Local » Page 3

Pipeline (clipart)

Several Alternate Dominion Pipeline Routes

Dominion has come up with several alternative segments for the natural gas pipeline that would go through Nelson and Augusta.

Signer Mike (DZ)

Signer Releases “A Greener City” Plan

City Council candidate Mike Signer has an environmental plan he calls "a greener city."

Rouillard Kym 051815 (sent to us)

Another Fluvanna Court Clerk Candidate

A woman who works in Albemarle Circuit Court is running for Clerk of Fluvanna Circuit.

Taliferro Julian Harper 051815

Man Charged With Robbery On Hardy Drive

A man has been charged with robbery following a Sunday night incident on Hardy Drive.

Preservation Virginia logo

Sweet Briar Campus On Endangered List

A group has placed the campus of Sweet Briar College on its list of endangered historic places.

Digital Camera

UVA Completes Another Academic Year

UVA has completed another academic year.

Sweet Briar College logo

Sweet Briar Bids Farewell To 2015 Grads

Sweet Briar College has bid farewell to its Class of 2015.

Koleszar Steve 121009

Higher Pay Considered For School Board

The Albemarle School Board considers raising the salaries of its members.

Werner Chief Charles 051811

Fire Chief Urges Residents To Fly Flag

Charlottesville's fire chief wants area residents to fly the flag for Memorial Day.

McAuliffe Terry 040115 (DZ)

Governor Picks New Health Board Members

Governor appoints two new members of Virginia Board of Health.

Shenandoah Valley view from Blue Ridge Parkway

Park Creates New Kid Friendly Trail

Shenandoah National Park is establishing another kid-friendly trail.

Digital Camera

UVA Has Thousands Of New Alumni

UVA gained thousands of new alumni on Saturday. .

Greyson Lambert NCAA Football: Virginia at Brigham Young

UVa QB Greyson Lambert Granted Transfer

Greyson Lambert moving on from UVA.

Baseball

UVA Finishes Sweep of UNC

UVA Baseball team swept an ACC road series with UNC.

Louisa County Seal

Small Plane Damages Dock On Lake Anna

A small plane accidentally hit a dock Saturday on Lake Anna in Louisa County.

Dofflemeyer M 51615 (sent to us)

Sheriff’s Office Charges Woman With Crimes

The Greene Sheriff's Office charges a woman with forgery, petty larceny, and credit card fraud.

Digital Camera

FERC Won’t Allow More Pipeline Hearings

FERC spurns requests for more hearings on natural gas pipeline.

Digital Camera

Commencement Weekend Underway At UVA

The weekend that includes UVA's Final Exercises has a new timetable.

A Matthew Jesse with FBI Agents 92714 CC (sent to us)

No Delay In Matthew Fairfax Trial

A judge has refused to delay the Fairfax trial of Jesse Matthew.

Charlottesville Police Logo

Car Hits Young Boy, Minor Injuries

A five-year-old boy had bruises and cuts after being hit by a car early Friday morning in the Belmont neighborhood.

Sponsored By

Latest Stories

in Albemarle County, Charlottesville City, Local, Surrounding Counties

Soldiers Remembered In Earlysville

2015 Eville Mem Day Wreath

The event both celebrated and service and mourned the sacrifices of men and women in uniform.

in Local Sports, Sports, UVA Sports

Virginia Baseball Heading West In the NCAAT

David Rosenberger UVA Baseball

Monday afternoon Virginia Baseball had its name called during the NCAAT Selection Show and it will be featured in UC Santa Barbara's Region as the #3 seed. The Hoos will open up play against #2 seed Southern California, while #4 seed San Diego State will match up with the host #1 UC Santa Barbara.

in Entertainment

PHOTOS: Dogs of Hollywood

amysmart

Check out these celebs and their four-legged friends.

in National

Visitors to NYC’s World Trade Center can ‘see forever’

worldtradeobservatory

The center's new observatory opens Friday, offering spectacular views stretching 50 miles past the Manhattan skyline to the Atlantic Ocean.

in Entertainment

National Portrait Gallery show explores nature of celebrity

bradpitt

In the age of selfies and social media, the idea of what makes a celebrity has expanded far beyond the Hollywood icons of the past.