalachian Power Company will see lower electric bills.
June 9th is the last day of classes this year in the Albemarle schools.
The Albemarle School Board has closed the funding gap without increasing the average class size.
State workers will get a pay raise if Governor McAuliffe signs a budget approved by the General Assembly.
Restaurant owners denounce a proposed increase in the Charlottesville meals tax.
The Living Wage Campaign delivered more than 1200 signatures to University administrators Thursday.
Virginia's senior U.S. Senator wants colleges and universities to take an active role in preventing sexual assaults.
The annual Household Hazardous Waste collection days will happen soon.
If you were in Goochland County around 4 a.m. Thursday and something felt odd, you were not imagining things. The…
Governor McAuliffe has signed a bill designed to help people with epilepsy.
Virginia Women's Basketball's road woes continued Thursday night in a 72-70 loss in Chapel Hill to No. 15 North Carolina.
Albemarle Police made two arrests in a prostitution sting on Hillsdale Drive.
Police say a UVA student reports she was the victim of a sexual assault February 22nd on Harmon Street.
ABC Agents seized 65 gallons of moonshine and 31 firearms in Scottsville home.
City Manager Maurice Jones has unveiled a nearly $156 million budget for Charlottesville.
Lieutenant Governor Ralph Northam expects to run for Governor in 2017.
Retail sales in Charlottesville and Albemarle were the highest ever in 2014.