The focus at Saturday's Democratic Breakfast was how to make the Charlottesville school system equal for all students and pinpoint challenges.
7th District Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger visited Louisa County on Saturday to get feedback from the community on broadband issues.
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.
Another restaurant is going out of business inside Albemarle County's Shops at Stonefield.
The Charlottesville Department of Social Services is taking steps to address racial disparities found in the city's foster care system.
Shenandoah Valley community leaders are talking about the need for labor in the manufacturing industry.
People in Crozet are zipping around the streets in a new bus, but it doesn't have a driver. The autonomous vehicle service launched in July, and people taking part in the pilot program are giving it some rave reviews.
More than a dozen teachers in Charlottesville and Albemarle County are celebrating an influx of cash. A series of grants will be supporting a variety of class projects.
People in Charlottesville will say goodbye to a long-time shop at the Barracks Road Shopping Center. Plow & Hearth will leave its location in early 2020.
The Smith Aquatic & Fitness Center in Charlottesville is closing its pools and locker rooms for the next two weeks ahead of its busy season.
The Haven, a day-shelter for homeless men and women in Charlottesville, is in need of personal hygiene products.
After 14 years as the executive director of the Staunton Downtown Development Association, Julie Markowitz is resigning.
A Staunton writer is working with an online, interactive book club that aims to engage kids in a new way.
The push for more affordable housing in Charlottesville has city councilors and planners eyeing a potential change to how they look at zoning regulations.
A multi-million dollar merger involving a Charlottesville pharmaceutical company aims to get the cutting-edge advancements in treating essential tremors to market.
A Charlottesville business is taking advantage of a new Virginia law allowing distilleries to manufacture and distribute spirits in the commonwealth.
The University of Virginia received an award for its diversity within the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
School buses in Virginia are being equipped with lifesaving technology and it is in no small part because one Albemarle County school bus driver had enough.
The goal of bicycle lanes is to keep both riders and drivers safe but the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety says they're not doing the job.
Health clinics in Charlottesville have seen a steady decline of teenage pregnancies over the past few years. Experts said better contraceptives and more sex education classes are the reason for the decline.
On Wednesday night, Augusta County planners shared a schedule that includes creating a solar committee to include community members, putting a public survey online, and drawing up a draft of the solar amendment.
The man at the center of a violent parking garage beating in Charlottesville during 2017s Unite the Right Rally has filed a federal lawsuit against his attackers and several others.
A brand-new JAUNT public transit bus connecting Crozet and Charlottesville has been up and running for just over a week now, with positive reviews.
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.
Several candidates for Charlottesville City Council got together on Wednesday to talk about their plans if they get elected.
Standards of Learning (SOL) test scores in Charlottesville and Albemarle County for this past school year show a big achievement gap.
Charlottesville was ranked in the top 25 of the best college towns for foodies this year.
Audubon International is recognizing the Lake Monticello Golf Course for taking care of the wildlife that calls the wooded area around the course - home.
An Albemarle County man is dealing with the loss of his dog after it contracted a bacterial disease on a swim two weeks ago in the Rivanna River.
Staunton's historically black park is getting name plaques to recognize its founding mothers and fathers.
A Charlottesville nonprofit is working to make it easier for parents with children getting treatment at University of Virginia Medical Center.
The Charlottesville Planning Commission is delaying its vote on a special use permit for a mixed-use developing on West Main Street.
Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger visited Gordonsville on Tuesday while working to boost rural broadband in her district.
The University of Virginia's International Family Medicine Clinic has a new way to educate people from all over the world.
Greene County is facing a funding problem when it comes to its recycling program. Supervisors are expected to get an update on the issue during a meeting Aug. 13.
A state-wide beehive distribution program is on hold due to not having enough supply to keep up with demand.
Members of the Monacan Tribe are pushing against plans for a water pump station in Louisa County.
Veterinarians are warning dog owners to be mindful before taking their pet out for a swim. This comes after reports of harmful blue-green algae blooms across the country.
A modernization project is almost complete at Jackson-Via Elementary School in Charlottesville.
People in Waynesboro are demanding city leaders do more to stand up against hate.
On Monday Unite the Right Rally organizer, Jason Kessler, filed another federal lawsuit against the city of Charlottesville alleging his freedom of speech was violated in August 2017.
On the second anniversary of the deadly Unite the Right Rally, people in Charlottesville gathered together in prayer.
On the two year anniversary of hatred and violence in Charlottesville, community members gathered together and bonded through the common language of music.
University of Virginia researchers and a coalition of scientists are trying to discover why boys are four times more likely to be diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders than girls.
Insurance costs could be going up for some people in Greene County. FEMA is releasing a flood of new information, and the county office wants to be sure the newly released data sinks in.
People are taking time Monday to honor those hurt and killed in connection with a controversial rally two years ago in downtown Charlottesville.
After a scary experience at the veterinarian's office, an Albemarle County woman is sharing her story hoping to help other people and their dogs.
Brave Souls on Fire is partnering with Natre'al Hair Design for an event Monday, August 12.
Blue Ridge Cyclery hosted their second annual Giving Back Weekend to benefit the Charlottesville Area Mountain Bike Club. Ten percent of all sales at both store locations went directly to CAMBC.
A Charlottesville musician is commemorating the anniversary of August 11 and 12 with a new song dedicated to the healing of the city.
A Charlottesville mother is looking to expand the options children have when it comes to playtime at school.
A church in Charlottesville is finally able to have service on the August 12 weekend after having to cancel the previous two years.
