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One of the Charlottesville 12 passed away earlier this month in New Jersey.
Many area residents paused Thursday to honor Dr. John Jane.
Several Charlottesville schools will get additional state dollars for extended school year programs.
I-64 westbound reopened after four hours following a tractor-trailer accident Thursday morning in Louisa County.
A smaller amount of land currently zoned rural has now been designated as light industrial at I-64 and 29 South.
The document was released after the agents involved gave their consent.
The panel appointed to look at ABC procedures after the arrest of Martese Johnson came out well ahead of schedule.
Albemarle Police say the occupants of an apartment on Barracks Road were robbed Monday night.
Albemarle Police say a Nelson County woman has died from injuries in a September 8th crash.
Edd Houck's 36-year-old son, Todd, shot himself after killing his estranged wife's boyfriend and leading police on a chase.
A 13-year-old girl was bitten when the animal was accidentally let out of a patrol car.
Dominion Power has a new outage map feature on its website.
The Charlottesville Area Association of Realtors has endorsed the three Democrats in the City Council race.
Harrisonburg Police say a man shot and killed by officers fired at them first.
A man and woman have been charged in a prostitution case.
The state appeals court has dismissed prosecutors' attempts to retry former Delegate Joe Morrissey on four felony counts.
City Councilors voted 3-2 Monday night in favor of amending a ground lease for the YMCA at McIntire Park.
The U.S. Department of Education says UVA violated federal guidelines by not responding quickly to complaints of sexual misconduct.
UVA participated in a national survey focusing on sexual assaults and sexual misconduct.
An updated report shows 18% of families in Charlottesville and Albemarle lack self-sufficiency.