Albemarle County supervisors now know how a portion of $55 million will help alleviate overcrowding at some county schools.
Voter turnout in Charlottesville hit a 20-year high this year, and President Trump is a big reason why.
The American Lung Association says Virginia falls in the "average" tier when it comes to the rate of new lung cancer cases.
An unexpected discovery about fertilization from the UVA School of Medicine may reveal new insights on how sperm and egg fuse.
The Charlottesville Planning Commission voted Tuesday night to approve a special use permit for 218 West Market Street, which is currently home to the Artful Lodger.
Charlottesville school leaders are working with state legislators to get more funding in the classroom.
People are rallying in Charlottesville to protest the Trump administration's proposed end to Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program.
Plans to redevelop the Friendship Court apartment complex in Charlottesville are moving forward.
A University of Virginia fellow is working to help people better understand the significance of every version of the black national anthem.
Two men convicted in a bloody beating in the aftermath of the 2017 Unite The Right rally in Charlottesville will stay behind bars.
Teachers and students from across the country gathered at the University of Virginia on Tuesday in an effort to better support student activism.
Free seasonal influenza (“flu”) shots will be available at The Arc of the Piedmont, 1149 Rose Hill Dr., from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Nov. 14.
The UVA Stroke Center is getting a big, national honor. For the second time in two years, it has been recognized as an advanced comprehensive stroke center.
The push for more affordable housing in Charlottesville has city officials looking at new ideas and ways to change its decades-old zoning codes.
People at the University of Virginia School of Law are paying tribute to veterans in a different way.
A special ceremony was held on Monday at a memorial honoring service members from the Charlottesville area that died in the Vietnam War.
Veterans of the U.S. military are being honored with a 24-hour vigil at UVA, but some controversy is clouding the event.
People all across the East Coast looked to the sky Monday to catch a celestial event they may not see again for 30 years.
A senior living facility in Charlottesville presented a tribute Monday to those who have served their country.
Those who have served in the military are coming together Monday to celebrate and remember our nation’s heroes.
Tiger Fuel is making sure veterans are driving around central Virginia in a clean ride this Veterans Day.
Police have removed an unauthorized camera and apparent tripwire device from the vicinity of a Confederate monument in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Virginia forestry officials are cutting the first newly-grown American chestnut trees in nearly 70 years.
One woman is collecting leftover pumpkins from Halloween to help feed pigs at an Albemarle rescue farm all in the season of giving.
Radford University says a school employee responsible for at least some disappearing copies of the student-run newspaper in September was disciplined internally but won't face criminal charges.
The UVA men's basketball team kicked off their first home game of the season Sunday evening and for those unable to watch games in the stadium, it could mean heading to a local restaurant or bar.
Some of Charlottesville’s furry friends gathered on University of Virginia grounds Sunday afternoon.
Researchers developed and examined a registry of more than 2,750 patients with HCM at 44 sites in six countries.
A three-car accident sent one man to the University of Virginia Medical Center on Sunday afternoon.
At approximately 12:45 a.m. on Sunday, Albemarle County Police Officers responded to a call of a single-vehicle crash on the 1700 block of Earlysville Road.
The Crozet group of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America is encouraging open conversation when it comes to working for a future free from gun violence.
University of Virginia alumni got a sneak peek on Saturday at what new projects are coming to the university.
An Affordable Housing Resource Fair was held at the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library on Saturday.
Trees produce oxygen, absorb harmful pollutants, like carbon dioxide and provide a home to birds and insects but, the tree population in Charlottesville is rapidly declining, but two organizations are working to reverse that trend.
Breakfast at the University of Virginia is helping raise money to fund Parkinson's research.
A simple gift of toys, books, or school supplies can brighten Christmas day for children in some of the world's poorest countries. On Friday night, one church in Albemarle County worked to make that a reality.
The Charlottesville Historic Resources Committee is one step closer to finalizing plans for two major historical landmarks in the city.
'Above and Beyond the Call of Duty: Commemorating the African American Military Experience' event held at the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center.
You may soon see more electric cars on the road in Charlottesville after some people got an electrifying lesson on Friday afternoon.
A new equity policy aims to ensure better accountability at Charlottesville City Schools.
Tuition rates could be on rise across the board at the University of Virginia.
A recent candidate for City Council will undergo a psychological evaluation after appearing in Charlottesville General District Court Friday.
It was standing room only at Piedmont Virginia Community College Thursday night as seven adult learners took the next big step in their lives.
A potential zoning change that could be coming to part of Charlottesville is already prompting mixed reactions.
A Charlottesville man woke up to quite a surprise when he checked his security camera Wednesday morning.
A Charlottesville man once charged with possession of an explosive device is now free.
