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Cville Community Invited to See W. Main Street Concept


The public is invited to see the concept that has been developed for the future of West Main Street in Charlottesville. More>>

Study: Needs Far Outstrip Public Mental Health Services in Central VA


Many central Virginians are not receiving the public mental health services they need, according to new research by a UVA economics professor. More>>

Free Health Screenings to be Offered at Cville Health Fair Video included


People of all ages can get a variety of free health screenings in Charlottesville this weekend. More>>

Grant Extends Life of UVA Theology Program


A $2.1 million grant is headed to a long-term theological research program at the University of Virginia. More>>

"Shakespeare in the Parks" Tour Kicks Off Saturday in Charlottesville Video included


The Hamner Theater will kick off its "Shakespeare in the Parks" tour Saturday evening. More>>

BGF Recognizes Skip Wootten Volunteer of the Year


Building Goodness Foundation (BGF) will present its 2014 Skip Wootten Volunteer of the Year Award to Paul Ackerman. More>>

Supervisors Invite Public Input on Transportation in Albemarle Video included


Two supervisors want to hear from you about certain areas of Albemarle before they approve the county's comprehensive plan. More>>

Charlottesville Assault Suspect Now Charged with Rape


A man already charged with assault and battery now faces a rape charge in Charlottesville. More>>

Charlottesville Boards and Commissions Seeking Applicants


The city of Charlottesville is seeking applicants to serve on a number of boards and commissions. More>>

Grand Jury to Hear Charlottesville Rape Case


Nathaniel Lamb, a Charlottesville man accused of abducting and raping a woman, will have his case go to a grand jury. More>>

UVA Medical Researchers Develop New Antibiotic Video included


UVA medical researchers announced they have a new drug that could prove to be a breakthrough for thousands of people who have gastro-intestinal conditions. More>>

Children’s Well-Being Up in VA, Poverty Remains an Issue Video included

Updated: Jul 23, 2014 05:17 PM

The well-being of Virginia's children ranks among the top in the nation, but poverty threatens to undermine that progress. More>>

Wal-Mart Offers Savings Event for Teacher Appreciation Week Video included


Teachers in the Charlottesville area have a chance to save by shopping at Wal-Mart next week. More>>

Cville-Albemarle MPO Approves Road Projects Video included


The Charlottesville-Albemarle Metropolitan Planning Organization made some big decisions regarding the future of transportation. More>>

Healthy Virginians Aim of Conference Held at UVA Video included


First lady Dorothy McAuliffe is joining a panel of public health experts intent on promoting policies to ensure a healthier Virginia. More>>

Head Statue Stolen from Front Yard in Fry's Spring Video included


A prominent figure in the Fry's Spring neighborhood of Charlottesville is missing. More>>

UVA's Rotunda Restoration: New Area Blocked Off for Storm Water Line Installation


Crews are setting up more fencing on the northwest side of the Rotunda. The university says it needs to enclose the area to install a new storm water line. More>>

Fans Celebrate "Batman Day" at Barracks Barnes & Noble Video included


Some of Batman's biggest fans got decked out to celebrate their hero's own special day Wednesday at the Barnes & Noble at Barracks Road Shopping Center. More>>

Vehicle Fire, Fuel Spill Closes Barracks Road


Barracks Road in Albemarle is closed in both directions between the Route 250 Bypass and Georgetown Road due to a tractor-trailer fire and diesel fuel spill. More>>

Stony Point Principal Leaving to be Chief Elementary Officer for SCPS


Carrie Neeley, who has served as the principal of Stony Point Elementary School since 2007, has been appointed the chief elementary officer for Stafford County Public Schools. More>>

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