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Critics say reviving parole will hurt victims of past crimes.
U.S. Department of Education gives Virginia's public schools their highest overall rating.
Sweet Briar College will resume its junior year abroad program.
Help Save the Next Girl says two events in August will highlight the searches for our region's missing people.
The leader of a gay and lesbian group urges the Charlottesville School Board to make some changes.
A Confederate flag has been removed from the Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth.
The Hardywood Park Craft Brewery is expanding to Goochand County.
A major project involving Afton Mountain will begin Monday.
A project that involves a temporary closure of Proffit Road begins Monday.
A local woman is urging the Albemarle Supervisors to delete a box on many job application forms that deal with prior convictions.
Albemarle has updated rules for the county's wireless facilities.
Rolling Stone says Associate Dean Nicole Eramo's claims against the magazine aren't subject to legal action.
Family and friends of Samantha Ann Clarke strive to keep her story in the public eye.
Governor McAuliffe and the Republicans in the House of Delegates don't see eye-to-eye when it comes to Planned Parenthood.
UVA has chosen its next architect and she's coming here from Yale.
Virginia's Tim Kaine helps the U.S. Senate to pass a new version of No Child Left Behind.
A Richmond TV station reports that search warrants reveal no evidence of blood was found in Jesse Matthew's car.
Greene Supervisor Eddie Deane will ask his colleagues to consider a resolution that John Barkley resign.
The money will supplement the $100,000 marketing campaign recently approved by county supervisors.
Local realtor Andrew Blackwell Middleditch now faces an involuntary manslaughter charge.