The Call to Action Resource Fair, a Unity Days Event in Market Street Park on Saturday, August 11, brought attention not to the Robert E. Lee statue, but to the people and organizations that bring new ideas to this city.
Ashton's Birthday Wish helps students in need have school supplies for the upcoming year by hosting a donation drive.
The Building Goodness Foundation and Pilgrim Baptist Church are again coming together on a project, this time by building a playground for older kids to enjoy.
A Pittsburgh Filmmaker is sharing his perspective on the second anniversary of the 20-17 Unite the Right rally through a documentary.
It's been two years since white supremacists and white nationalists brought hatred and division to Charlottesville's streets.
People in Charlottesville are using music and meditation to come together and heal after the traumatic events of August 2017.
The countdown to the 2020 election is on and the latest fundraising numbers are out. The race is pretty much anyone's game and as Larry Sabato, explains - who raises the most does not always indicate who will win.
On Friday night, University of Virginia Professor Jalane Schmidt and director of the Jefferson School Andrea Douglas led dozens through Court Square in Charlottesville. During the walking tour, the group discussed the history of the monuments there.
The University of Virginia announced a set of new procedures that will strengthen its process for the admission of student-athletes.
Plans to turn the historic Monticello Dairy Building into the Dairy Central are in full swing and more of the founding businesses are finally being announced.
A #TheWrite2Heal workshop took place on Friday at the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library in Downtown Charlottesville.
Charlottesville's City Schoolyard Garden is asking parents and children to help out with the harvest before school starts up.
A Charlottesville woman is calling on the city council to close down Fourth Street to vehicular traffic saying the dangers far outweigh the benefits.
Augusta Health wants women to know they shouldn't wait until Breast Cancer Awareness Month to try to get a mammogram. Appointment slots fill up fast, and some book out weeks or even months in advance.
Traffic is moving again on Rt. 53 in Albemarle Co. The road between Michie Tavern Lane and Monticello Loop was getting some new upgrades, but an equipment issue caused a backup Friday morning.
New teachers in Albemarle County are getting into their schools and classrooms to get ready for the start of a new school year.
The Gypsy Hill Golf Course is losing money and Staunton leaders are trying to figure out what to do.
Some Shenandoah Valley business owners now have the tools to boost their bottom line thanks to the 7th annual Valley Business Summit.
People in Charlottesville are hoping to bring the community closer as we approach the anniversary of the violence at the Unite the Right Rally two years prior.
A North Carolina man is thankful to be alive after his plane crashed and overturned in a field off Plank Road in Albemarle County.
A heartbroken family grieving the loss of a loved one in Madison County wants answers from the sheriff's office.
Albemarle County wants to grow people's connections, specifically by expanding broadband but in order to do that, staff needs your help to know where service is spotty or not available at all.
The youth of Christ Episcopal Church have organized a furniture donation drive to support Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville.
Two Charlottesville runners are hoping to get men off the couch and into running shape by coaching a free training program for the Bill Steers Men's Four Miler.
Charlottesville police are sharing specifics on safety measures planned for the second anniversary of the deadly violence at the 2017 Unite the Right Rally.
In celebration of National Farmers Market Week, a health and wellness nonprofit in the valley is joining in on the fun.
Students in Albemarle County are back to school in two weeks but right now, school leaders are making sure all their safety plans are in place.
A Charlottesville jury has found 61-year-old Gerald Francis Jackson guilty of voluntary manslaughter. Jurors are recommending he serve a sentence of 10 years.
Police departments across the country encourage folks who buy and sell items online to use their parking lots as safe exchange zones. The Albemarle Co. Police Dept. parking lot is open 24/7 and provides buyers and sellers a sense of security.
On Tuesday night, the Albemarle County Planning Commission greenlit a rezoning request critical to the redevelopment of the old Barnes Lumber site.
Members of the ACPD teamed up with their brothers and sisters in blue all across the country in an effort to improve relationships between officers and community members.
The Waterboys foundation is serving up some tacos while raising money to build clean water wells in Africa.
The Blue Ridge Community College is unveiling its brand new biosciences center. On Tuesday, the people who helped bring this project to fruition took part in a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Republican Denver Riggleman spent the day tackling some sweet and sour topics. He visited a candy factory in Fluvanna County, but couldn't escape the bitter divide over gun control.
The commonwealth has rested its case against 61-year-old Gerald Francis Jackson, the Charlottesville man accused of murdering his neighbor.
Louisa County is about to get a slew of new restaurants, a grocery store and hundreds of apartments. It comes with a few concerns over infrastructure, specifically one commodity that flows throughout the area.
Ting and C4K seek community donations of tech supplies to be distributed at the Back to School Bash in support of its mission to provide school supplies and backpacks for local youth.
Parents in Buckingham County are concerned about after-school care following a decision by the school system to cut transportation to the Boys & Girls Club in Scottsville.
Monday night Charlottesville city councilors approved a zoning change that would allow the Hinton Avenue United Methodist Church to convert part of its building into housing.
The Charlottesville Police Civilian Review Board presented its proposed bylaws, procedures, and budget to City Council Monday night.
A University of Virginia health biomedical research project is giving an $80,000 grant to research teams to help women across Virginia.
A political analyst in Charlottesville calls educated voters the best non-lethal weapon against mass shootings.
Gun violence is a top concern for Governor Ralph Northam. He is once again pushing for gun control legislation after 31 people were killed in two shootings over the weekend.
Gerald F. Jackson is charged with second-degree murder in the death of Richard W. Edwards. A jury trial is expected to last three days.
In response to the mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio over the past 24 hours, the Charlottesville chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense organized a protest Sunday evening.