Students at the University of Virginia got the chance to bring out their inner child all for a good cause.
Random Row Brewing Company hosted its second annual St. Baldrick's event. Those in attendance could shave their head, volunteer, or donate toward the St. Baldrick's Foundation.
Dozens of people gathered at McIntire Park on Saturday for a ribbon cutting and official opening for not one but two features.
Over the weekend, people in Charlottesville will be able to enjoy some laughs for a good cause.
School leaders in Staunton say work on the high school project is just two weeks away.
Steve Harvey, father of three and Army veteran, announced that he will be seeking to represent his White Hall district neighbors on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors.
Affordable housing has emerged as one of the top priorities in central Virginia.
One of the founders of the Scottsville Volunteer Rescue Squad is speaking up about the announcement that it is being dissolved.
A development project in Albemarle County is transforming an old factory into a 12,000 square-foot space with all the Charlottesville staples: beer, food, outdoor activities, and more.
The University of Virginia School of Medicine and UVA School of Nursing received more than $2 million in grants.
A restaurant in Ruckersville is hosting a community day, all to benefit a Greene County family that lost their 8-year-old son unexpectedly.
The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries has confirmed Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in a male deer legally harvested in Culpeper County in November 2018.
American Automobile Association shares a list of severe weather tips as storms hit the area.
A new rule will reduce power plant CO2 emissions by 30 percent in the next decade.
Commonwealth has the lowest seasonally adjusted unemployment rate among Southeast states.
The Albemarle County Police Department has released its 2018 Annual Report.
UVA’s Board of Visitors Executive Committee voted Friday to roll back a 2.9% in-state undergraduate tuition increase approved in December and maintain the current rate for the coming academic year.
The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch from noon today, Friday, April 19, until 5 am on Saturday, April 20.
The University of Virginia Voice Center is working to increase awareness of vocal health and the specialized care available when voice problems occur.
A suspect has been arrested in connection with a hit-and-run involving a bicyclist early Tuesday morning near the 1000 block of South High Street.
Tony Bennett, head UVA men’s basketball coach, has been named to Fortune Magazine’s ‘World’s 50 Greatest Leaders’ list.
The two women hoping to win the Democratic nomination for Virginia's 57th District met on stage for the first time on Thursday.
School leaders in Albemarle County are now closing in on finalizing a budget for next school year.
The CASPCA is saving the lives of dozens of cats and kittens from a county in Florida that’s working to go from one of the highest kill rates in the country to a no-kill county within a few years.
Scottsville Volunteer Rescue Squad members are wondering what happens now after Albemarle County supervisors voted to dissolve their group.
African-American teachers around Charlottesville and Albemarle County are being honored for all their work throughout the school year.
Descendants of some hardworking Charlottesville women can now see a dedication to their mothers and grandmothers in McIntire Park.
A Charlottesville-Albemarle health clinic is urging food service workers to get vaccinated for Hepatitis A after several outbreaks in neighboring states.
A variety of changes to increase security are on the way for schools in Albemarle County.
Sally Hudson is winning the fundraising battle in the race for the 57th Delegate seat while Lloyd Snook leads the way in campaign money for Charlottesville City Council.
Visit CASPCA on April 18, 19, 20 & 22 for a Champions Adoption Special. Adult dogs that have been in care for a month or more will be 50% off of their regular adoption fee (exclusions may apply).
A portion of Bridge Street will be closed April 18 and 19 for emergency sewer repair work.
Safety improvements will reduce delays at a busy intersection in Albemarle County.
The Alzheimer's Association is partnering with Live Arts and Dementia Friends to put on the first dementia-friendly play in Charlottesville.
Charlottesville City Council got its first look at how the Police Civilian Review Board plans to operate on Wednesday.
The city of Charlottesville is working to make a busy intersection safer for bike riders and pedestrians.
People came together at Charlottesville High School on Wednesday night for a panel discussion on childhood adversity.
