Water Street and 250 Bypass shared use paths open now

It’s national trails day and the city of Charlottesville is celebrating with the addition of two new shared used paths.

Mourners hold memorial for Floyd as protesters flood streets in huge, peaceful push for change

Formal and impromptu memorials to Floyd over the last several days have stretched from Minneapolis to Paris, Rome and Johannesburg, South Africa.

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  Initial and current Civilian Review Board members speak about next steps

Staunton kicks off Dine Out in Downtown

Mobile COVID-19 testing makes stop in Staunton

  Restaurants prepare for dine-in options with start of Phase 2

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Massachusetts police officer joins boy to play basketball

Mekhi Louissant absolutely loves basketball and was playing around when James Conway, a Massachusetts police officer, stopped and asked if he could join in.

Monument Fund asks judge to dissolve injunction preventing Charlottesville Confederate statue removal

  Ragged Mountain Running Shop co-owner gives advice for exercising safely in the summer heat

  Agnor-Hurt Elementary School hosts ‘gator crawl’

  Knight’s Gambit Vineyard takes a stand against racial injustice

  Hundreds from UVA health community gather in support of black lives

  Cville Dems organize effort to hand-deliver absentee ballot request forms

Wild Wing Cafe closing Charlottesville location

Dominion Energy donating $5 million to social justice non-profits, rebuilding efforts

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Biden formally clinches Democratic presidential nomination

Joe Biden formally clinched the Democratic presidential nomination Friday, setting him up for a bruising challenge to President Donald Trump that will play out against the unprecedented backdrop of a pandemic, economic collapse and civil unrest.

  Falcon Club still planning on Football Awards Banquet, despite missing fundraisers

Former UVA Basketball standout Ty Jerome speaks out on George Floyd’s death

Many Virginia athletes are deeply saddened and affected by the tragedy of George Floyd’s death.

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Sen. Warner, Rep. McEachin call on fellow lawmakers in Congress to take action for racial justice

Virginia health dept. urges protesters to take precautions against COVID-19

Staunton Parks and Recreation opens more facilities under Phase 2

  Roof Top Services owner says there is a certain deterioration homeowners must pay attention to in their roofs

VSP: Missing Afton teenager believed to be in danger

Search efforts continue around Afton for 14-year-old Azalia Berrian, who was reported missing Thursday, June 4.
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  Floyd demonstrators vow to sustain momentum until change happens

At demonstration sites around the country, protesters said the quieter mood is the result of several factors.

PVCC announces reopening of tennis courts

Virginia GOP Senate leaders say governor is wrong to remove Lee statue

New law means lower vehicle registration fees in Virginia, but added highway use fee

Most of Virginia began Phase Two of reopening | Here’s a look at the guidelines, exceptions