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Several generations of area residents help the Jefferson School celebrate its 150th Anniversary.
Regional Emergency Management Coordinator Kirby Felts has won a statewide award.
City councilors are absorbing last-minute ideas for Charlottesville's next budget.
A Madison Lane fraternity won't pursue honor violation against central figure in Rolling Stone controversy.
Two local members of the General Assembly doubt UVA will sue Rolling Stone.
The National Center for Higher Education Risk Management has suggestions for UVA.
The local unemployment rate is still the second lowest in the state.
Wes Bellamy and Wendell Green honored by 100 Black Men of Central Virginia.
Bob Chapel will spend his last summer directing UVA's Heritage Theatre Festival.
The UVA baseball program snapped a four game losing streak Wednesday, and trounced JMU 14-1.
The Phi Kappa Psi National Fraternity says the magazine's apology doesn't address the damage inflicted by its story.
George Huguely is now trying the federal court system in an effort to get his murder conviction overturned.
The Virginia State Park system is hiring about 1000 for the summer season.
Phi Kappa Psi views the Rolling Stone article as reckless and defamatory.
The Kroger Corporation is a step closer to creating a new grocery store at Seminole Square.
Opponents of a proposed meals tax increase ask City Councilors to abandon the idea.
Many area Marine Corps veterans will gather in Ruckersville on Saturday.
Rolling Stone has formally retracted its story about an alleged gang-rape at a UVA fraternity.
There are new figures involving arrests of young people with alcohol.
UVA Police investigate a student's report of off-Grounds sexual assault.