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The city of Charlottesville is launching a crisis response team to deal with the aftermath and – most importantly – prevention of violence.
Mark Weiner, a Barboursville man convicted of abduction, had his sentencing hearing postponed in Albemarle County Circuit Court Tuesday.
Members of the Augusta Tea Party plan to speak out against the housing of Central American children at a juvenile detention facility, and a supervisor hopes things don’t get out of hand.
The RWSA is shelling out more money than it planned on because Albemarle and Charlottesville have yet to make a property easement decision.
Eleven humanities projects in Virginia have received grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Construction crews are currently fixing problems that date back decades deep inside Madison County High School.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe is ordering state agencies to contract more often with small businesses and businesses owned by women minorities.
A man is facing charges after Charlottesville police say he posed as a U.S. marshal.
Owners of the new Creative Works Farm in Augusta County cut the ribbon on the 62-acre Camp LIGHT campground-to-be Tuesday.
The Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA is offering a new summer art camp to connect at-risk middle school students with companion animals.
A federal appeals court in Virginia has upheld tax subsidies for low- and middle-income people who buy insurance under the Obama administration's health care reform law.
Funding is available for Virginia localities to address issues related to encroachment of military or security installations.
Police got a call around 7 a.m. Tuesday to White Hall Road in Crozet to find an SUV crashed into the side of a barn.
The white clock that hangs near the corner of 2nd and Water streets disappeared overnight Monday.
Historic Jamestowne is gearing up to commemorate the anniversary of the first legislative assembly in English North America.
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