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VSP: Child Struck by SUV in Greene County
Virginia State Police are investigating a crash in Greene County that sent a child to the hospital with serious injuries.
Community Holds Kickball Tournament in Honor of Amanda Bates
A kickball tournament in honor of an Albemarle County woman who police say died at the hands of her estranged fiancé brought hundreds of people to a Charlottesville park.
Albemarle County Beaches Welcome Memorial Day Weekend Crowds
Fun in the sun Saturday as dozens of people flocked to Albemarle County's three swimming beaches for the first open day of the season.
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Car Catches Fire on Free Bridge
A car caught fire Saturday afternoon along Route 250 in Albemarle County. Everyone got out OK, but the car is a total loss.
Water Shoots 70 Feet in the Air Due to Water Main Break in Charlottesville
Hundreds of gallons of water went flying through the air in Charlottesville Sunday morning due to a water main break. Crews spent hours in the Woolen Mills area trying to repair and restore water to those affected.
Charlottesville Not Renewing City Manager Maurice Jones' Contract
Charlottesville City Council announces it will not renew City Manager Maurice Jones' contract when it expires in December.
Virginia Rowing Places 5th at NCAA Rowing Championships
Virginia’s Second Varsity Eight rowed to a third-place finish as the No. 7 Cavaliers finished fifth in the team standings at the NCAA Championships Saturday (May 26) at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Fla.
Registration Open for UVA Girls Day
The University of Virginia Facilities Management Department is hoping to increase young women's interest in construction and building trades through its annual Girls Day.
JMU Beats BC 16-15 to Win 1st National Championship in Women's Lacrosse
JMU won its first national championship after earning its sixth victory of the year against the ACC. It marked the first time since 2004 that the national champion in Division I women’s lacrosse was not named Maryland, North Carolina or Northwestern.