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CAT will roll out new fare box system June 22nd.
Jon Stokes has been selected as the interim replacement for Eric Strucko on the Albemarle School Board.
The Albemarle School Board members will get higher pay effective July 1st.
UVA Economic Professor Ed Burton has examined a foreign trade package that's now pending in Congress.
The list of school board candidates has grown dramatically in Charlottesville and Albemarle.
One person was killed in a head-on collision early Thursday on I-64 in Louisa County.
Jesse Matthew entered a guilty plea known as an Alford plea at the conclusion of the prosecution evidence in the Fairfax trial.
Albemarle Supervisors approve an updated comprehensive plan.
Charlottesville converts three recreational facilities into cooling centers.
There's another hat in the ring in the race for Albemarle Circuit Court Clerk.
The GOP nominee in the Albemarle Commonwealth's Attorney's race has outlined his goals for that office.
Two incumbent General Assembly Republicans have fended off primary challenges.
A man convicted of abduction with the intent to defile has been sentenced to a total of eight years in prison.
A responding police officer described Matthew's alleged victim as 'covered in blood'.
An English auto insurance company will hire another 1,173 people at its US headquarters in Henrico County.
The Virginia Supreme Court has blocked the closure of Sweet Briar College.
Applicants for an Albemarle School Board seat share their views on education.
A federal judge has rejected a request for an injunction that involves the 29 at Rio Road intersection.
The local NAACP chapter explores national figures on homicides.
Jeremiah Woodson allegedly pulled a 9mm handgun on two officers as they tried to take him into custody.