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Congressman Robert Hurt (R- Chatham) has formally opened his local campaign office.
Virginia's main advocate for veterans services will step down in October.
The annual Pride Festival has honored Attorney General Mark Herring.
Scottsville has had an opportunity to celebrate its role in Albemarle history.
President Teresa Sullivan has updated the UVA Board of Visitors on campaign against sexual misconduct and violence.
At the University of Virginia, administrators are working on cutting the budget as ordered by the governor.
An advisory panel has learned more about the timetable for the 29-Rio interchange construction.
The University of Virginia expects to demolish its last few original Alderman Road dorms of the 1960's.
The Albemarle Supervisors have approved a resolution that supports this weekend's Gay Pride festival.
The Downtown Job Center is now up and running.
Democrat Mark Warner continues to have a substantial lead in his U.S. Senate re-election bid.
A poll by Christopher Newport University shows most Virginians support the verdicts handed down against Bob and Maureen McDonnell.
Attorney General Mark Herring has proposed a plan to reduce drug abuse across Virginia.
The Charlottesville Police Department expects to get some body cameras soon.
Dominion Virginia Power says it will put more of its lines underground in the next decade.
Virginia Organizing meets with state leaders as it begins its 20th year of political activity.
Virginians are reacting to the President's delay of an immigration reform plan.
Environmental activists urge Virginia leaders to support tough stance regarding power plants.
A onetime member of the House of Delegates is appealing his bribery conviction.
Bob and Maureen McDonnell have been found guilty of most charges against them.