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Area residents have honored the late Julian Bond, who passed away August 15th in Florida.
Area residents protest abortions outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in Albemarle County
Four men are now competing in a special election for the Albemarle School Board.
The annual invasion of the first-year students continued Saturday in the Alderman and McCormick Road dorms.
Virginia's statewide jobless inched lower in July.
Thanks to "Spice", area police are finding people who are disoriented, sweating profusely, vomiting, and sometimes unconscious.
Thousand of new students get the Wahoo experience.
Fire destroyed a house Thursday night in the Barboursville area.
Albemarle Circuit Judge Cheryl Higgins considered 12 pre-trial motions Thursday that involve next year's trial of Jesse Matthew.
There's renewed interest in creating a regional transportation authority.
Some schools in Albemarle County's urban ring are overcrowded only days after classes began,
Local minister and former Mayor Alvin Edwards has won another award.
CenturyLink phone service that was disrupted Wednesday has now been restored.
Retail sales were up across our region during the first six months of this year.
Danny is the first hurricane of the 2015 season along the Atlantic coast.
The former first lady will be in court on October 29th.
Ken Boyd says rejecting the possibility of development at I-64 and 29 South sends businesses the wrong message.
Local freelance workers and independent contractors voiced both their opinions and concerns over the expanding segment of the economy.
City Police have arrested a suspect in a recent credit card theft and fraud case.
Greene County has set up a Safe Exchange Zone, a designated area in front of the Sheriff's Office to buy and sell items posted online.