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The estate of Thomas Jefferson is getting ready for another Fourth of July celebration.
VDOT will place many highway projects on pause beginning Thursday afternoon.
The Albemarle Fire Marshal's Office has advice regarding lightning storms.
The Free Enterprise Forum views a proposal dealing with areas in Fry's Spring as a blow against property rights.
Democrats get together to discuss a new photo ID law, and backers of immigrants assemble in Albemarle.
The University of Virginia's Board of Visitors is looking at ways to make student tuition levels more predictable.
Emily Renda of UVA's Class of 2014 spoke to U.S. Senators about sexual assault at colleges.
You can expect to see more cars on the road over the Fourth of July weekend.
A panel has urged the Albemarle School Board to modernize many of the county's classroom spaces.
The County School Board has approved a salary increase for its members, and the same 1% pay hike for the Superintendent.
City Councilors are learning more about the experiences of black and white youth in the juvenile justice system.
Libertarian Robert Sarvis has qualified for the November 4th ballot for the U.S. Senate.
The leader of Virginia's Republican Party has compared Governor McAuliffe to a child.
The Wildlife Center of Virginia has released another bald eagle into the wild.
Our area's historical society wants tou to learn more about the colorful characters buried in cemeteries.
There will delays at two locations related to the interchange construction project at McIntire Road and the 250 Bypass.
The onetime CEO of Richmond-based Citcuit City has died.
The younger they are, the more likely those polled are likely to be in support
A state agency says the Charlottesville region has strong numbers on recycling.
An attorney is trying to persuade a circuit judge to let a local civil suit go forward.