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Scottsville has had an opportunity to celebrate its role in Albemarle history.
President Teresa Sullivan has updated the UVA Board of Visitors on campaign against sexual misconduct and violence.
A propane leak near the 250 East-Rolkin Road intersection prompted a Friday evacuation of a private school.
PVCC President Frank Friedman says the college could not handle next year's mandated budget cut without looking at employee numbers.
Senior administrators and the Albemarle School Board have reviewed the recent lockdown at Albemarle High.
An advisory panel has learned more about the timetable for the 29-Rio interchange construction.
The University of Virginia expects to demolish its last few original Alderman Road dorms of the 1960's.
A Thursday search of a lake near Stanardsville turned up no signs of a missing Orange County woman.
Area residents recall the events of 9-11-01.
The long vacant Coca Cola bottling plant on Preston Avenue will become a restaurant
Charlottesville Police are investigating a Thursday morning robbery on Grady Avenue.
A former local restaurant owner had a hearing Thursday in Charlottesville federal court.
The Albemarle Supervisors have approved a resolution that supports this weekend's Gay Pride festival.
The Albemarle Supervisors have approved a sewer line replacement plan affecting McIntire Road.
The Downtown Job Center is now up and running.
Representatives from environmental groups held a protest Wednesday concerning the proposed natural gas pipeline from Dominion Virginia Power.
Democrat Mark Warner continues to have a substantial lead in his U.S. Senate re-election bid.
The tourism industry in Virginia brought in a record amount of revenue last year.
The regional job picture improved between 2012 and last year.
Police have identified the 19-year-old who was arrested following a lockdown at Albemarle High School.