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Charlottesville has a new manager for the Office of Human Rights.
Some parents. students and educators are urging the Albemarle School Board to re-think some redistricting proposals that are now being considered.
Demands for justice include emails from people who think Commonwealth Attorney Diana Wheeler's children should be poisoned because not all of the animals have been seized.
Now that construction is underway on the new YMCA, there will be some changes for getting into McIntire Park.
CAT prepares to resume trolley service to the 2nd Street stop on the Downtown Mall.
VDOT has curtailed some of extended lane closures at the Rio at 29 North intersection
UVA and Miami are meeting for the 13th time in series history.
The Albemarle Supervisors have approved a plan to modernize the transfer station at the old Ivy landfill.
The Albemarle Supervisors want to install radar speed signs on Carrsbrook Drive.
VDOT is preparing to reopen Proffit Road.
Albemarle County wants community engagement in the planning for a public safety station in the Pantops area.
Waynesboro Police have arrested a Charlottesville man who was tripped up by his baggy pants.
Albemarle Republican Robert Tracci has defeated incumbent Democrat Denise Lunsford, and will be the county's next Commonwealth's Attorney.
Democrats Richard Randolph and Norman Dill have won open seats on the Albemarle Board of Supervisors.
Democrat Jon Zug has trounced three opponents, and will be the next Clerk of Albemarle Circuit Court.
The Democrats sweep the City Council elections, as Wes Bellamy, Kathy Galvin and Mike Signer win four-year terms.
The Republicans retain control of both chambers of the General Assembly.
Election Results as they come in for Charlottesville and Albemarle.
City Councilors agree to spend $350,000 to help the Piedmont Housing Alliance with its plans for Friendship Court.
City councilors have postponed a vote that deals with zoning along West Main Street.