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Women in 'E-STEAM' fields, which stands for entrepreneurship, science, technology, math, art and engineering, participated in a summit to give young girls an idea of... [Read More]
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The Charlottesville Human Rights Commission and the International Rescue Committee hosted a 'resettlement simulation' for community members to participate in.  ... [Read More]
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Charlottesville residents who haven't received tickets for the 'Concert for Charlottesville' should check with the main post office on Seminole Trail. ... [Read More]
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Chelsea Scott was charged following a violent crime spree in central Virginia has learned their punishment in federal court. ... [Read More]
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According to Louisa County Sheriff Major Donnie Lowe, police are investigating the discovery of a deceased woman. ... [Read More]
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The Charlottesville Police Department is proud to announce that Officer Alexander Blank has been awarded the annual MADD DUI Enforcement Award for his efforts in... [Read More]
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According to Waynesboro's Deputy Fire Marshal George Fitzgerald, a fire broke out on the second floor of the apartment building on Winchester Avenue around 9:30... [Read More]
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August County Sheriff's office is requesting the public's assistance with a burglary that occurred Sunday September 17. The possible vehicle involved has North Carolina plates EFK-8840. ... [Read More]
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Charlottesville city council will reconsider who is handling the independent review into white supremacy events that happened this summer. ... [Read More]
Stony Point Build/Design is unveiling plans to transform the old Monticello Dairy Building at the intersection of Grady and Preston. ... [Read More]
Eighteen-year-old Huissuan Stinnie is wanted for second degree murder and use of a firearm in commission of a felony. ... [Read More]
Metered parking kicked off September 5 in the city as part of a six month pilot program. ... [Read More]
The Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA is exploring options for how it can improve its facility to be more in line with its no kill vision.   ... [Read More]
The Thomas Jefferson Health District's (TJHD) Charlottesville/Albemarle Health Department will host a free Safe Food Handling Class on Monday, September 18, 2017, from 5:30 p.m.... [Read More]
A group of kayakers is paddling the James River to highlight the effects they could have on the water. ... [Read More]
President Trump is expected to make a decision on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) September 5, students at the University of Virginia are... [Read More]
Charlottesville and Albemarle county government leaders will take extra time to hear from the community about the controversial events of August 11 and 12. ... [Read More]
A couple from Connecticut is spreading some love on their vacation to Charlottesville by passing out 'hearts of hope.' ... [Read More]
A t-shirt designed by four University of Virginia students is helping victims of Hurricane Harvey recover in Texas. ... [Read More]
The Albemarle County Circuit Court clerk is proposing a new fee for recording a list of heirs on a will, he expects it will generate... [Read More]
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