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UVA Professor and Guest Historian Host Confederate Monument Tour
Downtown Charlottesville is known for its deep history for ages and the community and some teachers got the chance to learn more about it on a tour of confederate monuments. Jalane Schmidt, a professor of race and religion at the University of Virginia, took the community on a tour of Confederate monuments in downtown Charlottesville with Kevin Levin a historian visiting from Boston, MA.
The Black Business Expo Promotes Entrepreneurs of All Ages
The Black Business Expo created a space for entrepreneurs to promote their companies and for business owners to come together as a community. The event occurred Saturday evening, at IX Art Park. The black business expo was sponsored, in part by the Community Investment Collaborative, which helps people start and grow their own businesses.
University of Virginia endowment increases to $9.5 billion
The University of Virginia's endowment has increased by nearly $1 billion during the past fiscal year.
#2 JMU Football Dominates William & Mary 51-0 in CAA Opener
The #2 James Madison football team won its 19th game in a row, as the Dukes dominated William & Mary 51-0 in their CAA opener on Saturday at Bridgeforth Stadium.
Updated: Buckingham Woman Charged with Murder of Husband
On Thursday, September 13, 2018 deputies with the Buckingham County Sheriff’s Office arrested Janet P. Winslow, age 71, for her late husband’s death that occurred in 2012.
Old Dominion Football Shocks #13 Virginia Tech 49-35
The 28 1/2 point underdog Old Dominion football team earned its first-ever win against a ranked opponent, as the Monarchs shocked #13 Virginia Tech 49-35 on Saturday in Norfolk
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Cavaliers Hurdle Louisville 27-3 in ACC Opener
Junior quarterback Bryce Perkins hurdled a defender on two separate occasions, and the Virginia defense held an ACC opponent without a touchdown for the first time since 2009, as the Cavaliers defeated Louisville 27-3 on Saturday at Scott Stadium.
Monticello Hosts its Annual Heritage Harvest Festival
As fall approaches, people from all over central Virginia flocked to Thomas Jefferson's Monticello to celebrate history and the harvest. Nick Parker attends the annual Heritage Harvest Festival every year with his children.
Saturday's High School Football Scores & Highlights
Saturday's high school football scores and highlights across central Virginia.