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UVA Miller Center Offers New Resources Related to Richard Nixon's Resignation


History buffs can now dig deeper into the events surrounding President Richard Nixon's resignation with new resources from the University of Virginia’s Miller Center. More>>

Ex-Virginia Swim Coach now Gamecocks Assistant


South Carolina assistant Mark Bernardino, former coach at UVA, is glad to be back in the pool coaching, even if it isn't what the one-time Atlantic Coast Conference championship leader expected at this point in his career. More>>

UVA Law Grads Open Country Club Prep Clothing Store in Cville Video included


An online startup retailer founded by two UVA graduates is growing with its first physical address in Charlottesville. More>>

Children Decorate SPCA Garden at Animal Art Camp Video included


Animal art camp at the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA is giving low-income students the chance to leave their mark in the memorial garden. More>>

Community Development Task Force Talks Priorities Video included


Charlottesville’s Community Development Block Grant task force believes childcare assistance should be its next step. More>>

Pieces of Original Rotunda Discovered during Renovations Video included


Crews renovating the Rotunda at UVA now have firsthand experience with pieces of Thomas Jefferson's original dome. More>>

Molly Michie Preschool Opens at New Location in Cville Video included


Molly Michie Preschool's two classrooms are now open at Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church on Emmet Street. More>>

VA’s Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday Returns Friday


It’s time to make your shopping list because Virginia’s popular sales tax holiday for clothing, footwear, and school and office supplies begins Friday. More>>

Triple C Camp Teams Up with Backpack Buddies for School Supply Drive Video included


Two Charlottesville groups are teaming up to try and provide school supplies for underprivileged children in our community. More>>

Wegmans Plans 4 new Supermarkets in VA


Wegmans Food Markets says it plans to add 10 new stores in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions over the next year or two. More>>

Bama Works Grant to Help Foster Children Establish Support System Video included


A grant from Dave Matthews’ Bama Works Fund will help foster children meet other relatives and even friends of their family once they age out of foster care. More>>

Middle, High School Students Learn STEM Skills at UVA Camp Video included


Rising eighth- and ninth-graders are staying in UVA dorms to get a college experience while building model solar cars, Mars rovers, and more. More>>

Albemarle Police Searching for Larceny Suspect


Albemarle police are searching for a male suspect involved in a number of larcenies from vehicles in the Carrsbrook neighborhood. More>>

Latest Demographic Profiles Show Disparities Among VA Regions


Looking at VA as made up of eight regions shows that the median household income in Northern VA of $102,499 is almost double and, in some places, triple that of other areas in the state. More>>

Registration Open for Free Emergency Preparedness Training Video included

Updated: Jul 28, 2014 10:43 AM

The Charlottesville, Albemarle, UVA Office of Emergency Management is offering a free course this fall to train people on basic skills to help out in a disaster. 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>>

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