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The Albemarle Supervisors have agreed to help the Commonwealth's Attorney get more staff.
A past leader of the Albemarle Supervisors has told the current board it's under siege from people using scare tactics.
The Albemarle supervisors have re-elected Jane Dittmar as their chair, and the new vice-chair is Liz Palmer.
The president of PVCC expects no salary increases or bonuses this year.
A fiber optics firm has a project that will impact traffic Sunday on Interstate 64.
Trolleys operated by Charlottesville Area Transit are going on a detour until April.
Virginia rail advocates say our area will eventually get another AMTRAK train.
Vice-Mayor Dede Smith has condemned the profane language some people used at a December City Council morning.
Charlottesville Police investigate a Monday robbery on 10th Street, N.W.
The impact of a January 1st statewide gas tax increase has not shown up yet at the pumps .
Democrats have won special elections in Northern Virginia and the Petersburg area.
All social activities will be reinstated, provided the FOA addenda be signed by the president or a designee from each fraternity and sorority by January 16.
Former Governor Bob McDonnell has been sentenced to two years in prison after being convicted of corruption charges.
Tom O’Brien is retiring from coaching. The following news release was sent out Tuesday morning from virginiasports.com: Charlottesville, Va. –…
To the dismay of some civil libertarians, the City Council has told the Police Chief to explore getting a network of security cameras for the Downtown Mall.
City councilors have granted the YMCA another one-year extension to arrange financing for their project.
City councilors have agreed to name roadway through McIntire Park for John Warner.
VDOT is planning to install a roundabout in the Palmyra area.
A prominent economist predicts Virginia will along this year.
Congressman Robert Hurt has revealed his goals for this year.