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A central Virginia woman who fell victim to drug abuse and crime has turned her life around with the help of Goodwill's job training program. [Read More]
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The Charlottesville-based Blue Ridge Poison Center and the Food and Drug Administration are putting out a warning for the deadly risks associated with the plant... [Read More]
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Besides inaugurating Governor Ralph Northam, Justin Fairfax was also sworn in on Saturday, January 13, as the lieutenant governor of Virginia. [Read More]
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Lawmakers from central Virginia and the valley praised the inauguration for its peaceful transfer of power. ... [Read More]
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A nonprofit that's working to end illiteracy in central Virginia is training a new group of volunteer tutors. Literacy Volunteers of Charlottesville-Albemarle held a training... [Read More]
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The United Way is gearing up for its 10th year of helping people in central Virginia file their taxes. [Read More]
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Charlottesville police confirm ropes with loops hanging from a tree outside the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library are not nooses. [Read More]
On January 12, 2018 at approximately 8:13 pm, the Culpeper Police Department responded to the 600-block of Sperryville Pike for a vehicle crash involving a... [Read More]
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Ralph Shearer Northam was sworn into office Saturday as Virginia's 73rd governor, calling from the steps of the state Capitol for Virginians to find their... [Read More]
New protocol is in place in hopes of making it easier for University of Virginia students to report sexual assaults. [Read More]
Charlottesville architecture firm Bushman Dreyfus Architects has announced it's looking for public artwork that better represents the city than the Confederate statues. [Read More]
More information is coming out about the deficit Albemarle County Public Schools could face in the next budget. The school system is expecting to receive... [Read More]
A fire at a Charlottesville restaurant during lunchtime forced diners to evacuate and owners to temporarily shut down. [Read More]
The University of Virginia is seeing the largest undergraduate application pool in school history. This comes despite the violence that took place at the university... [Read More]
Senators Mark Warner and Tim Kaine are throwing their support behind a bill to help domestic violence victims and their pets. [Read More]
A team of plumbers and maintenance staff is working out of Crescent Halls Apartments after a pipe burst Thursday, January 11, leaving the first floor... [Read More]
The Centers for Disease Control says it's too soon to blame romaine lettuce for a recent E. coli outbreak. However, some Charlottesville businesses are not... [Read More]
Senators in Washington are shining the spotlight on the country's rapidly growing opioid abuse problem. Virginia's Tim Kaine was part of a Senate committee hearing... [Read More]
The Louisa County Historical Society has received a grant that will make it easier for people to explore the history of the area. [Read More]
RMC Events, Virginia's premier event staffing company, has announced the creation of 300 new part-time positions in the Charlottesville and Harrisonburg regions. [Read More]
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