A family in Buckingham County is grappling with the loss of a loved one following a house fire Thursday morning.
The University of Virginia is coming under fire over a decision to change a part of its annual Veterans Day ceremony.
John Hall, a recent candidate for Charlottesville City Council, could be in some trouble with the law.
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville and its faith community partners hosted its Building on Faith Breakfast Thursday, Nov. 7.
Scientists at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have developed a better way to determine what our genes do.
Charlottesville is currently accepting applications for individuals interested in serving on the Police Civilian Review Board.
Fans gathered in Charlottesville to watch UVA men's basketball begin it's title defense.
The Virginia Institute of Autism showed the community its new campus in Albemarle County on Wednesday.
Albemarle County supervisors are discussing a number of issues affecting community members, including jump-starting Biscuit Run Park and innovating public transportation services.
The Charlottesville Area Community Foundation has received a $50,000 grant from Northrop Grumman Corporation, a global security company with offices in Charlottesville.
Democrats took control over the Virginia legislature for the first time in 26 years and Larry Sabato of the University of Virginia says President Trump is the biggest reason why.
Donna Price is the newly-elected Albemarle County supervisor representing the Scottsville area.
As the days get shorter and colder, mental health experts at Region Ten say it could pose real health issues.
Congressman Riggleman says his staff will be hosting mobile office hours Tuesday, Nov. 12, in several counties.
More than 50 representatives from 25 faith communities will attend the annual Building on Faith Breakfast, sponsored by Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville.
A team of doctors from the University of Virginia is helping improve the heart health of patients in Africa.
Democrat Donna Price will take over the Scottsville seat on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors and current Albemarle County supervisor for the White Hall District, Ann Mallek, will keep her seat for another four years.
Virginia Democrats are taking full control of the statehouse for the first time in more than two decades.
Current Chief Deputy Chan Bryant will be Albemarle County's next sheriff. Bryant won Tuesday night after receiving 60% of the vote.
Democrat Jim Hingeley unseated incumbent Robert Tracci Tuesday night after receiving 56% of the vote.
The three Democrats vying for the seats on Charlottesville City Council are celebrating big wins on Election Night.
The Albemarle County Police Foundation is celebrating a successful first year partnering with Charlottesville Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
The Charlottesville location of Hardywood Craft Brewery will be shutting its doors in December.
As the weather gets colder, officials are reminding people of some important safety tips to keep in mind.
Officers responded to the report of a robbery on Barracks Road Tuesday. Victim stated a suspect stole an undisclosed amount of cash.
Fire departments in Charlottesville and Albemarle County are teaming up to help animals in need.
Charlottesville crews are continuing their efforts to restore gas to folks in several neighborhoods just west of the city limits.
Voters across Virginia are heading out to the polls to cast their ballots in local and state General Assembly elections.
A vehicular accident near the St. Anne's-Belfield Upper School disrupted Charlottesville's natural gas services for several neighborhoods
City councilors are looking at new ways to potentially redevelop one of Charlottesville’s oldest neighborhoods.
A board being created to rebuild the trust between the Charlottesville Police Department and the community is becoming a reality. On Monday night, city councilors voted to approve the bylaws for a Police Civilian Review Board.
A new alternative education program serving Albemarle County, Charlottesville and surrounding areas is offering high school students a second chance to continue their education and improve their behavior.
Some of Charlottesville’s boys in blue will be sporting beards this winter. It's all part of an effort to raise money for the University of Virginia Children's Hospital.
Ruckersville man discovers frightened kitten inside of the engine after a trip to Albemarle County. The Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA says this is common this time of year.
A Charlottesville mental health organization is giving back to the community by giving people affordable options for clothes and other items.
A nonprofit is helping to send several kids receiving treatment at UVA Medical Center on all-expenses-paid trip to Disney World.
Drivers should expect traffic troubles on a busy Albemarle County byway. A portion of Route 53 is down to one lane during the day for the next three weeks.
Seniors are the most at risk when accidents happen. That's why AAA is set up in Albemarle County with its Carfit program to make sure seniors' vehicles are as safe as possible.
The Charlottesville Area Tree Stewards are partnering with the Charlottesville Tree Commission members to plant more trees on private property in Belmont.
A free Veterans Benefit Clinic will be held Monday, Nov. 11, at the University of Virginia School of Law at 580 Massie Road.
Election Day is just around the corner and volunteers went around Albemarle County on Sunday to encourage people to 'Get Out the Vote' on November 5.
Some alumni from James Madison University gathered together in Charlottesville on Sunday to help clean up a creek in the city.
Area people gathered at Random Row Brewing Co. on Sunday for 'Pints and Poses'.
