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Waynesboro Police Arrest Man on 3 Charges Stemming from Child Sexual Abuse
On Friday June 15th , 2018, the Waynesboro Police Department was alerted to a possible child sexual abuse case that was occurring at a Florence Avenue residence in the city.
CHO Departures Affected as Hundreds of American Airlines Flights Canceled
Some passengers flying out of the Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport are facing delays and headaches because of a technical issue.
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Councilors Discuss Utility Rates, Tourism at Meeting
Charlottesville City Council took up issues pertaining to utilities and tourism at its meeting on Monday, June 18.
City Council, Community Look Deeper into Affordable Housing Issues
Some members of the public are raising concerns about a recently released housing assessment for Charlottesville.
Finalized Assessment Shows Charlottesville Faces Severe Housing Crisis
The numbers are in - Charlottesville's long-awaited housing needs assessment shows that hundreds of families are spending more than half of their income on housing, while others are struggling to find affordable rental units.
New Charlottesville Police Chief Sworn In
The city of Charlottesville started another chapter Monday with the swearing-in of RaShall Brackney as the city's new chief of police. While she is the first woman to take the top cop job in the city, she believes the life experiences she brings to the table will help bridge gaps in the community.
This is what happens when you park in front of a fire hydrants
After finding a car illegally parked in front of a hydrant, a group of firefighters decided to teach its owner a lesson.
Ordinance to Require Public Hearing Prior to Blasting on Construction Sites
City Council says it will draft an ordinance that would make public hearings required before any blasting on construction sites can begin.
Trial Date Set for Man Accused in Death of Heather Heyer
A three-week jury trial for James Alex Fields Jr. is scheduled to begin in November. He is charged with first-degree murder in connection to the death of Heather Heyer.