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The families and friends of many missing persons assembled Saturday to honor their loved ones.
U.S. District Judge Norman Moon has told a former Washington and Lee University student he can challenge his suspension.
The transfer of water has been halted between the Sugar Hollow and Ragged Mountain Reservoirs.
Sabato says Kasich, Walker and Rubio fared best in a Thursday debate.
An advisory committee on solid waste shares its ideas with the Albemarle Supervisors.
Peter Van Der Linde reacts to remarks by solid waste advisory panel members.
The Regional Chamber Of Commerce will hold a jobs summit next month.
AAA-Virginia says the possibility of $2 per gallon gas is not out of the question.
Charlottesville has hired Alexander Ikefuna to manage its Neighborhood Development Services office.
A University of Virginia official is joining the National Council of the Humanities.
City Police say a man was shot in the leg early Thursday on Prospect Avenue.
Advocates for a fire and rescue station serving the Pantops area have cleared another hurdle.
UVA President Teresa Sullivan has notified students about mandatory programs on sexual violence and alcohol abuse prevention.
A basketball team where all the players are 11 and under has returned from a national tournament in Myrtle Beach.
A judicial panel has ruled against General Assembly Republicans who want to delay a special session on congressional redistricting.
City and county police continue to investigate Saturday accdient on Hillsdale Drive.
The Albemarle Supervisors have embraced a report dealing with pre-kindergarten initiatives.
Kids will have a back-to-school bash a few days before classes resume in Albemarle County and Charlottesville.
Dominion hopes to see the suit filed by five Nelson County landowners thrown out.
City Police have charged a man with breaking into a woman's bedroom on 14th Street.