Some people will learn more about how to manage their money, thanks to a 5K put on by businesses in the Blue Ridge area.
People living around Pantops Mountain in Albemarle County know some of their first responders pretty well, after an open house.
Debris from what was University Hall is being sorted after the former basketball area was brought down with 550 pounds of explosives on Saturday.
Around 6:40 pm on Friday, May 24, 2019, Albemarle County Police Officers responded to the 1600 block of Owensville Road for a single vehicle crash into a tree.
Severe weather across Oklahoma has some four-legged friends looking for their forever homes in central Virginia.
The DMV office in Albemarle Co. is the last place Patricia Scott thought she would need to use her nurse training, but when one woman dropped to the ground, those life-saving skills put her in action.
Albemarle County Police attempted to stop a vehicle at Ricky Road and Barracks Road for expired registration.
The Fantastic Fluffy Foxes Destination Imagination Team from Brownsville Elementary wants drivers and passengers to think twice about littering.
The Charlottesville Police Department announces five new cadets as the newest additions and assets to the CPD.
A student from the Renaissance School in Charlottesville was surprised with a scholarship from the Army on Friday.
Students from the Charlottesville area took to the streets Friday to protest what they call inaction on climate change.
The Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority is making sure people stay cool in Crescent Halls.
Governor Ralph Northam appointed a UVA employee to his administration on Friday.
Dozens of Charlottesville-area business leaders and veteran are honoring the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country.
Students in Albemarle County could soon have a new place to go after the final bell of the school day rings, if the school board finalizes a new lease for an after-school program.
Charlottesville-area preschoolers are capping off the school year with a day of fun outdoor activities.
Housing advocates are looking for answers for the former residents of Belmont Apartments.
Tens of thousands of dollars in gifts are adding up to a big ‘Thank You’ to the Emergency Medical Staff who rush to help those in need.
Former President Bill Clinton is in Charlottesville, capping off the three-day Presidential Ideas Festival.
Charlottesville is installing pay stations at its downtown parking garages.
Albemarle High School Principal Doctor Jesse Turner is taking on a new role, but he's not going very far.
An anonymous donor wants to support the Charlottesville Tom Sox baseball team this season.
The Charlottesville Police Department is proud to announce five new cadets as the newest additions and assets to the department.
Research at the UVA School of Medicine that is shedding light on everything from cancer to diabetes to cardiovascular disease has received $12.5 million from the National Institutes of Health.
The Charlottesville Albemarle SPCA will be holding a Memorial Day Weekend Adoption Special from May 24 to May 27.
A business in Charlottesville that has been serving the community for 30 years has some solutions after struggling with parking issues in the city.
Some high school students in the city of Charlottesville are getting some support to continue their education.
Charlottesville City Council met behind closed doors on Wednesday to discuss further plans for the new city manager.
Investigation of a picture of a man in blackface standing next to someone in KKK clothing on Northam's yearbook page was unable to determine whether the governor is in the picture.
An Albemarle County woman has tossed her hat in the race to represent the Scottsville district on the Albemarle County School Board.
VDOT says the left lane of Route 29 north in Albemarle County is back open.
Lifelong residents of Albemarle County got the finishing touches done to their home in Keswick on Wednesday.
The Burley Varsity Club is pushing for efforts to revitalize a field at a once-segregated school in Charlottesville.
A winery in Albemarle County is recycling its wine bottles in a unique way and giving its visitors a new place to taste wine.
A judge is again ordering Virginia State Police to release their planning document for the August 2017 Unite the Right rally.
The first meeting of the Cale Elementary advisory committee will take place next week.
Charlottesville firefighters and midwives are working together to improve birth outcomes for newborns in what can be complicated situations.
The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles commends 20 Virginia cities and counties that reported zero traffic fatalities in 2018.
Charlottesville is working to narrow down its list of potential cities to become the next sister city.
People gathered at the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center on Tuesday to learn more about the racial and ethnic history of Charlottesville.
People living in Charlottesville are complaining about loud construction work at a planned building on the Downtown Mall.
