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The Albemarle Supervisors agree to use an assistance plan for merchants who might be hurt by construction of a new Rio at 29 interchange.
The unemployment rate in the Charlottesville region shot up during May.
Breastfeeding advocates are celebrating a new Virginia law.
Local D-Day survivor Carl "Chubby" Proffitt has passed away.
UVA and a member of the General Assembly note a new Virginia law dealing with sexual misconduct.
Both the Charlottesville and Albemarle Schools are making some personnel changes.
A sign structure over Emmet Street won't get removed until after the Fourth of July weekend.
Albemarle Police will be patrolling the James River in kayaks this summer to crack down against illegal behavior.
There's a meeting next week for Keswick area residents concerning tree trimming along the 22/231 corridor.
The Charlottesville School Board is boosting the salary of Superintendent Rosa Atkins by 2%.
New Virginia traffic laws take effect July 1st.
The driver of a tractor-trailer who slammed his rig into a second vehicle on Interstate 64 has been charged with reckless driving.
Kathy Ralston has retired after 18 years at the helm of Albemarle's Social Services Department.
State game wardens won't let hunters use deer urine to lure a target.
There's been a huge increase in the cost of a fireworks permit in Albemarle County, going from $75 to $600.
The wife of the Scottsville man who was missing for a week says he was without medication because he can't afford insurance.
The city has a new honorary street that recognizes the late R. A. Johnson, a prominent local pastor.
You can sign up from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Monticello.
His condition has gone from critical to serious, but his body has yet to heal from multiple shark bites.