A freight train derailed Thursday spilling many tons of coal in southern Albemarle County.
A Ridge Street facility that began operating in 1935 plans to close next month.
Albemarle Police have charged a former employee of Westminster Canterbury with breaking into some residences at the facility.
City Councilors expect to make a decision after Labor Day regarding the future site for a farmers’ market.
Republican E. W. Jackson has brought his campaign for Lieutenant Governor to Charlottesville.
Members of the Charlottesville School Board are starting to make early choices about the division’s budget for the 2014-’15 academic year.
Two women had more than they bargained for during a Thursday afternoon tubing excursion.
AAA-Virginia is warning drivers about the impact of summer heat on car batteries.
One of Virginia’s newest laws makes it easier for renters to challenge evictions.
The Richmond Commonwealth’s Attorney says there will be no charges against Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli.