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The UVA Baseballerrs had a season sweep of Liberty Wednesday night topping the Flames 5-2.
Making it legal to light up for health benefits was the topic du jour at a Tuesday town hall meeting with two local lawmakers.
The Democrat hopes to represent the Rivanna District.
The group representing local real estate agents has raised some concerns about the Dominion pipeline.
Two people killed in a Monday night collision in Augusta are identified as a woman and her daughter from Waynesboro.
Prosecutor Denise Lunsford has announced that she's running for another term.
A fire blamed on a lightning strike displaces a Free Union family.
Virginia's ABC agents have a new boss.
City Councilors get an update on area homelessness.
City Council hopeful Mike Signer unveils his economic strategy.
The top man at Professional Movers is this year's Small Business Person Of The Year.
Steve Heon of Western Albemarle High School is Virginia's Athletic Administrator of the Year.
Lawrence Gaughan, who ran for Congress as a Democrat and who originally was running as a Democrat for supervisor, now says he's running as an independent.
Area residents highlight the battle against domestic violence and sexual misconduct.
A Culpeper woman abandons her campaign for the State Senate.
A freedom of information request reveals three complaints against ABC agents since 2010.
After taking two of three from Miami, the UVA baseball team prepares for a busy week.
The General Assembly approves a revised cap on gifts from lobbyists.
Albemarle County schools are struggling with space shortages.
Tim Kaine uses 8th anniversary of the Virginia Tech massacre to promote gun control.