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Some homeowners in a historic Charlottesville neighborhood fear a request to rezone hundreds of properties would take away their rights.
Popular ride-sharing program Uber pulled into Charlottesville last week. On Thursday, Uber launched services in 24 new cities across the U.S., most of which are college towns.
The fatal police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown, a reportedly unarmed, African-American citizen of Ferguson, Missouri, has brought law enforcement and police brutality into the forefront of national interest.
Sgt. Les Tyler of the Virginia State Police said 22-year-old Steven Brooks was driving a 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse eastbound on Lacey Spring Road when he ran off the road to the left, over corrected and ran off the road to the right.
When Brian Drake and his family moved to the Hollymead neighborhood on U.S. 29 in northern Albemarle County four years ago, they expected to find a community where it was safe to bike and walk.
Selected by Charlottesville curator Tosha Grantham from 830 entries, this eye-grabbing collection of 19 prize winners is complemented by two other strong examples taken from 119 works on view at Hampton's Charles H. Taylor Arts Center, where this predictably rewarding annual show runs through Sept.
Albemarle Cider Works hosted the "Star Party" where people could set up their telescopes to gaze upon the heavens.
The owners of a Charlottesville craft beer pub have come out with a book on how to match beer with food.
MCDONNELL TRIAL: Friday was closing arguments in the Federal Corruption Trial against former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife Maureen.
Scott Beyer provides four reasons why federal money is the wrong policy mechanism for delivering the best possible transportation outcomes in the United States.
The athletic director at Monticello High School and two other defendants have pleaded guilty to rigging bids on athletic apparel.
A former Charlottesville elementary school teacher will be sentenced Friday after admitting to soliciting a minor online.
The architect that oversaw planning for the $50 million restoration of the University of Virginia's iconic Rotunda is stepping down.
The app has been around for four years, but only started operating in Charlottesville on Thursday.
Freeman's Asian Arts auction will kick off the 2014 autumn season on September 13 at 10am.
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Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 08:49 pm
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