Virginians are among those mourning Nelson Mandela.
The Charlottesville Planning Commission will take up the stalled Landmark Hotel project.
A state medical examiner determines a body that turned up in Lynchburg was Jamisha Gilbert.
The local unemployment rate went up .1% in October.
The Fluvanna supervisors have scrapped a deal to build a water pipeline from Lake Monticello to Zion Crossroads.
Some employees of Virginia’s fast food restaurants say they can’t make it on their current pay.
UVA holds its annual Lighting of the Lawn, and a choral group entertains at Charlottesville High School.
Broaddus Wood Elementary School returned to normal operations after a car had crashed into the building before students got there.
Lynchburg Police say the body of a black female was found Wednesday morning.
The families of several young people who have died or disappeared will hold a news conference Saturday.