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Area pastors have let City Councilors know they are upset about three homicides and other violent acts.
A Charlottesville resident has survived a knife attack in the Fifeville neighborhood.
8 people, including a woman visiting Albemarle County, died on Virginia highways during the holiday period.
A woman was killed Monday in a single-vehicle crash on 29 South in Albemarle County.
Downtown resident David Repass and other Charlottesville residents are lobbying City Councilors regarding the Belmont Bridge.
A longtime employee of the Louisa schools wins a major post in the National Education Association.
Area Congressman Robert Hurt (R-Chatham) discussed immigration policy on the Schilling Show.
University of Virginia researchers have found many people can't sit quietly for very long.
City Police are investigating Charlottesville's third homicide of 2014.
A councilor hopes the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library system's new policy on cell phones won't cause grief.
An Elliott Avenue resident has urged city officials to reconsider bike lanes near his home.
Charlottesville High School's newest assistant principal has already taught at CHS.
A 19th-century house on Watson Avenue in Charlottesville will get a Virginia historical marker.
A federal agency will conduct an exercise this week testing Virginia's ability to respond to a mock emergency at North Anna.
A Virginia Tech student has died after a Friday afternoon accident involving a rope swing in North Carolina.
A young girl drowned Friday night in Spotsylvania County's Lake Wilderness.
Janet Renee Field, who's from the Scottsville area, has not been since Wednesday.
The Charlottesville School Board has agreed to send nearly $67,000 back to City Hall.
Uncle Sam has resolved a criminal investigation of SunTrust Mortgage.
A Fluvanna County fire crew found human remains inside a fiery vehicle Thursday on Rising Sun Road.