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The Albemarle Police Auxiliary Officers program has reached a milestone.
Becker's Hospital Review placed UVA on a list of hospitals with great women's health programs.
The University of Virginia has its first drop in applications since 2002.
Alpha Tau Omega and Kappa Alpha Order say the new rules are unfair.
Area realtors like the numbers in a home sales report for 2014.
Phi Kappa Psi has been reinstated after Charlottesville Police said they can't confirm the allegation that a rape occurred at the fraternity house.
A water burst Monday evening near the UVA Medical Center.
The bridge that carries Black Cat Road over a railroad will be replaced this year.
VDOT will close lanes of Interstate 64 so crews can replace fog lights on Afton Mountain.
Governor McAuliffe says Virginia needs an equal opportunity agenda in 2015.
The Rutherford Institute's founder is concerned about recent technological advances.
A new report shows UVA's student enrollment grew by 268 between August 2013 and this academic year.
Attorney Anne Hemenway is the Democrats' choice to replace Joan Schatzman on the city's electoral board.
Albemarle Supervisor Ann Mallek and many other local residents have honored the late Jim Murray
UVA students have returned to Charlottesville with new rules for the Greek houses.
Ken Boyd won't seek a fourth term as an Albemarle County supervisor.
Sheriff Chip Harding is asking Albemarle voters to give him one more term.
Environmentalists and homeowners near the route of a proposed pipeline mobilize in Charlottesville.
A Charlottesville High student was picked for a U.S. Senate youth program.
Matthew will await his March trial in the Fairfax Adult Detention Center.