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The KROGER grocery chain is recalling four of its house-brands of spices.
Albemarle Police say one scam artist who focuses on lawn care has already been arrested this summer.
Virginia beat out Mexico for manufacturing of a new braking system.
Supervisor Eddie Deane wants any possible actions taken regarding a no-interest loan for the county's top administrator to be released.
A Quinnipiac University poll shows 46% in favor of getting rid of the Confederate flag on Virginia license plates, with 45% who want to keep it.
The business news operation SNL Financial is being sold to McGraw Hill Financial.
Albemarle County has had another fatal head-on collision.
There's a new permanent traffic signal on 29 North at the Shops at Stonefield.
VDOT has made some adjustments to the paving along 20 South to reduce traffic delays.
The recent carnage at a Lafayette, Louisiana theater has rekindled the debate over gun control in Virginia and elsewhere.
Governor McAuliffe names area residents to Virginia boards and commissions.
Area veterans and their families have a new contact person.
Most of Virginia's House members back a bill penalizing "sanctuary cities."
Advocates for one of Albemarle's charter schools want a staffing guarantee.
A persistent critic of City Hall is upset about the councilors' decision to hold only one August meeting.
A palm reader whose business on 29 North was raided by federal agents several months ago has now been indicted on fraud charges.
An apartment on Hydraulic Road was damaged by fire Friday morning.
With four deaths in three accidents in two days, the Albemarle County Police Department is asking drivers to please be mindful when you're behind the wheel.
The emerald ash borer population is expanding faster than expected in Shenandoah National Park.
Area transportation planners look at future road projects with possible statewide importance.