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Jim Haden, the president of Martha Jefferson Hospital, will retire this fall.
The University of Virginia has welcomed the largest entering class in its histiry.
The President of the local NAACP believes black residents should bring cameras to places where arrests are happening.
A federal jury begins a fifth week of hearing testimony about Former Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife.
The University of Virginia's Pegasus program is now 30 years old.
A recreational vehicle caught fire late Sunday afternoon on Interstate 64 in Albemarle County.
VDOT will shut down most major road projects between noon Friday and noon on September 2nd.
Appalachian Power is warning small business owners about a new scam.
Former Virginia Congressman Tom Davis (R-Vienna) is the new rector of George Mason University.
The chairwoman of the Charlottesville Electoral Board has blown the whistle on a onetime colleague.
A 1976 alumna of the College of William & Mary has left a $3 million gift for her alma mater.
Three people were injured following a single-vehicle crash Friday on 20 South.
A judge in the Lexington area balked at accepting a plea deal from a former Washington and Lee student.
Mark Warner and Ed Gillespie agree to eight joint public forums between now and November.
The University of Virginia is greeting thousands of new students who are beginning collegiate life this weekend.
UVA's New Cabell Hall has had a major facelift.
Saturday marked the third anniversary of a major earthquake in Louisa County.
VDOT will be temporarily closing two roads in our region for maintenance with one being a section of Route 29 in Madison.
Bob McDonnell testified Thursday about marital woes, and he said driving Jonnie Williams' Ferrari was nothing significant.
Two top state officials have announced an effort to address sexual assault and violence on college campuses.