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Debra Rizzo never planned to stay in the states for long when she came with her husband and kids more than 20 years ago but things changed as they got to know the U.S.
In Scottsville, the fire department set up more than 2,000 fireworks. Firefighters say they had about 300 fireworks just in the finale of this show.
Nearly 70, anti-pipeline protesters from the organization, Friends of Nelson, lined up along Rt. 20 hoping to catch the attention of pipeline supporter, Gov. McAuliffe.
As part of its community give back program, Ruby Tuesday will donate 20 percent of your purchase each Saturday in July to People and Congregations Engaged in Ministry.
More than 70 new citizens from 40 countries around the world took an oath of citizenship promising to support and defend the United States Constitution at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello.
The Red Cross is helping a family find housing while they're displaced after a fire has caused significant damage to their Albemarle home.
Charlottesville City Council Candidate, Mike Signer says Madison is the only one of our Founding Fathers not properly honored-- and that there are many reasons why he should be.
Fluvanna County's largest housing community will be undergoing some major renovations over this coming year.
According to research from UVA. civil commitments for people in mental distress are on the rise.
Monticello is preparing for its biggest event of the year. Dozens of people will become U.S. citizens at Jefferson's home Saturday, and thousands more will attend the celebration.
Organized by 100 Black Men of Central Virginia, M-Cubed aims to tutor young African-American men in math while also boosting self-confidence.
One farmer says that when people try to pass slower moving tractors on some well-traveled scenic roads it affects safety for other drivers, passengers, and for farmers operating their farm vehicles.
The Fourth of July weekend sees a high number of pets running away or going missing, thanks to fireworks and other loud noises. Veterinarians say there are precautions pet owners can take.
Police have charged Diana E. Pacheco of Waynesboro with grand larceny and credit card theft.
The Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA will once again offer a summer camp for at risk youth, thanks to a grant from the Bama Works Fund.
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