One church in Charlottesville is practicing their faith in a tangible way by helping the city's homeless. The Holy Comforter Catholic Church is assembling blessing bags for the city's homeless.
Motorists traveling on Route 53 (Thomas Jefferson Parkway) in Albemarle County are advised to plan extra travel time and to expect delays in November while the Virginia Department of Transportation works on the slope adjacent to the travel lanes.
Daylight saving time has a direct affect on those with Alzheimer’s and dementia as well as their caregivers. The time change can be confusing as those suffering from the disease are dealing with the loss of the concept of time.
An organization aimed at empowering young women is helping girls in the Charlottesville area boost their self-esteem.
With Halloween behind us, it's on to Thanksgiving but first people have to get rid of those carved jack-o'-lanterns.
Eight years ago, Ashton Ryan, told his mother he wanted to collect coats for those in need. That's led to him and a team of volunteers hosting an annual event called Ashton's Birthday Wish to collect thousands of coats for those in need.
Albemarle CiderWorks hosted its annual Apple Harvest Festival on Saturday, November 2.
Artists in Charlottesville gathered together on Saturday, November 2 to showcase their work and support a good cause.
Virginia's regulators want to hear from the public on Dominion Energy's more than $3 billion plan to upgrade the state's electric grid over the next decade.
Charlottesville has agreed to a settlement over the arrest of John Miska on the first anniversary of the events of August 2017.
Some homeowners in Albemarle County are out thousands of dollars and find themselves in legal trouble after a home builder abruptly closed its doors.
The statue of Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville's Market Street Park has been vandalized again.
The Charlottesville Police Department is releasing new details in connection with an incident in the area of Locust Avenue and Sycamore Street earlier in the week.
Tyler Watkins Davis will serve 2 years and 1 month for his part in a violent beating connected to the Unite the Right rally of 2017.
A federal court judge in Charlottesville says he'll rule quickly on whether the University of Virginia must award a degree to an otherwise graduated student suspected of sexual misconduct.
UVA officials and community members got a sneak peak of a memorial to enslaved laborers on Tuesday.
As part of a contract settling an employment dispute, Thomas was receiving his yearly salary of more than $134,000 while no longer employed by the city.
Albemarle County schools could soon stray away from letter and number grades.
A Charlottesville judge has upheld the jury's recommended sentence of life in prison plus 419 years for James A. Fields, Jr. on state convictions from Aug. 12, 2017 car attack.
Charlottesville City Councilor Wes Bellamy is taking on a new role.
Senator Tim Kaine is frustrated by the inaction from the General Assembly on gun control measures.
The number of people arrested trying to illegally buy a firearm in Virginia has gone up over the past two years.
Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church, a Guatemalan woman, and attorneys are preparing to fight Immigrations and Customs Enforcement.
The Charlottesville city councilors who had voted to remove a pair of Confederate statues from two downtown parks are now individually immune from an ongoing lawsuit over the future of those statues.
A nonprofit in Charlottesville is fighting to keep Obamacare and wants to raise awareness about the issue.
Federal officials are threatening to issue a $214,000 fine against a Guatemalan woman who has been living in a Charlottesville, Virginia, church for nearly a year.
Attorneys who filed a federal civil rights lawsuit in connection with the August, 2017 white nationalist rallies in Charlottesville are asking a judge to order Chris Cantwell to stop making "unlawful threats" against the plaintiffs and their lead attorney.
Officers arrested Jack Joseph Bickers, 19, who is charged with conspiracy to commit a felony.
An upcoming pipe replacement project will close a portion of Route 250 (Ivy Road) in Albemarle County in mid-June.
A judge is again ordering Virginia State Police to release their planning document for the August 2017 Unite the Right rally.
Charlottesville City Councilors are mulling over a set of proposals from the Police Civilian Review Board.
A Charlottesville nonprofit that recently reported issues related to available parking options nearby now has a temporary solution.
The city of Charlottesville is hoping to bring people together, by speaking about Confederate landmarks in the area.
The Alzheimer's Association is partnering with Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital to help caregivers learn how to provide safe and comfortable care during the middle stage of Alzheimer's Disease.
An Albemarle High School flutist is gaining national recognition. Julia Nagel has played the flute since she was in second grade. Now, she's part of the National Association for Music Education's All Honors Band.
Dejua Lewis, a Charlottesville High School student with a passion for cooking, is now serving meals in her own restaurant.
More than 50 businesses are talking to jobseekers at Carver Rec Center in Charlottesville. The city's Office Of Economic Development organized Thursday’s event.
Charlottesville police are urging people to be safe while trick-or-treating Thursday night. With rain in the forecast, officers are sharing tips on how trick or treaters can take extra precautions.