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High school football scores and highlights from across Central Virginia on the Friday Night Fury on Friday, September 17th. [Read More]
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage month in Charlottesville Saturday night with festive, live music performances at the Ix Art Park. [Read More]
Numerous reports came in all across the area this morning of a 'boom' and ground shaking. We are still working to learn more and this... [Read More]
The 2021 Fridays After Five season is now over. Each Friday it brought thousands of people to the Downtown Mall for the free music series,... [Read More]
The University of Virginia has a program for people with HIV once they are released from jail or prison. [Read More]
Navigating Charlottesville's Downtown Mall is getting a bit easier now, thanks to some new maps. [Read More]
The Virginia Department of Health now provides QR codes to people vaccinated against COVID-19. [Read More]
A Charlottesville group is working to address issues such as poverty, equality, and access to services. [Read More]
The number of COVID-19 patients at the University of Virginia Medical Center is gradually increasing, which is putting a strain on the hospital system. [Read More]
Harmful algae such as cyanobacteria can cause skin rash and other illnesses such as upset stomach, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. [Read More]
Early voting for the November elections got underway Friday, September 17. [Read More]
Latest numbers from the Virginia Department of Health on coronavirus in the commonwealth. [Read More]
Charlottesville City Schools is opting into an optional state testing program which includes random group testing. [Read More]
The William Monroe football team has won seven games in a row against Madison County, and the the border rivals will square off on Friday... [Read More]
K-12 students in Charlottesville and Albemarle County get tested for COVID-19. [Read More]
The Pie Chest on East High Street in Charlottesville will now be used only for cooking and classes. [Read More]
Beginning October 3, Charlottesville Area Transit will no longer come into the Rio Hill Shopping Center. This comes after the property manager requested the bus... [Read More]
If you're trying to quit smoking, then this class may help you. [Read More]
If you're trying to quit smoking, then this class may help you. [Read More]
As school districts grapple with keeping students safe from COVID-19, there's another big issue at hand: a major bus driver shortage, causing concern for schools,... [Read More]
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