The Charlottesville-UVA-Albemarle County Emergency Communications Center's board is getting closer to hiring a new executive director to oversee the center's operations.
Albemarle County officials are working with VDOT to move forward with plans to alleviate a major traffic issue on Pantops Mountain.
Traffic troubles on Route 29 north are ongoing due to a sinkhole that grew quickly Tuesday morning. VDOT it monitoring the situation.
Demonstrators in Charlottesville took part in "Stop the Ban" rallies occurring across the country on Tuesday.
Charlottesville Parks & Recreation will open its two (2) outdoor pools for the 2019 summer season beginning Saturday, May 25.
The Miller Center's Presidential Ideas Festival is officially underway at the University of Virginia.
The Charlottesville Fire Department responded to reports of a strong chemical odor at the Waterhouse Building on Water St. around 9 a.m. Tuesday.
05/21/2019 Release from the University of Virginia Health System: CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., May 21, 2019 – Central Virginia nonprofits can apply for grants to support community health initiatives through a partnership between the Charlottesville Area Co
Changes may be on the horizon to the way the city of Charlottesville decides on allocating funding for nonprofits.
Charlottesville city councilors got an update from students on how to make schools more equitable.
Changes could soon be coming for trick-or-treaters in the city of Charlottesville.
High school seniors from Virginia are getting recognized for their hard work in academics and athletics.
The Thomas Jefferson Health District is encouraging people to get their Hepatitis A vaccines.
CABA's pro bono committee just hired its first coordinator. They said the position will help them identify and address more cases of people in need.
The walls of University Hall – often referred to as “UHall” - are set come tumbling down before the end of the week.
Charlottesville has again received the highest rating from both S&P Global Ratings and Moody’s Investor Services.
Emergency Medical Services Week in Virginia recognizes the dedication of Virginia’s EMS providers and focuses on first responder wellness.
Allan Ray Via, the Charlottesville man charged in connection with a murder in Albemarle County last week, was denied bond Monday morning.
Increasing access to mental health services improves HIV outcomes among vulnerable patients, a new study from the UVA School of Medicine suggests.
It's been 50 years since Nelson County was devastated by Hurricane Camille. Community members are getting new answers about how and why this storm caused so much damage.
Some children in Charlottesville and Albemarle County will soon be driving at 50 to 60 miles an hour, but not on four wheels, instead, in the skies with a drone.
With Memorial Day quickly approaching, families in Charlottesville are learning more about our nation's military.
One of the University of Virginia graduates took some time on Sunday to reflect on the transitions in her life while preparing for one more.
University of Virginia students and their families descended on the Charlottesville Downtown Mall to celebrate the first night of graduation.
The Carver Recreation Center in Charlottesville hosted a Family Prom Night for children aged 5 to 12.
Balloons used in UVA graduation ceremonies to be donated to UVA Children's Hospital.
At the Barclay Place Apartments, neighbors held a corn hole tournament and block party on Saturday. People could drop off food for the food bank and enjoy some food with the people they live around.
Some people who live in Charlottesville are preparing to leave the area, after getting their degrees. The University of Virginia held their Final Exercises for graduates of Arts and Sciences on Saturday morning.
Graduation season at the University of Virginia is upon us, and that means a big boom for area businesses - especially on the UVA Corner.
On May 16, the Albemarle County Police Department responded to a report of a deceased male found along the trails of the Rivanna River behind Peter Jefferson Parkway.
Schools in Albemarle County are commemorating the anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education decision that desegregated schools nationwide.
The Charlottesville-UVA-Albemarle County Emergency Communications Center (ECC) is hoping a survey will help it provide better services to the community.
You may have seen them in a gas station or mini-mart store. They look a lot like slot machines, and because of a loop hole, they are totally legal in Virginia.
U.S. Sens. Mark R. Warner and Tim Kaine (both D-VA) recently joined 32 other Senators in reintroducing legislation to tackle the root causes of the Central American migrant crisis.
Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries is reminding all boaters to stay safe this summer, and always wear a life jacket while on the water.
