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The Virginia Chamber of Commerce is asking businesses what they need in their employees.
Last year saw a 24% increase.
A $26.4 million lawsuit has been filed against Rolling Stone magazine and author Sabrina Ruben Erdely.
An overnight closing of part of 29 North has been postponed until late Wednesday into early Thursday.
The Department of Corrections wants to hire about 100 more veterans.
A committee wants a pedestrian bridge built on Pantops at Richmond Road and Rolkin Road.
Charlottesville Police say there was a rash of cars broken into on Rose Hill Drive.
A suspect has been charged with attempted robbery in connection with an incident in June.
The latest guide lists growers in every county.
Area residents spent part of Sunday learning more about the Lewis and Clark Exploratory Center at Darden Towe Park.
Thosands of movie fans have completed their annual journey to Charlottesville for the Virginia Film Festival.
The 250 Bypass is on the latest list of streets getting extra attention from Charlottesville Police.
A bus accident Saturday night on Carter Mountain Road resulted in anxious moments for more than 50 passengers.
An organization that strives to protect animals from neglect appeared at this year's Montpelier Races.
Charlottesville and Waynesboro Police teamed up to arrest a suspect in the mid-August robbery of a convenience store in the Shenandoah Valley.
U.S. Senator Mark Warner will receive more than 50 videos with the personal recollections of World War Two veterans.
Miami Edges UVA 27-21 in a Saturday game played in south Florida.
A Richmond lawyer says a lawsuit against outgoing Albemarle Commonwealth's Attorney Denise Lunsford will continue.
City Police have arrested suspects in three unrelated cases.
Charlottesville has a new manager for the Office of Human Rights.