A community in the valley has a lot of questions and growing concerns over what could be a water bottling operation.
After nearly five decades of service, Albemarle County has decided to shut the doors of one of its volunteer rescue squads for good.
The Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority says dozens of families are waiting for rental assistance right now.
Attorneys from Georgetown Law are getting involved in the city of Charlottesville's legal battle over a pair of statues.
The Virginia Department of Transportation wants to hear from the public as it moves ahead with plans to replace a bridge in Crozet.
Route 971 (Lipscomb Road) in Augusta County is scheduled to be closed to through traffic from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, April 18, for repairs to a Norfolk-Southern railway crossing.
The Charlottesville-Winneba Foundation met its goal of raising money to ship items to its sister city.
The Maxine Platzer Lynn Women's Center at the University of Virginia is helping survivors of sexual assault put their lives back together through art.
A fourth-grade student at Crozet Elementary in Albemarle County is using his YouTube channel to raise awareness about autism.
Virginia State Police Trooper C.D. White is investigating a single-vehicle crash in Rockingham County. The crash occurred April 17, 2019, at 6:10 a.m. on Route 259 at 1 mile west of Route 820.
NBC29 is learning new details about a trio of alleged sexual assaults in Albemarle County.
The Historic Woolen Mills will serve as the site for The Wool Factory, a 12,000-square-foot project featuring an expansive event space, a craft microbrewery, an ingredient-driven restaurant, and a coffee and wine shop.
20-year-old Tyriq Bullock charged with petit and grand larceny.
Governor Ralph Northam today announced $2.2 million in Homeless Reduction Grants through the Virginia Housing Trust Fund (VHTF) for 30 projects in Virginia.
Hantzmon Wiebel LLP, CPA and Advisory Services, used tax season to keep spirits high, encourage friendly competition and benefit dogs and cats in the CASPCA with a multi-week drive.
The personal injury law firm of Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen is seeking community nominations for its 10th annual Allen & Allen Hometown Heroes award.
The Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society will host Physician and Medical Historian, Dr. Preston Reynolds, this Friday evening, April 19 at 7 p.m. in CitySpace for a free public lecture and discussion.
Presidential hopeful Beto O’Rourke is hard at work in an effort to garner support from some of the country's youngest voters.
Commonwealth's attorneys are calling on Governor Ralph Northam to sign a bill that would impose harsher penalties on drug dealers.
On April 16, 2019, detectives with the Albemarle County Police Department arrested 18-year-old Alex Franklin Hovey in connection with three recent sexual assault incidents.
A pair of nonprofits in Charlottesville is stepping in to help dozens of people being forced out of their homes with less than a month left on their leases to find housing.
A Charlottesville nonprofit is stepping up to help people who may want to donate to efforts aimed at helping to rebuild Notre Dame.
UVA men's basketball guard Kyle Guy is joining teammates De'Andre Hunter and Ty Jerome in the 2019 NBA Draft.
The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a string of commercial burglaries that occurred in Stuarts Draft.
People who live in Albemarle County will be shelling out more cash next year at tax time.
Students at the University of Virginia are working with groups in Charlottesville and Albemarle to protect the Earth.
Community organizations throughout the greater Charlottesville area are taking part in racial equity training.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has withdrawn from plans to be a commencement speaker at his alma mater, Virginia Military Institute, and won't participate in any other graduation ceremonies amid the persisting scandal...
Buckingham County and Staunton are among those getting grant funding to upgrade equipment for their career and technical education programs.
Dozens of students – many from low-income households – enjoyed a special visit to the Dogwood Carnival on Tuesday.
Dozens of safety advocates from around the country are at the Insurance Institute for highway Safety in Greene County talking about how to crack down on speeding.
Harrisonburg Police are looking for the driver involved in a hit-and-run that sent a cyclist to the UVA Hospital with serious injuries.
