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Martha Jefferson Hospital and Region Ten have opened a medical center on Preston Avenue.
Civil rights leader Julian Bond and a UVA professor are showcasing their project on black leadership.
A Powerball ticket worth $10,000 was sold at Kangaroo Express on East Rio Road.
A proposed small area study near the Rio-29 intersection went nowhere at Wednesday night's supervisors meeting.
The Charlottesville School Board is now expecting a smaller increase in employee salaries.
YMCA supporters have urged the Albemarle supervisors to stay the course on their project.
UVA earns a tough win on Tobacco Road edging N.C. State 51-47.
Attorney Mike Signer becomes a City Council candidate.
House Republicans want the State Senate to give prompt consideration to bills dealing with higher edcation.
Madison House has chosen Tim Freilich to be its new executive director.
Mark T. Zawhorodny, who was found not guilty by reason of insanity, was found near Crozet after walking away from an assisted-living facility.
The network of sirens surrounding the North Anna nuclear power plant gets tested February 18th.
Virginia's annual prohibition on burning debris before 4 p.m. will begin Sunday.
Virginians are making another attempt to win federal recognition of the Commonwealth's Indian tribes.
UVA first-year student creates internet buzz with her dance-off moves.
Jesse Matthew has been charged with first-degree murder and abduction in Albemarle County in connection with the death of UVA student Hannah Graham.
Rosanna Bencoach replaces Sheri Iachetta, who resigned after fifteen years thanks to criminal charges for misuse of a city cell phone.
Passage marks the state’s first-ever effective medical marijuana measure.
Lawmakers would be guided by stricter ethics laws under a measure approved by the General Assembly.
The State Senate has approved a measure that maintains lethal injection as a form of capital punishment.