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The Charlottesville School Board has adopted a preliminary budget.
Albemarle Delegate Rob Bell's legislation dealing with options for homeschooled students clears final hurdle.
The House of Delegates has changed its mind and now wants to keep brass knuckles illegal.
City councilors have heard more emotional pleas regarding the observance of Lee-Jackson Day.
Delegate Rob Bell's legislation dealing with options for homeschooled students clears the State Senate.
The cyber ride-sharing companies’ temporary agreement has been replaced with permanent rules and regulations.
Rosanna Bencoach has taken her oath as the Charlottesville General Registrar.
The Albemarle Schools might accelerate the starting date for higher teacher pay.
Last month's three-way special election cost nearly $58,000.
The Charlottesville School Board is now expecting a smaller increase in employee salaries.
House Republicans want the State Senate to give prompt consideration to bills dealing with higher edcation.
Passage marks the state’s first-ever effective medical marijuana measure.
Lawmakers would be guided by stricter ethics laws under a measure approved by the General Assembly.
The State Senate has approved a measure that maintains lethal injection as a form of capital punishment.
The House of Delegates has approved legislation dealing with personal property tax payments.
An amendment that called for more study of the proposed Rio-29 interchange is NOT included in the House version of the state budget.
The House of Delegates has approved a bill that deals with people who cam't serve as jurors.
Henrico Delegate Joe Morrissey has pleaded not guilty to new felony charges.
The House of Delegates and State Senate unveil rival versions of a budget including higher pay for state employees.
The State Senate has approved legislation involving oversight of Virginia utilities.