The event both celebrated and service and mourned the sacrifices of men and women in uniform.
The attorney for Martese Johnson asks a judge to drop charges agaisnt his client.
Waynesboro Police charge a man with robbery and assault and battery.
For this holiday, CAT is operating buses and trolleys on a schedule that matches what you see on Sunday.
A hearing involving Jesse Matthew is continued until next month.
A City Council candidate takes aim at the costs of recent studies.
City officials meet with fans and critics of short-term rentals.
City, county and UVA officials hear about student safety efforts and the Foxfield races.
The trial will take place on February 1, 2016; where has yet to be determined.
Two groups are suing the City of Charlottesville in an effort to get stop-and-frisk records.
A top city official will retire this summer.
The former lawmaker who previously denied a relationship with his part-time secretary now admits he's the father of her child.
The defense wants to squelch evidence in which Matthew's alleged victim claims to recognize him.
Brian Boland's Hoos do it again, the best in the sport in 2015.
The UVA Board of Visitors has extended President Teresa Sullivan's contract.
Some Charlottesville residents are not happy about higher water and sewer bills.
David Oberg hopes to represent the White Hall District.
Returns over the last five years put the University of Virginia at number one.
Virginia's Board of Education honors several local schools.
New information has led to an arrest for the 1983 murder of Richard Miller, Jr.