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The former first lady will be in court on October 29th.
Ken Boyd says rejecting the possibility of development at I-64 and 29 South sends businesses the wrong message.
Local freelance workers and independent contractors voiced both their opinions and concerns over the expanding segment of the economy.
City Police have arrested a suspect in a recent credit card theft and fraud case.
Greene County has set up a Safe Exchange Zone, a designated area in front of the Sheriff's Office to buy and sell items posted online.
The Albemarle Planning Commission opposes possible zoning changes near the 29 South/I-64 intersection.
Critics of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline raise their voices in downtown Charlottesville.
Movie critic and historian Leonard Maltin will be a guest of the upcoming Virginia Film Festival.
An Ivy man has been hit with a wrongful death lawsuit.
A new academic year begins Wednesday in Albemarle County and Charlottesville.
City Councilors approve a resolution that deals with parking shortages in the Court Square area.
Republican members of the General Assembly are warning Governor McAuliffe he should not reappoint Jane Roush to Virginia's Supreme Court.
CityPolice are asking for help in identifying those who might have been involved with, or witnessed, shots fired recently on Monticello Road.
City Police have arrested a suspect in a burglary on Jefferson Park Avenue.
Virginia Lottery celebrates another profitable year.
Once again, WINA will have High School Football on its airwaves this season.
The State Senate abruptly adjourns without approving a candidate for a Virginia Supreme Court vacancy.
City councilors expect to vote next month on a revised ordinance dealing with short-term rentals.
City Councilors postpone action for 90 days on West Main streetscape.
The speed limits are changing on some heavily traveled Charlottesville roads.