Albemarle County students and mentors at the University of Virginia are bonding over something their parents never got to do - earn a college degree.
Making calls to strangers isn't normally part of the school day for most students.
New legislation out of Richmond could soon hamstring some smaller Virginia localities like Greene County.
Charlottesville High School students are finding ways to de-stress at school.
The Front Porch, a nonprofit music school, showcases teen talents in Charlottesville.
The 'Chickapig' board game has been turned into a children's book. 'Little Joe Chickapig' is about following your dreams, and the writer Brian Calhoun has donated a copy to every elementary school and library in Virginia.
Eighth-grader, Rowan Eckhart, from Henley Middle School wins middle school division of the Virginia School Board Associations Art Contest.
Homebrewers in the Greene County area helped families celebrate the first annual Beer Festival
As part of the first annual Shamrock Crawl, people on the Downtown Mall in Charlottesville that made a donation to the PB&J Fund received discounts.
Junior League of Charlottesville hosted its 15th Annual 'Kids in the Kitchen' event at the Boys and Girls Club on Cherry Avenue in Charlottesville on Saturday.
Medical students at the University of Virginia and across the country are celebrating the next chapters of their lives.
Some students at Albemarle High School are feeling more inspired to study science, thanks to a special lecture on Thursday, March 14.
A new brewery is ready to start pouring some suds just outside Staunton.
A program at the University of Virginia has launched a new resource tool to help people in the Charlottesville area search for jobs.
A Charlottesville veteran is celebrating a very special birthday on Wednesday, March 13.
A new bank branch on Route 29 in Albemarle County is ready for its first full day of business on Thursday, March 14.
Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital is offering a new internship program as a way to recruit students entering their senior year of college or in the last two semesters of an accredited training program.
Students in Charlottesville and Albemarle County are getting their hands dirty while learning how to create their own letter-press prints from a Detroit-based print maker.
Albemarle High School’s Geospatial Technology program introduced its students to drones on Monday; learning drone operation and application.
'We Code, Too', in partnership with the Office of Offender Aid and Restoration, teach former-inmates digital skills, coding and how to navigate computers.
The Virginia Festival of the Book returns to The Paramount Theater on Wednesday, March 20 at 8:00PM with their program, An Evening with Festival All-Stars.
The Virginia Festival of the Book announced a series of partnerships which highlight the festival’s growing reputation and allows visitors increased access to award-winning authors.