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A trial date has been set for the man accused of killing a mother and her daughter in the city.
The unemployment rate in the Charlottesville region went up slightly in June.
The University of Virginia is the home of five projects funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Councilor Bob Fenwick will discuss community development proposals Thursday with area residents.
House Speaker Bill Howell sees no reason to hold a mid-August redistricting session.
Leaders of business, education, and government unite for a new approach to stimulate the economy.
New figures show improved home sales for the April through June quarter.
VDOT plans to change traffic signal timing and sequencing near CATEC.
The trustees of the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library have received a report on a controversial display that appeared at the Central Branch
The annual back-to-school sales tax holiday is August 7-9.
The KROGER grocery chain is recalling four of its house-brands of spices.
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.
Charlottesville Police have charged a 53-year-old woman with malicious wounding.
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.