New campaign finance records show Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam's fundraising efforts dried up after a scandal involving blackface.
Virginia House Democratic leaders issued a statement to remember the victims of the 2007 mass shooting at Virginia Tech.
Hundreds of students at Charlottesville High School are being honored on the national level for their work in music, and now they’re taking home some pretty impressive hardware to show for it.
It could soon cost more to eat out in the town of Scottsville.
A group of Charlottesville community members is petitioning City Council to expand the city's public transportation system.
The Charlottesville community is getting its first introduction to the new city manager, Tarron Richardson.
The Youth Philanthropy Council in Staunton handed out $25,000 to nine area nonprofits on Monday.
On Wednesday, April 17, Augusta County leaders will hold a public hearing on the tax rate and next year's proposed budget.
A Charlottesville High School student earned a big check for her leadership skills within the community.
The man soon-to-be in charge at Charlottesville City Hall was introduced to staff and the public on Monday afternoon.
Blasting operations will slow traffic on the Route 250 bypass in Albemarle County.
Aerospace and engineering students at the University of Virginia are preparing to have their satellites launched by NASA.
University of Virginia sophomore guard De'Andre Hunter announced Monday afternoon on Instagram he will declare for the upcoming NBA Draft.
UVA's President Jim Ryan is running the Boston Marathon and dedicating it to teachers at the Curry School of Education.
CAAR has been awarded a $5,000 National Association of REALTORS® Diversity Initiative Grant to promote fair housing and assist in sponsoring the inaugural “Opening the Door” Regional Housing and Homelessness Summit.
Virginia's governor pulled out of an event where he would have faced protesters for wearing blackface in the 1980s.
Starting April 15, Staunton residents and property and business owners can rate city services and operations in the 2019 citizen survey. The survey closes on June 15.
Albemarle County Public Schools students earned both 'Best in Show' awards at the 38th annual Virginia Piedmont Regional Science Fair recently held in John Paul Jones Arena at the University of Virginia.
Junior guard for University of Virginia Men's Basketball Ty Jerome has announced he is declaring for the NBA Draft.
A Charlottesville bakery that employs people with disabilities is exploring ways to combat a decrease in sales.
A family and their pet in Charlottesville are safe thanks to a working smoke detector.
Charlottesville community members and business leaders are celebrating the work of a nonprofit that helps teach children life skills.
A Crozet Family is in need of a new roof after Sunday night's storms.
Willie Nelson and Alison Krauss are coming to Charlottesville on August 14.
Free Union Country School announced that Eric Anderson will serve as Head of School, effective July 1, 2019.
The Waynesboro Police Department hopes that new technology will help them crack down on more crime in the city.
Student actors and actresses at the University of Virginia are performing their short plays, all written in a day.
Members of Charlottesville's League of Women Voters spent their Sunday learning more about criminal justice reform in Virginia.
A group of girls from in and around the Charlottesville area are working to break down barriers in science and tech-related fields.
Members of the University of Virginia family are remembering Rehan Baddeliyanage, an engineering student who died on spring break.
Survivors of sexual assault are speaking out on Saturday night at the University of Virginia.
Clean water is essential for everyone, and some UVA students are doing their part to help make the Chesapeake Bay watershed a little less polluted.
A telephone service outage is impacting thousands of people in central Virginia.
It was a big day for the ‘Hoos and all of their fans on Saturday.
Two films produced by students from the Charlottesville community have received awards in national and worldwide competitions.
Charlottesville City Council is celebrating the University of Virginia’s men's basketball team.
The third annual Breaking Bread event will take place in Staunton on Saturday, April 13.
Act, Speak, Build Week presents opportunities to educate students at the University of Virginia about the issue of affordable housing.
Students at the University of Virginia are trying to bring attention to a marker on grounds.
On Friday, an Augusta County judge sentenced a mother and her then-boyfriend to 17 years behind bars for beating her 6-year-old son.
