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Middle River Regional Jail Authority Board Votes to Dismiss Superintendent
This afternoon the Middle River Regional Jail Authority Board unanimously voted to dismiss Jack Lee as Superintendent of the Jail effective immediately.
Monday's High School Basketball Scores & Highlights
Here are some of the high school basketball scores from Monday night.
Council Approves Rezone to Make Space for New Affordable Housing Units
Forty-eight new affordable units are on the way to help mitigate Charlottesville's housing crisis.
Batesville Community Battles Speeding Trucks on Narrow Roads
An Albemarle County community is fed up with tractor trailers speeding through its narrow, one-lane roadways. People in Batesville say the problem’s led to several accidents.
CPD Awarded Grant, Update on City's Comprehensive Plan at Council Meeting
City Council approved a grant for the Charlottesville Police Department to help offset the cost of new equipment.
Fluvanna Co. Sheriff's Office Investigating Larcenies, Attempted Break In
The sheriff’s office is seeking the public’s help with identifying individuals suspected of attempting to break into a house in the Troy area.
Middle School Basketball Game Collects Canned Goods for Community Members
Basketball teams from Buford and Burley middle schools played for the first time on Monday, December 17, as part of an effort to give back to the community.
Augusta County Jury Hears Case Against Father Accused of Killing Son
Jurors are hearing the case against 34-year-old Steven Wayne Glenn, a Staunton-area man charged in the fatal shooting of his 13-year-old son.
Man tried to trade marijuana for food at McDonald's drive-thru
Port St. Lucie police said a man offered pot to an employee at McDonald's.