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City Police say there was an attempted robbery of a man mowing a lawn.
The ABC agents who arrested Martese Johnson have returned to active duty.
The Schilling Show blog reports former Albemarle supervisor Chris Dumler is living in the Philippines.
Lawrence Gaughan's ex-wife is speaking out on what she calls his angry, profanity-filled phone calls.
Albemarle County has the most traffic fatalities of any locality in the state so far in 2015.
A UVA first-year football player has been charged with DUI.
VDOT is planning some lane closings this week to inspect rural bridges in Albemarle County.
Governor McAuliffe has appointed a University of Virginia law student to the Virginia Milk Commission.
A Sunday morning fire caused an estimated $220,000 damage to a house in the Ivy area.
Someone apparently stole one of the two bear statues that were on a sign greeting visitors to Burley Middle School.
The families and friends of many missing persons assembled Saturday to honor their loved ones.
U.S. District Judge Norman Moon has told a former Washington and Lee University student he can challenge his suspension.
The transfer of water has been halted between the Sugar Hollow and Ragged Mountain Reservoirs.
Sabato says Kasich, Walker and Rubio fared best in a Thursday debate.
An advisory committee on solid waste shares its ideas with the Albemarle Supervisors.
Peter Van Der Linde reacts to remarks by solid waste advisory panel members.
The Regional Chamber Of Commerce will hold a jobs summit next month.
AAA-Virginia says the possibility of $2 per gallon gas is not out of the question.
Charlottesville has hired Alexander Ikefuna to manage its Neighborhood Development Services office.
A University of Virginia official is joining the National Council of the Humanities.