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The RSWA's Executive Director welcomes the Albemarle Supervisors' actions to upgrade the transfer station at the former Ivy landfill.
Ralph Northam has officially launched his 2017 bid for the Governor's Mansion.
Virginia businesses will be paying less unemployment insurance next year.
The number of Virginians traveling this Thanksgiving holiday will be down slightly compared to last year.
The Virginia ABC Board and three of its agents are asking a federal judge to dismiss a civil lawsuit that UVA student Martese Johnson filed last month.
We are approaching Friday's third annivesary of the disappearance of transgender teen Dashad "Sage" Smith.
City Councilors agree to forgive a loan to the Lewis and Clark Exploratory Center.
UVA was upset on the road Monday night in the Nation's Capitol.
The UVA Women's basketball team rolled to an 86-50 win Monday night in their home opener.
There's a quality and patient safety scorecard for Virginia's medical facilities.
Governor McAuliffe is reviewing regulations for the compensation of Virginians who were involuntarily sterilized during the last century.
Ohio Governor John Kasich submits petition signatures for Virginia's March 1st presidential primary.
City councilors have signed off on a wish list for the 2016 General Assembly
Delegate Rob Bell has re-introduced his bill to put a charter school issue on the ballot.
The Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority might adopt a different strategy for the Sugar Hollow Reservoir during 2016.
GOP Delegates have chosen their leaders for 2016 and '17.
House of Delegates Democrats have chosen David Toscano for another two-year term as the Minority Leader.
A Louisa County man has been charged with stabbing another man in the Town of Orange.
Governor McAuliffe names two people with local ties to the Virginia Motor Vehicle Dealer Board.
Our area's Salvation Army has kicked off its annual red kettle drive.