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  Ivy Provisions Reopens

Ivy Provisions reopens for the first time since COVID-19 struck Virginia.

  New puppies begin their journey to become service dogs in Virginia

New 3 week old puppies in Albemarle County begin their journey to become service dogs in Virginia

  UVA releases short-term contingency plan

UVA may eventually turn to new short-term restrictions and online classes.

  Staunton determined to safely celebrate holidays in downtown

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the Staunton Downtown Development Association and businesses are determined to safely celebrate the holidays in downtown.

  Staunton determined to safely celebrate holidays in downtown

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the Staunton Downtown Development Association and businesses are determined to safely celebrate the holidays in downtown.

  Scarecrows in the Park underway in Staunton

Scarecrows in the Park is on display at Gypsy Hill Park in Staunton.

  U.S Senator Tim Kaine weighs in on presidential debate

Kaine is highly critical of Trump's debate performance.

  VHDA helping health care workers, first responders, educators buy their first homes

VHDA grant extended to health care workers

  UVA Nurse collection

Nursing collection project at UVA School of Nursing.

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  Crews repair vandalized graves at Daughters of Zion, Oakwood Cemeteries

Sacred ground in Charlottesville got a makeover Wednesday morning after tombstones were vandalized.

  "Be SAFE" COVID-19 Saliva Testing Program launches at UVA

The University of Virginia kicks off its new COVID-19 screening program called ‘Be SAFE’ this week.

  Albemarle County Public Schools encourages attendance at virtual college and career planning night

Albemarle County Public Schools

  Waynesboro theatre debuting first musical since pandemic started

This weekend in Waynesboro, the Wayne Theatre is debuting its first musical since the start of the pandemic.

  Social distancing measures begin on the Belmont Bridge for bicyclists, pedestrians

Pedestrians on the Belmont Bridge

  UVA Center for Politics weighs in

UVA Center for Politics says first debate did not change polls.

  Affordable Housing locator website coming soon to Charlottesville area

It will soon be a lot easier to find affordable housing across the region.

  Concerns emerge over allocation of UVA health testing, large percentage of resources dedicated to athletes

There is much frustration over how COVID-19 testing is being allocated at the University of Virginia.

  Staunton community dialogue series aims to educate and build stronger community

Building Bridges for the Greater Good in Staunton hosted its first Watch & Talk Monday night. The topic was voter suppression.

  Historic Orange County Courthouse being readied to go back in service

The old Orange County Courthouse, located in the town of Orange, is being cleaned up and outfitted to accommodate jury trials.

  False Fire Alarms_WVIR

False alarms at Pavilion at North Grounds causing concern.

  Gloucester Man to receive kidney transplant at UVA Health

Chris Leigh is looking for a living kidney donor.

  Provisional ballot replacement creates faster lines for early in-person voting

Early in-person voting in Albemarle County

  African American Pastor’s Association and Buffalo Soldiers hold Community Cares Event

The African American Pastor’s Council in partnership with the Buffalo Soldiers held a community cares event.

  UVA football capacity limit affects local businesses

Mincer's and Finch Boutique discuss business during a pandemic-affected football season.

  Blue Ridge Mountain Maze opens in Nelson County

A new corn maze is open in Nelson County, just in time for the start of fall.

  Albemarle County restaurant owner discusses outdoor seating in cold weather

Fuzzy's Taco Shop owner discusses adapting to outdoor seating during cold weather.

  Festy Music Series working to make concert-going safe and convenient

The Festy outdoor music series is bringing live concerts back to the Albemarle area while keeping concert-goers safe.

  Staunton Council to allow virtual meetings through the holidays

Staunton leaders voted to allow virtual meetings through the holidays, and citizens thank them.

  Violet Crown plans to carefully reopen after being closed for 6 months

Nearly every business was impacted by the financial blows of the pandemic, but some movie theaters are further behind in the recovery process.

  UVA Health: tobacco treatment program shows promising results

UVA Cancer Center

  Baker-Butler Elementary School nationally recognized for closing achievement gaps

Baker-Butler Elementary School

  Albemarle County discusses how to get wrong absentee ballots fixed

A record number of absentee ballots in both Charlottesville and Albemarle County have been sent out so far. While it’s still an extremely safe and reliable way

  Charlottesville gyms continuing to operate safely and keep their doors open

YMCA member working out

  Charlottesville to create mental health crisis task force to aid police

Charlottesville to create mental health crisis task force to aid police