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Community activists, including Charlottesville area residents, mobilized for Virginia March For Justice.
University of Virginia Greek houses have more students pledging them this semester.
Virginia's Republican Party has chosen a new leader.
The chairman of the Republican committee for the Fifth Congressional District has been ousted.
Albemarle County has growing lists of students with limited English proficiency.
The State Senate is considering a bill that would let a political party create the rules for its primary elections.
A husband and wife in their 80's died following an apparent murder-suicide.
Retiring Albemarle Supervisor Ken Boyd challenges a message Chairwoman Jane Dittmar sent to VDOT.
A State Senate panel has rejected a bill allowing adoption by the partners of unmarried gay parents.
Philip Shucet has praised the bids VDOT received for the 29 North improvement projects.
A fire guts a 19th-century house in the northeast corner of Albemarle County.
A bill that deals with student athletic fees has cleared the House of Delegates.
A judge has sentenced Claire Ogilvie to four years in prison for a 2014 incident at the home of a local lawmaker.
Members say they never saw Delegate Rob Bell’s bill, which might kill the Rio Road/29 North interchange.
DNA test results are back, and DNA from the suspect in the Hannah Graham case could not be found in Alexis Murphy’s car.
A fundraiser is underway to help with funeral expenses for Damien Shifflett of Stanardsville.
UVA students will be part of a nationwide survey on sexual assault on college campuses.
Nelson County property owners who have prevented surveying for a pipeline have taken legal action.
Citing his felony convictions of public corruption, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board has stripped Bob McDonnell of his license to practice law.
Steve Koleszar is seeking a sixth term on the Albemarle School Board.