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Citing his felony convictions of public corruption, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board has stripped Bob McDonnell of his license to practice law.
Steve Koleszar is seeking a sixth term on the Albemarle School Board.
Albemarle Delegate Rob Bell authored a budget amendment that could affect Route 29 corridor projects.
Some of Albemarle County's younger athletes are a step closer to playing night baseball.
A two-hour surgical procedure drained 1.5 liters of blood from a punctured lung.
Only 59 other fire department in the country have a Class 1 rating from the Insurance Services Office.
A man who battled the FAA after a drone flew around UVA has settled with the feds.
The town of Culpeper has a new manager.
The Fluvanna County Sheriff's Office warns consumers about a "Granny scam."
The local airport had another banner year in 2014.
There were two separate incidents at Greene County schools Wednesday morning with one involving a gun found in a student backpack.
Henrico Delegate Joe Morrissey has been indicted on pejury and forgery counts.
A woman was robbed at gunpoint Tuesday night in the Fifeville neighborhood.
Three teams have submitted bids to build the projects connected to the upcoming work on 29 North.
The ESPN Game Day broadcast will originate from John Paul Jones Arena before the UVA-Duke game on January 31st.
City councilors approve grants that benefit the homeless and encourage affordable housing.
City Democrats, Republicans and Tea Partiers are still upset about problems in the Registrar's Office
State police are still awaiting official word from the Medical Examiner.
Attorney General Mark Herring promotes bills that are designed to reduce heroin use.
A federal agency has a recommendation for a prison sentence for Maureen McDonnell.