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The Charlottesville School Board hopes City Councilors can help them cover teacher pay raises.
Legislation requiring Dominion Resources to comply with Virginia's FOI law has been rejected.
UVA's President says the school will be a leader in battling sexual violence.
Two men, one from Charlottesville and the other from Culpeper County, have been charged with soliciting a minor.
The value of taxable property in Charlottesville increased by 2.38%.
Many Albemarle County teachers have urged the school board to pursue higher salaries for their employees.
The chairman of the House Appropriations Committee says public employees might get salary increases.
A state senate committee has balked at legislation that would eliminate more standardized tests.
A State Senate committee has rejected legislation that would overturn a law involving ultrasounds.
Hampden-Sydney College has called off classes until next week.
Mayor Satyendra Huja has announced that he will not seek re-election to City Council.
Many University of Virginia students resent the advice being dispensed by the National Panhellenic Conference.
UVA has hired a company to provide security in neighborhoods near the Grounds.
A bill linking marijuana derivatives with epilepsy has been approved by a State Senate committee.
Sorority members at UVA have been told to stay away from fraternity recruitment events this coming Saturday.