The Charlottesville Democratic Party held its largest fundraiser of the year as it prepped for election season.
A special workshop in Charlottesville is empowering young women by teaching them some helpful home improvement skills.
Friends become Foes at the NCAA tournament.
LGBTQ+ individuals in Charlottesville and Albemarle County are getting the help they need to make their legal documents match the gender with which they identify.
As the Virginia Festival of the Book wrapped up Sunday in Charlottesville, authors shared their perspectives on racism and diversity in our country.
Charlottesville police believe a teenager in Albemarle County is responsible for an online, racist threat that caused city schools to close for two days.
Two Augusta County landowners are speaking out about a solar project that could provide a stable income for them.
Thanks to a new interactive mural map, you can easily pinpoint a mural's exact location in Charlottesville and Albemarle County while learning more about the artwork itself.
Henley Middle School students are sending messages of support to Zola Barbour, a 7th grader fighting a desmoplastic small round cell tumor.
An up and coming Charlottesville non-profit is bringing kids together for a day of play.
Thousands of people participated in the annual Charlottesville 10-Miler on Saturday morning. The money raised goes toward Computers4Kids, a group that provides technology to low-income children in Charlottesville and Albemarle County.
A Fluvanna County Post Office now honors a fallen navy sailor who once called Palmyra his home.
University of Virginia Army ROTC cadets to host a blood drive to aid military medical centers. The blood drive will take place on Monday, March 25 from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Newcomb Hall on UVA Grounds.
The 'Hoos are averaging about five more points per game this season.
Right now, a teenager from Albemarle County is facing felony charges for another threat in central Virginia.
Just as the tech company WillowTree leaves the city of Charlottesville, another one is moving in and bringing more jobs along with it.
Big changes are coming to Charlottesville’s Friendship Court Apartments. Those living in the neighborhood got together on Friday to discuss the future of the apartment complex.