Charlottesville City Council Meeting Ends Abruptly, Residents Express Concerns
There is more unrest in Charlottesville as city council's regular meeting abruptly ended.
Students Question UVA Administration's Response to Torch-Lit Rally
A student group at the University of Virginia is demanding answers from the administration about its response to the torch-lit march through grounds by “alt-right” supporters.
Waynesboro High School Football Season Preview
Waynesboro High School football season preview.
STAB Football Season Preview
STAB football season preview.
UVA Running Back Jordan Ellis Earns #1 Jersey
Jordan Ellis will wear the #1 jersey this year.
Jefferson-Madison Regional Library in Charlottesville Hosts Solar Eclipse Viewing Party
People in Charlottesville lined up at the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library to get some eclipse glasses and get a look at the solar eclipse.
Solar Eclipse Briefly Impacts Solar Power in Charlottesville
Energy companies in central Virginia were ready and prepared for Monday's solar eclipse. Solar panel users in Charlottesville lost more than three hours of power during the eclipse.
Commonwealth Attorney Declining to Prosecute Kessler for May Incident
Jason Kessler is no longer facing a disorderly conduct charge stemming from a May confrontation in Emancipation Park.
Councilor Galvin Now Calling for Removal of Charlottesville's Confederate Statues
Councilor Kathy Galvin announced that she now believes the Robert E. Lee and Thomas Johnathan “Stonewall” Jackson statues have got to go from Charlottesville's parks.
Charlottesville Parks and Recreation to Find Shroud to Cover Confederate Statues
Following a chaotic Charlottesville City Council meeting, councilors discussed issues relevant to what residents brought up.