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The National Park Service is banning drones over the Appalachian Trail.
This week includes a bittersweet anniversary for many Nelson County residents.
City Councilors have told the Downtown Business Association it can get a loan to market itself.
Herring still supports same-sex marriages, but he's told the Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court he should grant a stay.
Law enforcement agencies and members of City Council have honored a police officer who died of cancer.
Many residents of Scottsville have shared their views on a noise ordinance,
A Madison County woman has died following an ATV crash in Fluvanna County.
The Virginia jobless rate inched up again in July.
A Bumpass resident, who's been convicted on narcotics changes, claims he used to play guitar for the Doobie Brothers
Donald Wayne Lemons will be the next Chief Justice of the Virginia Supreme Court.
The latest fiscal year was very profitable for the Virginia Lottery.
The McIntire Road Extended project enters a new phase Monday.
Governor McAuliffe selected three area women for statewide boards and commissions.
Virginia's gun sales in 2014 are far below the figures for last year.
Albemarle Supervisors continue to spar over process for Route 29 improvements.
Albemarle's professional firefighters are part of another Fill the Boot campaign.
The Albemarle schools are considering a more aggressive program of building modernizations.
A car slammed into a house late Saturday night in the 700-block of 6th St., S.E.
Area families got together Saturday for the 4th annual Back to School Bash.
Debates over climate change surface at the local and state levels.