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World's Largest AV Collection in Culpeper Preserves Decades of American History
The National Audio-Visual Conservation Center uses a former Federal Reserve Facility in Culpeper to store millions of pieces of American multimedia.
Elementary, Middle School Students Cheer on UVA Women's Basketball Team
Thousands of elementary and middle school students from across central Virginia got a special treat on Tuesday afternoon.
Judge Officially Allowing Lawsuit to Include Both Lee and Jackson Statues
A Charlottesville judge has finally issued a key opinion in the legal battle over two statues in public parks.
Fluvanna County Votes to Use Eminent Domain on Water System Project
A public water and sewer system is coming to and through Fluvanna County, whether landowners want it or not.
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Mayor Walker Proposes Amendment to Change City Council's Salaries
Charlottesville City Councilors are discussing several potential changes to the city's charter.
Police Recognize 6-Year Anniversary of Sage Smith Disappearance
Sage was last seen on Tuesday, November 20, 2012 in the 500 Block of West Main Street in Charlottesville.
Charlottesville Fire Department Honors New Battalion Chief
The Charlottesville Fire Department is celebrating its newest battalion chief.
South First Street Community Hosts Thanksgiving Feast
People in the Charlottesville area are getting in the Thanksgiving spirit early thanks to the help of one Charlottesville community.
Final Preps Underway Ahead of Trial for James Alex Fields Junior
Final preparations are underway in Charlottesville Circuit Court for a three-week, high-profile murder trial. James A. Fields Junior is set to stand trial starting Monday, Nov. 26.