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City Council candidate Wes Bellamy is disappointed by incident involving a campaign sign.
Attorney General Mark Herring is planning another public safety tour of Virginia.
Sign-ups are still being accepted for the statewide tornado drill on St. Patrick's Day.
State revenue collections were up nearly 22% in February compared to the same month last year.
A University of Virginia professor chairs a national study on tobacco use by young people.
There's a growing field of candidates for a local State Senate seat.
A national publication has recognized a UVA doctor.
Expect detours around the intersection of McIntire Road, the John Warner Parkway and the 250 Bypass.
UVA is involved in talks to set up a regional health system in Northern Virginia.
A Virginia Tech student is missing after falling off a cruise ship in the Caribbean.
Incumbent City Councilor Kathy Galvin has shared her goals for a second term.
A safety awareness event for the entire community follows one held recently for students at Monticello High School.
U.S. News & World Report gives high marks to the UVA Law School and Darden School.
Civil rights leader John Lewis will deliver the keynote address at Jefferson's birthday celebration.
A national publication says PVCC is a great school for veterans.
The man charged with the murder of Hannah Graham is accused of choking a Fairfax woman before sexually assaulting her.
Albemarle officials expect to include more money in the next budget for upcoming elections.
Harlem Globetrotters player urges area kids to avoid bullying and other violence.
UVA's Larry Sabato says a changing of the guard in Oregon might not yield big changes.
Virginia takes their ACC series opener.