Creigh Deeds Gives Talk on Mental Health at University of Virginia
People Are Getting a Workout at Formula Complete Fitness in Charlottesville
Formula Complete Fitness opened in Charlottesville weeks ago with the goal of giving runners the more out of their workout.
One Person Injured After Destructive Fire in Waynesboro
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 a.m. on September 19.
Tuesday's High School Sports Highlights
Tuesday's high school sports highlights.
Albemarle Co. Vet Raising Money for K9 Rescue Dog with Cancer
A veterinarian clinic in Albemarle County is doing its part to help out a a K9 rescue dog from the Louisa County Sheriff's Office who needs medical attention.
Jason Kessler and Group Removes Shrouds on Confederate Statues
The statues of Robert E. Lee and “Stonewall” Jackson in downtown Charlottesville are uncovered yet again by Jason Kessler and others.
Woodberry Forest School Undergoes Renovations
Woodberry Forest School just completed part of its renovations with the opening of a new library in the heart of campus.
New Measure Seeks to Stop Removal of Tarps Over Charlottesville Statues
Charlottesville is taking new steps to try to prevent people from removing tarps over the statues of Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and "Stonewall" Jackson.
Sentara Martha Jefferson Monday: What is an Electrophysiology Nurse Navigator?
If you have to have an electrophysiology procedure – be it an ablation, a pacemaker or a defibrillator – it can seem overwhelming. However, nurse navigators at Sentara Martha Jefferson help take the worry away.
Thomas Jefferson Area United Way Hosts 25th Annual 'Day of Caring'
Volunteers from Charlottesville and Albemarle County came together to donate their time across the community for the 25th annual "Day of Caring."
Charlottesville City Council Approves Funding for Affordable Housing Projects
Some big affordable housing projects in Charlottesville now have a little more money in their pockets to get things done.