Neuroscientists from all over Virginia met on Friday afternoon to discuss groundbreaking new ideas and technology.
A new Amazon headquarters in northern Virginia will bring thousands of jobs to the area, but it's impact may be felt in Charlottesville as well.
The University of Virginia celebrated Founder’s Day with the Thomas Jefferson Foundation by presenting its highest honors to several leaders.
Drivers should pay careful attention when traveling on Route 743 (Hydraulic Road) near Route 657 (Lambs Road/Whitewood Road) in Albemarle County next week due to a new traffic pattern.
The PVCC Student Launch Team placed high in the recent national Student Launch Competition sponsored by NASA.
Dozens of people took to Monticello on Friday for its Founder’s Day event honoring Thomas Jefferson.
Folks have a chance to recycle electronics for free in Orange County this weekend.
The Virginia Dept. of Agriculture and Consumer Services has announced the first look at state and national data from the 2017 Census of Agriculture.
Longwood University has announced the largest gift in its history, a $15 million contribution that will be used for the construction of a new campus events center.
Beginning April 15, traffic on Route 250 Business (Ivy Road) in Albemarle County will be stopped twice each day for approximately 15 minutes.
Members of the faith community are coming together to address a common concern across central Virginia.
Charlottesville City Schools are taking steps toward becoming more environmentally friendly.
On Thursday, 10 area entrepreneurs each got three minutes to pitch their ideas to a live audience.
Delegate Ronnie Campbell is running for re-election to represent Virginia's 24th District, and Democrat Christian Worth has announced she’s once again running in an effort to become the district's first Democratic delegate since 1983.
More people are taking to the skies from the Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport, after an airline change.
The city of Charlottesville has locked in an engineering firm for a big project coming to the Emmet Street Corridor.
California Congressman Devin Nunes has filed a defamation lawsuit in Albemarle County Circuit Court.
Some Albemarle County students are working to ensure area waterways stay clean.
People are learning more about Charlottesville's African-American history as part of the Tom Tom Festival.
The U.S. Senate has approved a legislation congratulating the University of Virginia men's basketball team on winning the 2019 NCAA championship.
The Charlottesville Police Department says post-game celebrations after the NCAA National Championship went smoothly, noting three arrests and reported vandalism.
Your smartphone could soon help warn you if you have skin cancer.
Governor Northam today announced that, although March is not a significant month for collections, revenue decreased 1.4 percent as payroll withholding had one less deposit day than a year ago.
Today, U.S. Senators Mark R. Warner and Tim Kaine announced $43,460,812 in federal funding to support affordable housing development across Virginia.
Volunteers are working to build a wheelchair ramp for the family of a disabled child in Charlottesville.
An organization at the University of Virginia is helping survivors of domestic violence get legal help this weekend.
Some elementary school kids in Orange County don't need to worry about where their next meal is coming from, thanks to the help of an area nonprofit.
The Staunton Police Department culled 51 deer over a two-week period in March.
Augusta County leaders have once again tabled the decision on a 1,000-acre solar project proposed for parts of Stuarts Draft and Lyndhurst.
Policy pundits and marijuana advocates are discussing the benefits Virginia could see if it legalized the drug.
A Churchville man is out on bond after authorities in Augusta County say he fired his gun at several people Wednesday.
Charlottesville architecture firm Bushman-Dreyfus Architects is honoring eight community artists as part of the 2019 BDA awards.
A member of the Charlottesville 12 was honored by the Virginia General Assembly on Wednesday.
With the Cavaliers now national champions, the UVA Office of Trademark and Licensing is extra busy approving new design requests from vendors.
The Muslim gold star father who spoke out against then-presidential candidate Donald Trump will be the featured speaker at a Virginia college's graduation.
After running out of an extra 3,000 copies of the championship issue of UVA's NCAA championship, The Daily Progress is printing another 6,000.
Police believe a woman was struck by her own vehicle after she put it in reverse instead of park.
