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Some of our area's best young spellers have showcased their talents.
The General Assembly has approved legislation that deals with a person's right to privacy after he or she has died.
Some graduates of Sweet Briar College are vowing to fight plans to close their school.
Three small children have died after a house fire in Portsmouth.
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A Saturday event in Fluvanna County showcased the search for Janet Renee Field and Bonnie Santiago.
The time-change weekend gave area firefighters a chance to provide a reminder about smoke-alarm batteries.
Incumbent City Councilwoman Kathy Galvin wants a second term.
Rio at 29 North Interchange opponents have followed through on their threat to file a lawsuit.
A Fairfax judge will allow some court documents that involve Jesse Matthew to remain sealed.
A Powerball ticket bought in Palmyra for the Wednesday drawing is worth $2 million.
Three men get hit with fines after a hunting trip to Nelson County.
The University of Virginia women's basketball program lost to Miami 62-52 on Thursday, ending its play in the ACC Tournament.
TSA agents have charged a Lynchburg man with trying to bring a handgun aboard a plane.
A City Council hopeful who's a repeat candidate says he's learned a lot in the past two years.
The defense attorney for Jesse Matthew has been granted requests to delay the trial and get help from a DNA expert.
City Councilor Dede Smith is seeking another term on City Council.
The Albemarle supervisors have voted to advertise a real estate tax rate that's 2.5 cents higher than originally proposed.
Dominion Resources has postponed the open house on alternative natural gas pipeline routes that was to have been held Thursday afternoon.
A man involved in a fatal collision Sunday night on I-64 in Goochland County now faces more serious charges.