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Cathy Smith Train has accepted the Paul Goodloe McIntire Award.
A state commission has accredited the Albemarle County Sheriff's Office for another four years.
A onetime candidate for Lieutenant Governor might challege House Speaker Bill Howell in 2015.
All lanes of eastbound Interstate-64 reopened late Thursday afternoon in Albemarle County.
VDOT releases its hold on homes in the path of the Western Bypass.
Last year's new box office record beat by 45%.
UVA is finding its Early Action Plan is popular with prospective students.
David Brat has become the new congressman for Virginia's Seventh District.
Jesse Matthew has been moved from the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail to the Fairfax jail in advance of his hearing Friday morning.
Information can still be relayed to the Charlottesville and Albemarle Police Departments.
Governor McAuliffe has issued a proclamation in honor of Veterans Day.
Many UVA officials and others came to the Alderman Library to look at a piece of the Berlin Wall.
The disciplinary board of the Virginia State Bar has revoked the law license of Chris Dumler.
Local residents have re-dedicated the Bowles family cemetery in the Belvedere subdivision.
UVA Professor Larry Sabato has reacted to President Obama's choice for a new U.S. Attorney General.
Albemarle Registrar Jake Washburne says a repair team has solved a problem with a voting machine.
The 22nd annual Women's Four Miler brought in $375,000.
Relatively few voters had to use provisional ballots after they had no ID on election day.
Republican U.S. Senate nominee Ed Gillespie has conceded to Democrat Mark Warner in the U.S. Senate race.
Embattled Charlottesville Registrar Sheri Iachetta is resigning effective December 31st.