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A man was charged with felonious assault Monday afternoon after another man was beaten and cut with a knife.
A renovation project is being considered for the Market Street library.
Jesse Matthew will appear before a judge in Fairfax County via teleconference this Friday.
Virginia is getting more aggressive in monitoring travelers from Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia
A Woolen Mills man has told City Council he's glad Registrar Sheri Iachetta's credit cards were revoked.
University of Virginia students have created a memorial to the late Hannah Graham.
Albemarle County school officials are exploring possibilities for the high school of the future.
He will appear before the judge via teleconference.
The Democratic and Republican nominees for the U.S. Senate have picked up newspaper endorsements.
Henrico Police want to catch a robbery suspect who was wielding a machete.
The State Council for Higher Education predicts a larger percentage of Virginia's college students will apply for financial aid.
The National Park Service wants to know if it's feasible to create a Lewis and Clark trail in our region.
A medical examiner confirms the remains found off Old Lynchburg Road October 18th match Hannah Graham.
School offers condolences to Hannah Graham's family.
Albemarle Commonwealth's Attorney Denise Lunsford has reacted to a report from a state medical examiner.
A costly fire has damaged a company near 29 North in Albemarle County.