The Albemarle County Police Department says it is investigating a suspicious death along the Rivanna Trial.
Albemarle County is working to make an up-and-coming area more accessible.
People in Charlottesville are claiming a piece of history at the former home of the ’Hoos basketball team.
After years of telling the stories of service members who served in Vietnam, a documentary about those stories is now heading to the Library of Congress for preservation.
A terminally ill Charlottesville woman is completing one of her life-long goals.
Police have charged Octavius Deshawn Eubanks in connection with a shooting at a gas station on Emmet Street last week.
On May 10, officers with the Charlottesville Police Department responded to the 500 block of Harris Road for the report of an armed home invasion.
Officers with the Albemarle County Police Department will be stepping up traffic enforcement next week.
Thomas Jefferson Health District health departments to host Hepatitis A vaccine clinics on May 20.
An Albemarle County man is facing multiple charges resulting from an investigation by the Albemarle County Police Department, the U.S. Marshal's Service, and the Jefferson Area Drug Enforcement Task Force.
Ken Hsu, a chemistry professor at the University of Virginia has identified an enzyme that “chews up fat” molecules to produce chemical signals that control inflammation.
Some four-legged friends took over the Keswick Hunt Club for the 35th annual Eastminster Dog Show on Wednesday evening.
With enrollment in after-school programs on the rise, some teachers in Albemarle County are finding themselves in a pinch.
Charlottesville community members are learning more about the racist history of the University of Virginia.
An Albemarle County elementary school can now go into lockdown mode in seconds, thanks to a new security system.
The historic Monticello Dairy Building reached an important milestone as it gets redeveloped to bring office space, retail, and more to the area.
Brand-new city manager Tarron Richardson is outlining his vision for Charlottesville.
The city's Housing Advisory Committee is preparing a survey that's centered on a lack of affordable housing.
Albemarle County's Economic Development Office wants to create a specific review process when it comes to matching state incentives.
Charlottesville City Councilors are mulling over a set of proposals from the Police Civilian Review Board.
Run These Streets is an initiative to get people into traditionally African American communities and get those neighborhoods active.
The Charlottesville Municipal Band will return to the Paramount Theater for three programs in their 97th Season Summer Concert Series on July 2, July 16, and July 30.
University of Virginia Medical Center has earned an A on the Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade, a national patient safety rating of all general hospitals in the U.S.
Amid speculation about Target coming to Charlottesville, the city planning commission OKs plans for a vaguely referenced red-colored retail store for the former Kmart location.
Millions of dollars’ worth of improvements to Pantops Mountain in Albemarle County are one step closer to becoming a reality.
Now labeled as an epidemic among teenagers, health professionals in central Virginia want families to be aware of the dangers of vaping.
It’s crunch time for candidates in several contested races as we are now less than a month away from June's Democratic primary.
The Charlottesville community is exploring the often untold side of the violence that occurred in the city in August 2017.
A North Carolina man is in Charlottesville representing Union soldiers in an all-day vigil in front of the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee in Market Street Park.
A Charlottesville nonprofit that recently reported issues related to available parking options nearby now has a temporary solution.
Charlottesville community and Police Civilian Review Board members are demanding answers and transparency from the city and police department.
The city of Charlottesville is hoping to bring people together, by speaking about Confederate landmarks in the area.
Two white supremacists are entering guilty pleas to charges linked to the torch-lit march at the University of Virginia.
The drawn-out battle over two statues of Confederate generals in Charlottesville went back to court for more legal wrangling Wednesday.
After months of speculation, former Vice President Joe Biden officially announced he is running for president.
People in central Virginia are discussing ways they can put an end to poverty in Charlottesville.
The Rivanna River Company is getting ready for one of its biggest weekends of the year. With 90 degree temperatures and lots of sunshine in the forecast, they're expecting their largest crowd yet.
Charlottesville is getting ready for the largest job fair of the year in central Virginia. Nearly 130 employers will pack inside John Paul Jones Arena to meet job seekers.
The Charlottesville Albemarle Technical Education Center is giving students the chance to learn about careers in the trades this summer.