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New legislation out of Richmond could soon hamstring some smaller Virginia localities like Greene County. [Read More]
New legislation out of Richmond could soon hamstring some smaller Virginia localities like Greene County. ... [Read More]
The Waynesboro School Board passed a budget on Tuesday night that cuts more than a dozen teachers. [Read More]
As Charlottesville City Council works to balance next year's fiscal budget, city leaders may have found a way to avoid a potential tax increase. [Read More]
Agnor-Hurt students and parents learned about how Virginia schools handled racial inequalities in the past on Tuesday, March 19. [Read More]
Charlottesville High School students are finding ways to de-stress at school. [Read More]
According to data from the University of Virginia, the Appalachia region of Virginia has an overwhelming amount of people facing obesity and diabetes. [Read More]
Thanks to a successful pilot program, Charlottesville's Downtown Mall may soon be making room for more than just foot traffic. [Read More]
Governor Ralph Northam has again vetoed a bill aimed at preventing sanctuary cities in Virginia. [Read More]
Dozens of preservationists from around Virginia met in Charlottesville Tuesday for a symposium on African-American historic resources. [Read More]
By 2040, thousands of people in central Virginia will face a housing crisis unless action is taken now. [Read More]
While you were living your life on December 18th, 2018, a giant space rock exploded 16 miles above the Earth's surface, giving off 10 times... [Read More]
Former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe he'll soon decide whether to join the sprawling field of candidates seeking the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. [Read More]
Charlottesville police helped to get a hawk out of a woman's car Tuesday morning. [Read More]
Attorney General Herring says he is urging the CFPB to take action to protect consumers from abuses in payday lending and vehicle title lending. [Read More]
Dr. Andrea Whitmarsh, Superintendent of Greene County Public Schools has been named the 2018-19 Regional Superintendent of the Year for Region 5. [Read More]
A group of philanthropists in the Charlottesville area is bringing light to the impacts of trauma on children and adults in the community. [Read More]
Drivers can expect alternating lane closures with flagger traffic control on part of Route 624 in Augusta County beginning Wednesday, March 20. [Read More]
The 'Hoos are averaging about five more points per game this season. [Read More]
The Local Energy Alliance Program is welcoming its new executive director, Chris Meyer. [Read More]
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