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Attorney General Mark Herring has issued an opinion saying that new strict building standards should not be applied retroactively to existing abortion clinics.
A lengthy federal trial begins this week for several people accused of killing Kevin Wayne Quick.
Area police departments get a dialogue going with various community members.
Monticello unveils rebuilt slave quarters in its Mulberry Row area.
The University of Virginia creates an award that's named for the late Hannah Graham.
A current member of the Albemarle Planning Commission wants a seat on the Board of Supervisors.
The state forestry department says the spring wildfire season has ended and burning before 4 p.m. is allowed once again.
Senators Warner and Kaine want to speed up the timetable for retiring old rail cars.
Albermarle Supervisor Jane Dittmar will not seek reelection this fall.
City Council candidate Wes Bellamy vows to push for more pre-kindergarten classes.
Our region's jobless rate edged down in March.
Free range turkeys and cheeses from the rich milk of goats and sheep will soon be produced locally.
Governor McAuliffe reacts to violence and looting in Baltimore.
The local NOW Chapter responds to complaints about library display.
Albemarle school board member Eric Strucko has resigned to take a job at Penn State University.
Fire heavily damaged a house on Hawthorne Lane Wednesday afternoon.
The Emily Couric Leadership Forum has its first scholarship winner from Albemarle High School.
The Rivanna Solid Waste Authority expects no changes in next year's fee structure.
Kathy Galvin says West Main Street doesn't need more huge structures such as The Flats.
Herring attended a Supreme Court session focusing on same-sex marriages.