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Hundreds in Albemarle County came out Thursday night to voice their opposition to the grade separated interchange planned at the Rio Road intersection on Route 29.
The Albemarle County School Board hosted a work session and heard public comments Thursday evening.The school system is facing a budget gap of more than $3 million.
The so-called "Safe Reporting" Law would offer some legal protection for drug users, as long as they call 911 and work with emergency responders to save the person having an overdose.
The controversial "Common Core" education standards put in place by the majority of other states - but not Virginia - could soon be even less likely to come to the commonwealth.
Augusta County is working on plans to build a new Riverheads Elementary School, after the School Board got the OK Wednesday night from the Board of Supervisors.
City leaders are looking ahead after nTelos Wireless announced 48 people working at the company's Waynesboro headquarters are out of a job.
Richard Clay Smith is accused of shooting and killing a Mount Sidney man last August, then stealing his truck.Thursday, Smith waived his right to a speedy trial.
Rooney, a pup who was in such bad shape the SPCA thought they'd have to euthanize her, is now rolling toward recovery and looking for a forever home.
Jim Carpenter of Gitchell's Studio in Charlottesville will be presented with Professional Photographers of America's Imaging Excellence Bar.
The Charlottesville Police Department is continuing to receive complaints from area businesses and residents in reference to phone calls where money is being demanded.
According to Piedmont CASA, more than 27 percent or roughly 12,000 men, women and children in Charlottesville and Albemarle County live below the poverty line.
Kenneth Michael Moore Jr. pleaded guilty to felony eluding, possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute and knowingly possessing a stolen firearm.
Charlottesville Mayor Satyendra Huja has announced that he will not seek another term. He will complete his second term as councilor and mayor on December 31.
Virginia state employees could see a small pay raise under a new proposal by House Republicans.
A controversial state liquor store on Charlottesville's West Main Street is staying put. ABC officials say they plan to renew the store's lease even after hundreds spoke out against it.
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