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The first formal public hearing on the overall budget is scheduled for Feb. 1. [Read More]
MARION, Va. Lestrice Ann Thomas, age 73, passed away on Tuesday, December 12, 2017, at the University Of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville, Va. She... [Read More]
Margie Lucille Sours, loving wife, mother and grandmother of Charlottesville, Virginia, passed away peacefully on Thursday, December 7, 2017. She was born on October 31,... [Read More]
Frances Maupin Shisler, 89, of Charlottesville, passed away in the early hours of Thursday, December 7, 2017. Eldest daughter of William and Martha Maupin, Frances... [Read More]
Herman J. Ortmann Jr., 87, of Charlottesville, Virginia, entered peacefully into eternal rest on Monday, December 4, 2017, at home surrounded by family, friends and... [Read More]
Some new designs for the West2nd development downtown were rejected. [Read More]
JMU head coach Mike Houston signed a 10 year contract extension Tuesday. [Read More]
A trial in 2016 incident could be rescheduled informally before a hearing next week. [Read More]
Charlottesville City Council is revealing some of its proposed changes to the permit process it will take up at Monday's meeting. ... [Read More]
A new mixed-use building coming to downtown Charlottesville is one step closer to getting even bigger. [Read More]
When Confederate partisans came to town not long after the August 12 eruption in Charlottesville, Richmond was ready. Public safety officials did an excellent job... [Read More]
In Staunton, the Lee High School Drama Club is giving an encore performance of a play that earned them the state championship. [Read More]
The Staunton Mall movie theater is getting new life. [Read More]
Here are some of the high school basketball scores from Tuesday night. [Read More]
Virginia State Police are investigating a crash that killed two people in Churchville. [Read More]
On Monday, officials from Charlottesville, Virginia, denied a permit request submitted by far-right organizer Jason Kessler, who wanted to host another Unite the Right rally... [Read More]
Governor Terry McAuliffe wants to change state law so localities can limit the carrying of firearms at some large events. [Read More]
Fishburne Military School in Waynesboro is taking part in a national effort to honor those who serve the United States with a holiday tradition. [Read More]
Virginia leads the country in scoring defense, limiting opponents to just 53 points per game. [Read More]
Governor McAuliffe talks about proposed changes to permit process in the wake of Unite the Right rally. [Read More]