There are a couple of changes in terms of law enforcement at this spring's Foxfield races.
The U.S. Forest Service purchases Nelson County land near the Appalachian Trail.
Delegate David Toscano (D- Charlottesville) asks local voters to give him another term.
David Gene Thorsted gets prison time and a large fine for a meth operation in Orange County.
Mike Silberman becomes a candidate for Louisa County Sheriff.
Governor McAuliffe unveils conservation program.
Dominion puts wind turbine project on hold.
Nicole Eramo, who counseled "Jackie" in the magazine's retracted article, has retained legal counsel.
The man who hopes to win an open seat on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors says parties should stay out of politics at the local level.
The UVA Baseballerrs had a season sweep of Liberty Wednesday night topping the Flames 5-2.
This Saturday marks the return of the Foxfield Races and the accompanying strong police presence.
Making it legal to light up for health benefits was the topic du jour at a Tuesday town hall meeting with two local lawmakers.
The Democrat hopes to represent the Rivanna District.
The group representing local real estate agents has raised some concerns about the Dominion pipeline.
Two people killed in a Monday night collision in Augusta are identified as a woman and her daughter from Waynesboro.
Another legal complaint has been filed to halt the closing of Sweet Briar College.
A Rockingham County grand jury has indicted a Grottoes woman in an alleged murder-for-hire scheme.
City Councilors get an update on area homelessness.
City Council hopeful Mike Signer unveils his economic strategy.
The top man at Professional Movers is this year's Small Business Person Of The Year.