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Steve Heon of Western Albemarle High School is Virginia's Athletic Administrator of the Year.
Lawrence Gaughan, who ran for Congress as a Democrat and who originally was running as a Democrat for supervisor, now says he's running as an independent.
Area residents highlight the battle against domestic violence and sexual misconduct.
Charlottesville has data involving local race and ethnicity.
A Culpeper woman abandons her campaign for the State Senate.
A freedom of information request reveals three complaints against ABC agents since 2010.
After taking two of three from Miami, the UVA baseball team prepares for a busy week.
The General Assembly approves a revised cap on gifts from lobbyists.
Albemarle County schools are struggling with space shortages.
Tim Kaine uses 8th anniversary of the Virginia Tech massacre to promote gun control.
Philip Shucet says VDOT's making significant progress creating a signal system on 29 North.
Rivanna District Democrats appear to have competition for a nomination for Supervisor.
The Albemarle School Board expects to approve its budget April 23rd.
A rally, a march and a vigil were held to remember victims of sexual violence.
A fire on Rockland Avenue in Charlottesville displaces five people.
Albemarle's Commonwealth's Attorney finds new technologies pose challenges.
Delegate Rob Bell and his allies could not get enough votes to override a veto by the Governor.
The Thomas Jefferson Health District is getting reports of mumps cases in our area.
Taneak Turner will go on trial for first degree murder in January.
A judge won't block the college from closing its doors, but he did order it to not spend charitable donations on the costs of closure.