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Two General Assembly members want to know why the public can't see a State Police report on a March 18th incident on the UVA corner.
The Albemarle School Board and the County Supervisors learn more about future financial challenges.
Narcotics detectives have made an arrest on Barbershop Hill Road in Albemarle County.
Charlottesville Police charge a man with vandalism of a church on Cherry Avenue.
An app designed to help CAT riders wins an award.
The Lockn' campground will not open until Friday, forcing thousands to find alternate lodging.
Albemarle Supervisors postpone a vote on a possible change in their comprehensive plan.
More candidates in the November 3rd General Election appear at a Senior Statesmen forum.
Albemarle Democrats are indicating which candidates they want to see win in the fall school board races.
Martha Jefferson Hospital has changed its name and logo to give top billing to the corporate parent.
Jane Dittmar will announce September 17th that she's running for Congress.
City Councilors vote 4-1 for a new transient lodging ordinance.
City councilors delay a decision on amending a ground-lease for the YMCA at McIntire Park.
UVA sides with the U.S. Department of Education on blocking a release of documents involving last year's Rolling Stone article.
A magazine lists UVA as the nation's #3 public university and 26th among all of America's national universities.
The woman who was wounded by gunfire last month while she was being interviewed by a TV crew is out of the hospital.
The proposed YMCA in McIntire Park has a name for its recreation pool.
The jobless rate across our region dropped between June and July.
Virginia will take on the Fighting Irish for the home opener at Scott Stadium.
There was a small fire and brief evacuation of the Holiday Inn-Monticello.