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The state of emergency in Charlottesville on August 12 forced the University of Virginia to cancel a day of dialogue on race and inequity. ... [Read More]
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Hundreds danced the night away on Friday while rocking out to some great bands - and it's all for a great cause. [Read More]
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Tesla car drivers can find a new place in Albemarle County for a quick charge on the road. The supercharger stations officially opened on Friday,... [Read More]
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The Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce says compared to this time last year, sales are up by almost nine percent in the county while down... [Read More]
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A state delegate from Charlottesville is drafting legislation for next year's general assembly session in response to the violence and vitriol surrounding the Confederate statue... [Read More]
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Elected officials in central Virginia spent their afternoon on September 20 helping out at a food pantry in Albemarle County. Loaves and Fishes Food... [Read More]
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Students, faculty, and staff at the University of Virginia will be coming together on Saturday, September 23, for a series of discussions on race and... [Read More]
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Charlottesville's The Haven at First and Market has served free meals for the homeless for the last few years, and now the people it has... [Read More]
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There's good news for those who weren't able to secure tickets to September 24's benefit concert: the concert will be live streamed for free. ... [Read More]
Woodberry Forest School just completed part of its renovations with the opening of a new library in the heart of campus. ... [Read More]
Some NBC29 viewers have reached out about an incident at Charlottesville's City Council meeting that took place on the evening of Tuesday, September 5. [Read More]
Charlottesville will open the Downtown Mall crossing at Fourth Street the morning of Saturday, September 9. The crossing has remained closed since August 12.. [Read More]
Gov. Terry McAuliffe is reaching out to students across the commonwealth to find new ways to get young people involved in local governance. The governor's Millennial... [Read More]
The Albemarle Board of Supervisors will hear from the community on Wednesday, September 6, about the controversial events that transpired on August 12. ... [Read More]
A Charlottesville woman says she's once again renewing her fight to track down who killed her son. Robin Bryant went before the media in front... [Read More]
A man who says he killed his friend in self defense no longer faces charges in the death case. On Tuesday, September 5, a judge... [Read More]
Data released by the United States Travel Association reveals that all regions in Virginia posted an increase in tourism revenue last year. According to the US... [Read More]
Event organizers say they have raised more than $196,000 toward their $400,000 goal for this year. Money raised from the race will benefit the University... [Read More]
A circuit court judge will hear arguments over the battle to remove two Confederate statues from downtown, which have recently become rallying points for white... [Read More]
National affordable housing expert Willie "JR" Fleming led a discussion with the Charlottesville Coalition for Low-Income Housing, the Legal Aid Justice Center, and the community at... [Read More]
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