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A growing crowd of several thousand migrants resumed their bid to march on Turkey's Greek border on Friday.
Dominion and three other energy companies have officially filed the application for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
There's been another decline in the Virginia unemployment rate.
The Albemarle County Sheriff's Office has a warning about a new scam.
Peyton Manning became the second NFL quarterback to surpass 70,000 career passing yards.
Buffalo Wild Wings Inc said on Thursday it would stop airing commercials featuring comedian and actor Steve Rannazzisi.
A U.S. appeals court has ruled that President Barack Obama's healthcare law violates rights.
The Civil War Trust is buying more than ten acres at Brandy Station in Culpeper County.
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St Christopher's outlasts STAB 51-22.
The upcoming visit by the most socially progressive pope in generations threatens to drive a further wedge between Republicans and the Hispanic voters it needs to win back in order to retake the White House.
With the 2014-15 season coming to a close, the question on everyone’s mind is who will be named the player of the year?
The five city council hopefuls appeared Thursday night at a candidates forum.
Jane Dittmar has officially launched her campaign for a congressional seat.
UVA asks for more state money in Virginia's next budget.
Albemarle County gets welcome news from credit rating agencies.
Police say a vehicle that belonged to the late John Cromley has been discovered in Belmont.
The Virginia Board of Health votes to end tougher rules and building codes for abortion clinics.