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Jason Kessler Charged in Charlottesville for Harassment
Unite the Right rally organizer Jason Kessler is now charged with publishing an activist's address with intent to coerce, intimidate or harass.
Augusta County Man Caught with Loaded Handgun at Charlottesville Airport
An Augusta County man was caught with a loaded handgun in his carry-on bag at the Charlottesville Albemarle Airport on Sunday.
Albemarle County Planners Trying to Create Less Traffic on Hydraulic, Route 29
Albemarle County is working on making the Route 29 area a more pedestrian-friendly place with less traffic.
Medical Examiner Rules Heyer Died from Blunt Force Injury
The Central District Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Richmond has released the cause of death for the woman who was killed in the August 12 car attack in downtown Charlottesville.
ACPS Superintendent Pam Moran to Leave Behind Legacy Tweets
Albemarle County Public Schools Superintendent is helping teachers and students gain more access to education through the social media tool as she heads for retirement.
Greene County Sheriff's Office Makes Arrest in Narcotics Investigation
The Greene County Sheriff’s Office arrested Nathaniel Puente on felony counts related to allegations of possession and distribution of narcotics, and other charges.
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UVa Men's Soccer Loses to Radford for First Time Ever
A second half Radford (8-4-2) goal proved to the difference in a 1-0 victory over No. 10 Virginia (9-2-3) at Klöckner Stadium. The loss for the Cavaliers snapped a five-game unbeaten streak.
Virginia Spirits Month 2017 Boosts Sales of Virginia Distilled Spirits by 70%
According to Virginia ABC, September 2017 sales at distilleries increased by 70.2 percent and in-store sales were up 53.5 percent over September last year.
Public Speaks Out at City Council Meeting, Demands Changes to Deter White Nationalist Groups
The people of Charlottesville are begging City Council for change at the meeting on Monday, October 16. Changes include everything from laws to permits to prevent white nationalist groups like the ones present at the Unite the Right rally from coming back.