Some of Charlottesville's finest restaurants came together to host a unique dining experience Tuesday night while also raising money for the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank.
The City of Charlottesville is considering ways to improve equity among employees.
The cleanup process is now underway after a strong storm takes its toll on central Virginia.
An Albemarle County family is sharing their scary story of being infected by leptospirosis. Leptospirosis can be deadly for humans and pets but oftentimes, difficult to detect.
A multi-million dollar merger involving a Charlottesville pharmaceutical company aims to get the cutting-edge advancements in treating essential tremors to market.
The push for more affordable housing in Charlottesville has city councilors and planners eyeing a potential change to how they look at zoning regulations.
After their son was diagnosed with stage four cancer at the University of Virginia Medical Center, an Albemarle County family is hoping to spread awareness of the rare disease.
An Orange County nonprofit officially has a new home before heading into the school year.
A Charlottesville nonprofit is working to make it easier for parents with children getting treatment at University of Virginia Medical Center.
On the second anniversary of the deadly Unite the Right Rally, people in Charlottesville gathered together in prayer.
Albemarle officials are working to make the county more bike and pedestrian friendly.
Different advocacy groups spent hours outside the Augusta County courthouse urging state legislators to take action against conditions at detention facilities at the border.
Dozens of new developments are underway on Pantops Mountain in Albemarle County, and planners are working to make the area safer for pedestrians.
After a year of work, the board tasked with overseeing the Charlottesville Police Department has finally approved its bylaws.
A Charlottesville nonprofit that recently reported issues related to available parking options nearby now has a temporary solution.
James Alex Fields, Jr., the man who rammed his car into a crowd of people on Charlottesville’s Downtown Mall, has been found guilty of first-degree murder.
The legal battle over the possible removal of two statues from downtown Charlottesville is back in front of a judge.