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The Albemarle Schools will have many new teachers when classes begin next Wednesday.
A UVA Associate Professor of Speech and Voice has something to say about vocal fry.
Merchants learn more about VDOT's plans, including September changes to shopping center entrances.
The candidates for the Rivanna and Scottsville District seats on the Albemarle Board of Supervisors attended a Wednesday forum.
The four men and one woman who are competing for three seats on City Council squared off Wednesday at the Senior Center.
Some intersections near Albemarle Square and Fashion Square will close soon.
A retiring member of the Charlottesville School Board proposes adding a student member.
Time is running out for many parents to get their kids vaccinated before school starts.
Albemarle school transportation officials say the county saved money on this year's bus purchases.
Virginia has improved results on its Standards of Learning tests.
There's growing support for the appointment of Jane Roush to the Virginia Supreme Court.
The Virginia Education Association backs Ned Gallaway for State Senate.
Gas prices across Virginia continue a downward spiral.
Former UNC wide receiver and graduate TJ Thorpe is in Charlottesville for his final year of eligibility. The orange may feel a bit bright, but he pulls it off well.
The ABC agents who arrested Martese Johnson have returned to active duty.
The Schilling Show blog reports former Albemarle supervisor Chris Dumler is living in the Philippines.
Albemarle County has the most traffic fatalities of any locality in the state so far in 2015.
A UVA first-year football player has been charged with DUI.
VDOT is planning some lane closings this week to inspect rural bridges in Albemarle County.
Governor McAuliffe has appointed a University of Virginia law student to the Virginia Milk Commission.