Class sizes continue to vary in the Albemarle County schools.
Four Virginia schools take part in a pilot program that involves solar energy.
Incumbent Albemarle Clerk of Circuit Court Debbie Shipp disputes arguments by rivals George Foresman and Jon Zug.
Virginia's Board of Education has revised its standards for school accreditation.
Virginia's two U.S. Senators, Democrats Mark Warner and Tim Kaine, are helping to revive gun control proposals.
The Albemarle Supervisors have renewed their debate over possible stormwater fees.
Two candidates for Clerk of Albemarle Circuit Court have joined forces for a Freedom of Information Act request that deals with incumbent Clerk Debbie Shipp.
The rules and the odds have changed for the Powerball game.
City councilors approve $15 million appropriation for the Hillsdale Drive extension project.
Governor McAuliffe meets with local middle and high school kids during an education roundtable.
Charlottesville has new voting machines for next month's election, and deadlines are looming for anyone who's not registered or plans to vote absentee.
Crews working on the 29 North and Emmet Street projects will try to make up some days they lost because of rain.
Onetime Virginia Governor Doug Wilder has written an autobiography.
Charlottesville kids who are struggling to read and write will spend more time in class.
Debbie Shipp, the Clerk of Albemarle Circuit Court, says her office has restored marriage licenses dating back to 1780.
The hopefuls in this year's Albemarle Board of Supervisors races appeared at a Thursday night candidates forum.
The document was released after the agents involved gave their consent.
Albemarle Democrats honor this year's candidates for public offices.
A large group of local residents packed Lee Park for the annual Pride Festival.
A local prosecutor, a state senator and a psychologist explore current issues in mental health.