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Lower homeowner insurance rates could be coming to Albemarle
Albemarle County is considering a possible expansion of a nuisance ordinance to include stagnant water.
The "Cavalier Daily", which is a UVA student newspaper, is apologizing for April Fools' Day stories.
A judge has thrown out the recent felony case against former Delegate Joe Morrissey.
Governor Terry McAuliffe was the guest speaker Wednesday morning at a breakfast meeting of the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce.
There's now a statewide chamber of commerce to serve the gay community and an effort to form a local chapter.
A compost pile will become a new feature of the City market.
A wildfire in Botetourt County consumes hundreds of acres.
State Police are investigating two suspicious structure fires in Nelson County.
UVA has released a new interim policy on sexual assault.
Firefighters responded to ten brush fires Tuesday in Albemarle.
A Culpeper man died Monday within hours of being subdued by a stun gun.
Three people were charged with DUI during an Albemarle Police roadblock this past Friday night.
Two properties in Albemarle County have been added to the Virginia Landmarks Register.
Tuition and room and board are both going up about 4% at Virginia Tech.
Police have captured the prisoner who escaped early Tuesday morning from a Northern Virginia hospital.
Former Virginia Tech president Paul Torgersen has passed away.
Paving will cause possible delays near the intersection of McIntire Road and the 250 Bypass.
A town hall meeting Monday night included questions about the supervisors' and the school board's top funding priorities.
The group cites laws on the use of drones and license plate data.