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Albemarle's Commonwealth's Attorney finds new technologies pose challenges.
Delegate Rob Bell and his allies could not get enough votes to override a veto by the Governor.
The Thomas Jefferson Health District is getting reports of mumps cases in our area.
Taneak Turner will go on trial for first degree murder in January.
A judge won't block the college from closing its doors, but he did order it to not spend charitable donations on the costs of closure.
A man and woman have died following a fire swept through their Augusta County home.
The General Assembly has delayed a vote on ethics-related legislation until Friday.
Albemarle Supervisors have approved a new real estate tax rate of 81.9 cents.
Virginia is going ahead with plans for veterans' health centers.
Area realtors say the median sales price for homes is about 5% higher than last year.
A survivor of the Civil Rights era has won a Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal.
Virginia law enforcement has reached a new milestone in terms of DNA hits.
March collections were up 12% over last year.
There will be a local event April 19th to recognize the rights of victims.
Gaughan formally launches campaign for Albemarle supervisor's seat.
Just like at several other state colleges, students at James Madison University will pay more tuition next year.
Richard Lloyd tells Republicans he's interested in the Rivanna Supervisor's seat.
New Virginia GOP Chairman John Whitbeck has spoken to local Republican activists.
There's more paving work this week on a stretch of the 250 Bypass.
Huge sculptures of canned food are on display highlighting the work of a food bank.