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“Our initial doubts as to the accuracy of the article have only been strengthened”
In a note to its readers, the magazine cites ‘discrepancies’ in the story of a brutal gang rape.
The Charlottesville School Board has approved a salary hike for its members effective in 2016.
State Senator Creigh Deeds (D- Bath County) was the featured speaker at a forum on children's mental health.
Critics of a proposed Rio at 29 North interchange want state officials to abandon the idea.
Local NAACP President Rick Turner has reacted to New York's Eric Garner case.
Students at the University of Virginia came together Thursday for the annual Lighting of the Lawn.
The Washington Post has published an opinion piece that challenges a recent Rolling Stone article.
Albemarle County's department heads warn their staffs are stretched thin.
Albemarle Sheriff Chip Harding wants the 2015 General Assembly to expand Virginia's DNA data bank.
A Fredericksburg school with historic ties to the University of Virginia is in no hurry to set up fraternities and sororities.
An effort to protect UVA students is almost ready to get underway.
The UVA Medical Center has been designated as one of several ebola treatment facilities across the U.S..
The State Climatologist says we could be in for another rough winter.
Non-profit civic and religious groups are being encouraged to help out during a disaster.
Jesse Matthew will not have a preliminary hearing on the local abduction charge until March.
City Councilors have taken a stand against an ABC store on West Main Street.
Teresa Sullivan says the behavior depicted in a Rolling Stone article is not something the University of Virginia will accept as normal.
UVA's Seven Society is offering a donation in the aftermath of the death of Hannah Graham and a reported sexual assault of a student.
Members of the House of Delegates who attended UVA are propos