With a driverless car pilot program coming to Albemarle County, experts are weighing in on the pros and cons of the technology.
The fourth annual Little Feet Meet showcased the talents of Special Olympians in Albemarle County.
Virginia Beach native and musical hit maker Pharrell Williams will be the keynote speaker at the University of Virginia’s 2019 Valedictory Exercises.
University of Virginia School of Law students hosted 47 law schools and raised $22,500 for charity over the weekend as part of the 36th annual North Grounds Softball League Invitational.
Virginia students are taking fewer end-of-course SOL tests this spring due to the revised graduation requirements and school accreditation regulations approved by the state Board of Education.
People in central Virginia are discussing ways they can put an end to poverty in Charlottesville.
Scientists have made a surprising discovery about how strange bacteria that live in soil and sediment can conduct electricity.
The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles' Highway Safety Office is announcing 2018 crash statistics.
Charlottesville filmmakers are discussing the untold stories of Charlottesville and shining a light on the city's racial history.
With the Albemarle County fiscal year 2020 budget set for adoption one week from Tuesday, county supervisors are working on the finishing touches.
The board tasked with overseeing Charlottesville's police department is hashing out some final details before it meets with city leaders next week.
Kyle Guy and Tony Bennett spoke to fans during a welcome back party at John Paul Jones Arena after the team's national title.
A survivor from the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, is speaking out to students in Charlottesville.
Dozens listened as singers performed at the Front Porch in Charlottesville for the annual World Voice Day concert hosted by UVA Health System’s Voice Center.
Free ‘Rockn to Lockn’ concert kicked off on Saturday afternoon.The concert was aimed to narrow down who will perform at the Lockn Festival in August.
Charlottesville voters had the chance to mingle with the Democratic candidates running for Charlottesville City Council at the Central Branch of the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library.
The city of Charlottesville is looking for ways to bring people together after the violent events of the Unite the Right rally on August 12, 2017.
Women in Charlottesville got a chance to learn some new ways to practice self care on Thursday, April 18.
High school seniors in Staunton, Waynesboro, and Augusta County are learning first-hand what it's like to be a lawmaker in Richmond.
A nonprofit in Albemarle County received a special gift on Wednesday, April 17, that will go a long way to help people.
Hundreds of honey bunnies are in need of a home on Monday, April 15.
If you're in need of a cheap sweet treat, you may be in luck on Monday, April 15.
Organizers and staff of the Tom Tom Festival broke down booths and tables around 7:00 p.m. on Sunday. Streets that were closed will be back open on Monday.
Mount Ida Reserve hosted an Easter Egg Hunt for children of all ages in Scottsville.
People are taking some time on Saturday, April 13, to learn the basics of self defense as part of the Tom Tom Festival.
Friday was the unofficial kickoff to spring as people gathered in Charlottesville for the first Friday's After Five.
Wolves Lacrosse, the first lacrosse team in the Shenandoah Valley, has programs for kids in 2nd through 9th grade.
Organizers of the Tom Tom Festival didn't let a little rain put a damper on the 'Weekend Block Party'.
Students at Louisa County Elementary School participate in second annual 'Kindness Rocks Day'.
Final preparations are underway for a central Virginia tradition that kicks off at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 11.
Charlottesville's newest leaders are presenting their ideas on how to improve the community around them.
Along with the basketball team returning from Minneapolis, hundreds of University of Virginia fans also made their way back to Charlottesville on Tuesday, April 9.
New findings from the Rivanna Conservation Alliance show the river's water quality is improving from previous reports. In 2018, the group found several sites with harmful bacteria present.
Building a wind turbine sounds like a daunting task, but dozens of Virginia middle and high school students tackled the project on Monday, April 8.
The North Grounds Softball League, a non-profit organization through the UVA Law School, hosted its annual spring softball tournament. Teams from more than 40 schools around the country paid to enter the fun.