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The next court proceeding for Claire Ogilvie will be held in October.
A small army of volunteers swarmed all over sites across the region for the Laurence E. Richardsn Day of Caring.
The number of Virginia public schools that were fully accredited was down significantly from the previous year.
Two Albemarle Supervisors field questions about road projects near their homes.
City Councilman Bob Fenwick welcomes having a special prosecutor investigate the Registrar's Office.
The Albemarle Social Services Board worries about the presence of undocumented kids in county schools.
Virginia's Higher Education Council is taking a road trip.
Dominion Virginia Power is expanding its investments in solar energy.
A waterline installation project will cause some lane closings this week on the 250 Bypass.
Congressman Robert Hurt (R- Chatham) has formally opened his local campaign office.
The Charlottesville Fire Chief has promoted five members of his department.
There was a weekend vigil in Orange County to promote the search for Samantha Ann Clarke.
Governor McAuliffe has an agreement with General Assembly leaders on how to reduce the state budget.
Virginia's main advocate for veterans services will step down in October.
The annual Pride Festival has honored Attorney General Mark Herring.
Scottsville has had an opportunity to celebrate its role in Albemarle history.
President Teresa Sullivan has updated the UVA Board of Visitors on campaign against sexual misconduct and violence.
A propane leak near the 250 East-Rolkin Road intersection prompted a Friday evacuation of a private school.
Devante Bell pleads guilty to conspiracy
PVCC President Frank Friedman says the college could not handle next year's mandated budget cut without looking at employee numbers.