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Governor McAuliffe selected three area women for statewide boards and commissions.
Virginia's gun sales in 2014 are far below the figures for last year.
Albemarle Supervisors continue to spar over process for Route 29 improvements.
Albemarle's professional firefighters are part of another Fill the Boot campaign.
The Albemarle schools are considering a more aggressive program of building modernizations.
A car slammed into a house late Saturday night in the 700-block of 6th St., S.E.
Area families got together Saturday for the 4th annual Back to School Bash.
Debates over climate change surface at the local and state levels.
A tree fell on UVA's Hospital Drive Thursday afternoon, and injured some participants in a farmer's market.
Charlottesville Police caught many speeders Thursday on the 250 Bypass.
Stony Point Elementary School is getting an interim principal.
The new owner of the Charlottesville Parking Center says his purchase won't affect plans for the City Market.
Funeral services will be Friday for a Culpeper woman and her three daughters.
Albemarle County is delaying consideration of expanding the photo-red program on the Route 29 corridor.
The Albemarle Supervisors have endorsed an expansion at a private school in Ivy.
Those who ride Charlottesville Area Transit buses will find a variety of route changes beginning Saturday.
City Police have charged a 22-year-old Albemarle man with breaking-and-entering.
University of Virginia economist Ed Burton says the U.S. economy remains stagnant.
The latest figures show retail sales were up during the first half of this year in most localities in our region.
The city is installing markings at the University Avenue-Rugby Road intersection to make it safer for bicyclists.