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University of Virginia officials have updated figures on the Access UVA program.
Charlottesville Police say a man who was arrested in late July faces a felony charge of forcible sodomy.
The Albemarle School Board has extended the contract of Superintendent Pam Moran through June 2016.
Cathy Smith Train has accepted the Paul Goodloe McIntire Award.
A state commission has accredited the Albemarle County Sheriff's Office for another four years.
The residents of Friendship Court on Garrett Street get more energy efficient apartments.
The Rutherford Institute is helping a Hopewell man who says his constitutional rights were violated.
All lanes of eastbound Interstate-64 reopened late Thursday afternoon in Albemarle County.
VDOT releases its hold on homes in the path of the Western Bypass.
Five men have been charged in Greene County with soliciting minors over the internet.
Last year's new box office record beat by 45%.
UVA is finding its Early Action Plan is popular with prospective students.
David Brat has become the new congressman for Virginia's Seventh District.
Jesse Matthew has been moved from the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail to the Fairfax jail in advance of his hearing Friday morning.
Information can still be relayed to the Charlottesville and Albemarle Police Departments.
The Charlottesville area joined the rest of the nation in honoring veterans.
Governor McAuliffe has issued a proclamation in honor of Veterans Day.
VDOT is taking bids for construction of the so-called Best Buy ramp from southbound Emmet to the westbound bypass.
There was a fire in a bathroom Tuesday morning at a residence in the Belmont neighborhood.
There was a traffic stop Monday afternoon on the 250 Bypass where officers pulled their guns.