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Charlottesville's Young Black Professional Network is hosting a showing of Harlem Nights to raise money for a youth mentorship program.
Eight people are vying for three spots on Staunton City Council about to be up for grabs.
ACPS has eight days until its budget is supposed to be approved, and now they are looking more seriously at potential cuts.
Virginia is seeing an explosion of farmers markets.
Virginia is offering a few walks on the wild side.
The Staunton Performing Arts Center will be hosting acoustic-only open mic nights the third Wednesday of every month.
Three people were treated for injuries after a car accident in front of Barracks Road Shopping Center Wednesday afternoon.
People shared mixed opinions Wednesday night about an increased tax rate Augusta County is considering.
Charlottesville and Albemarle County are part of a film focusing on population growth and the costs associated with it.
Nelson supervisors voted to raise the county real estate tax and personal property tax at their meeting Tuesday.
Charlottesville police are investigating a home invasion and stabbing that took place Tuesday night.
A 92-year-old World War II Veteran who lives in Charlottesville is being recognized for his work in the community.
Construction crews completed the diverging diamond at I-64 in Zion Crossroads this week, and now it’s up to drivers to figure their way through the unusual figuration.
The Charlottesville High School string ensemble played a three-song concert for people on the downtown mall Wednesday afternoon.
Wednesday, Staunton's Valley Mission is celebrating a fresh space for families and children with an open house.
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