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The Albemarle Schools name a pair of new principals.
Area Social Services Departments are accepting cooling assistance applications.
A trial date for Jesse Matthew has been set following a hearing that involved Albemarle's top prosecutors and Matthew's lawyers.
Albemarle Police say they arrested two suspects who tried to break into a house and fired a shot through the door.
Virginians are reacting to a Supreme Court decision dealing with health insurance subsidies.
The UVA baseball team has won its first NCAA championship.
A former minister is accused of putting false information on a voter application.
A Wednesday night fire damaged a house on Porters Road in the Esmont area.
More reaction to the Governor's plans to get rid of license plates with Confederate flags.
The board that oversees the Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority hears about low water levels at Sugar Hollow.
Area swimmers have successfully lobbied to restore early Saturday morning hours at the Smith Aquatic Center.
A onetime candidate for a Virginia congressional seat defends the Confederate flag.
Governor McAuliffe is moving to ban the Confederate flag from Virginia license plates.
SARA is accepting nominations for this year's Annette Grimm award.
Verizon will install a temporary cell phone tower at this year's Lockn' Festival to improve service.
Republican Earl Smith has officially kicked off his run for Scottsville District supervisor.
Charlottesville firefighters want you to stay safe when your home experiences power ourages.
Albemarle Parks and Rec Department will set up an amphitheater that recognizes Sir Paul McCartney.
Residents of Fluvanna and Buckingham with a Scottsville address are getting a free pass to the library.
A Fluvanna County man was killed and two children were injured Sunday afternoon in a single-vehicle crash on Route 29 South.