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There have been more calls for the city to stop using pesticides in parks and on school grounds.
A Charlottesville man has pleaded guilty to robbing a gas station.
State Police say ten people were killed in Virginia traffic accidents over the Labor Day weekend.
Homes in the Fry’s Spring neighborhood will still be able to have two residences in one structure.
A Lynchburg woman was killed Tuesday morning in a collision on 29 South at Plank Road.
Dominion says it will move forward on building a natural gas pipeline through Nelson, Buckingham and Augusta pending government approval.
Following instructions from the judge, the jury in the Bob and Maureen McDonnell trial began deliberating at noon Monday.
The lauded actor is speaking at the second annual UVA President’s Speaker Series for the Arts.
Former 7th District congressman Eric Cantor has a new job on Wall Street.
A man was charged with DUI early Sunday after authorities say he ran into a cop car.
VDOT will have several road projects this week that could have an impact on traffic flow.
Days have been set aside in October and November to collect household hazardous waste and other items.
Work on synchronizing the traffic signals along 29 North gets underway in October.
Authorities say a two-year-old girl died Sunday after being left in a vehicle in 90 degree weather.
The Albemarle school system has signed contracts with 115 new teachers with more hiring to come.
Two clerks of circuit court have filed more paperwork in the Virginia same-sex marriage case.
There's a new option for those who use taxicabs to get around town.
A former mayor of Culpeper will appeal a sexual battery conviction from general district court.
The U. S. Navy will christen a new sub this week that honors former Virginia U.S. Senator John Warner (R- Alexandria).