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Albemarle residents had their first opportunity Monday to sound off on the County Executive's budget ideas.
Virginia Women's Basketball found a much needed win Sunday afternoon completing a season sweep of Virginia Tech in a 73-59 triumph.
Local Delegate David Toscano expects two of his bills will get signed by Governor McAuliffe.
The City of Charlottesville has been ordered to halt the enforcement of an ordinance that prohibits panhandling on parts of the Downtown Mall.
The Charlottesville School Board has adopted a preliminary budget.
The Charlottesville-Albemarle Rescue Squad has reached its $300,000 fundraising goal.
Three members of an advisory panel on 29 North have abruptly resigned.
City Police say it was a drunk driving crash that brought down power poles and closed Barracks Road.
The UVA women's basketball team fell 68-63 to Pittsburgh Thursday night in an overtime contest.
James Edward Snow is accused of inappropriately touching coworkers.
An Albemarle County man who's accused of two murders appears before a city judge.
A loaded handgun was taken from a man Thursday morning at a checkpoint at the Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport.
A local author has been found guilty of involuntary manslaughter.
People who can't stay in will have a place to hide from the cold.
The Albemarle trial of Jesse Matthew on the first-degree murder charge will be June 29th through July 17th.
Companies from Richmond, Chesterfield and Chantilly have been award the contract to design and build the projects in the 29 North corridor, including the interchange at Rio Road.
Charlottesville Assistant City Manager David Ellis is taking a job in North Carolina.
City councilors have heard more emotional pleas regarding the observance of Lee-Jackson Day.
Delegate Rob Bell's legislation dealing with options for homeschooled students clears the State Senate.
The cyber ride-sharing companies’ temporary agreement has been replaced with permanent rules and regulations.