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Incumbent City Councilor Kathy Galvin has shared her goals for a second term.
Governor McAuliffe is planning a trade mission to Cuba
Washington and Lee University has suspended a fraternity.
Dominion Virginia Power is making a large contribution to its Energy Share program.
Former Culpeper police officer Daniel Harmon-Wright has lost an appeal of his voluntary manslaughter conviction.
Homeland Security investigators are asking for the public's help in finding a man who abused an eight-year-old girl.
Delegate Joe Morrissey has completed his jail term.
A federal appeals court panel has upheld putting Virginia death row inmates in solitary confinement.
A safety awareness event for the entire community follows one held recently for students at Monticello High School.
The Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry is raising money to move into a new location.
U.S. News & World Report gives high marks to the UVA Law School and Darden School.
Civil rights leader John Lewis will deliver the keynote address at Jefferson's birthday celebration.
A national publication says PVCC is a great school for veterans.
The man charged with the murder of Hannah Graham is accused of choking a Fairfax woman before sexually assaulting her.
A criminal investigation is underway on scam artists claiming to be with the AG’s office and threatening arrest.
Dozens of former attorneys general across the U.S. want Bob McDonnell's corruption convictions thrown out.
Virginia now second only two Georgia on the East Coast.
Albemarle officials expect to include more money in the next budget for upcoming elections.
Harlem Globetrotters player urges area kids to avoid bullying and other violence.
Governor McAuliffe says Waynesboro is getting a $600,000 award for revitalization.