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The State Senate has rejected legislation that deals with concealed handguns on school property.
The classes won't resume until Wednesday at Hampden-Sydney College.
Congressman Robert Hurt plans to steer clear of the debate over a proposed natural gas pipeline through his district.
The Amherst County Supervisors favor making Route 60 a scenic byway.
Prince William County Police have charged a man with posing as an officer.
Virginia's Department of Motor Vehicles had a Super Bowl weekend computer crash.
The University of Virginia's new ambassadors begin work this week on streets near the Grounds.
The UVA Student Health Center has had a confirmed mumps case.
Albemarle, Charlottesville and Fluvanna County schools get to share a major federal grant.
Louisiana officials have charged a Fluvanna County man with fraud and theft.
The family and friends of the late Kevin Wayne Quick have observed a grim anniversary.
FCC says many Virginians have inadequate broadband service.
Investigators say an arsonist is responsible for a Saturday night fire on Georgetown Road.
The Charlottesville School Board hopes City Councilors can help them cover teacher pay raises.
Legislation requiring Dominion Resources to comply with Virginia's FOI law has been rejected.
A reward has been put out for the man who robbed a Fluvanna County convenience store and attacked its clerk…
UVA's President says the school will be a leader in battling sexual violence.
Two men, one from Charlottesville and the other from Culpeper County, have been charged with soliciting a minor.
The value of taxable property in Charlottesville increased by 2.38%.
Assessment notices being sent out in Albemarle County show an average 2.64% increase in property values.