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3 weeks ago

UVA Men Bounce Back To Beat Clemson

UVA improves to 9-0 at home and 3-3 in the ACC with a gritty win over Clemson.

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3 weeks ago

PVCC To Hold Lockdown Drills

PVCC will hold two lockdown drills this Thursday.

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3 weeks ago

State Income Tax Filings Now Accepted

You can start paying your state income tax along with the federal income tax.

2016 MLK Day

3 weeks ago

MLK Celebrated

WINA's Jay James was the keynote speaker at "Continuing His Dream and Works."

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3 weeks ago

Ashes Cause County Fire

The home suffered $40.000 in damages

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4 weeks ago

Adultery Remains A Crime

A bill to make it a civil versus criminal offense dies in committee.

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4 weeks ago

Toscano Honors Religious Freedom Statute

Delegate Davis Toscano (D-Charlottesville) has authored a resolution that salutes Virginia's Statute on Religious Freedom.

Fire (clipart)

4 weeks ago

Fire Victims Identified

The cause of the Chesterfield County fire remains under investigation.

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4 weeks ago

Court Clerk Warns About Scammers

Charlottesville's Clerk of Circuit Court says scammers are trying to bamboozle city residents regarding jury duty.

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4 weeks ago

Police Investigate Downtown Robbery

Charlottesville Police are investigating a Sunday morning robbery just east of City Hall.

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4 weeks ago

UVA Men Lose To FSU On Road

With more than half of January gone, the University of Virginia men's basketball team is still searching for its first ACC road victory.

ACC Basketball

4 weeks ago

UVA Women Defeat Georgia Tech

The UVA women's basketball team improved to 3-2 in the ACC following a Sunday win over the Lady Yellowjackets of Georgia Tech.

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4 weeks ago

UVA Bans Hoverboards From Grounds

The University of Virginia does not want its students bringing hoverboards to the Grounds.

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4 weeks ago

Judge Orders UVA To Release Records

A federal judge has told UVA it must furnish some student records to the author of a retracted 2014 Rolling Stone article and her employers.

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4 weeks ago

Obenshain Promotes Charter Schools

A Shenandoah Valley lawmaker says Virginia should make it easier to create charter schools.

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4 weeks ago

New Legislation Defines Small Business

Legislation that defines a small business in Virginia clears the House of Delegates.

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4 weeks ago

Rosensweig Leaving Planning Commission

A longtime member of the Charlottesville Planning Commission is stepping down.

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4 weeks ago

Trolley Detour Period Is Being Extended

The detour period for Charlottesville Area Transit's trolleys has been extended.

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4 weeks ago

High Court Will Hear McDonnell Case

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear Former Governor Bob McDonnell's appeal in April, with a decision expected in June.

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4 weeks ago

George Allen Endorses Marco Rubio

Former governor and U.S. Senator George Allen is endorsing Marco Rubio for president.

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