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Charlottesville Man Found Guilty in Fatal Crash at Shops at Stonefield
A Charlottesville man has been found guilty in connection with a fatal crash that took the life of a mother sending her son off to UVA.
Charlottesville Pharmacy Closing Shop After 60 Years
Out with the old and in with the new. Meadowbrook Pharmacy, a Charlottesville staple that has worked to keep people healthy for 60 years, is closing up shop.
Group Protests Landmark Hotel Incentives
A Charlottesville man running for City Council staged a small protest outside the former Landmark Hotel Monday, arguing that the current councilors are too close to big business.
Man Accused of Attempting to Kill Deputy Appears in Louisa Co. Court
The man accused of attempting to kill a sheriff's deputy back in December appeared in a Louisa County court room Tuesday for a preliminary hearing.
Waynesboro Police Investigating West Main Street Crash
Waynesboro police are investigating a crash along West Main Street that seriously injured four people.
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Augusta County Sheriff's Deputy Recovering After Crashing Cruiser
A deputy with the Augusta County Sheriff’s Office has again crashed a police cruiser. Deputy Joe Sholes is recovering from minor injuries.
Chip Kelly Visits Virginia Football Team
The former Oregon, Philadelphia and San Francisco head coach has visited multiple college football programs over the past few weeks, including Navy, Texas A&M and New Mexico.
McAuliffe announces funding for 3 projects, including hotel
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has announced $1.5 million for three new projects in struggling areas of the state, including money for a brewery and hotel renovation.
DMV Computer Glitch Reinstates Thousands of Suspended Licenses
Due to a glitch at the Department of Motor Vehicles, some Virginia drivers got letters telling them their license was no longer suspended and they could drive again.