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Another utility in our region is reporting a scam.
It's costing more to get into Shenandoah National Park.
Poultry plant workers have minor injuries after a chemical leak.
Excavations at Ash Lawn-Highland might have unearthed part of an earlier house.
A new poll from Christopher Newport University shows Jeb Bush leading Hillary Clinton by two percentage points.
A second Navy SEAL has died following a training accident in Virginia Beach.
UVA Rector George Martin expects the Board of Visitors to extend the contract of President Teresa Sullivan.
Faculty members at Sweet Briar sue their employer.
Many political figures will appear at Virginia schools in May.
Albemarle's two charter schools will be in the same building by the fall.
The longtime director of the Buford Middle School band is retiring.
A registration deadline is looming for Virginia's June 9th primaries.
City officials have recognized Charles Alexander, a well-known motivational speaker.
UVA defeated Virginia Tech in the Commonwealth Clash, sponsored by Virginia529.
The UVA baseball team dropped both games of a Sunday doubleheader at N.C. State.
A war of words over John Hinckley, Jr.'s future trips to the Williamsburg area resumes Monday.
A weekend fire gutted a single-story house near Stanardsville.
The latest spring running of the Foxfield races was cooler, wetter, and generated fewer arrests.
UVA's new Student Council President will serve on a statewide panel reviewing ABC procedures.
A Friday afternoon fire gutted an equipment shed and workshop on Carter's Mountain Road.