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Charlottesville police are looking for two suspects in an assault and robbery that took place shortly before 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Even though Ramiro Morales has lived in Charlottesville for more than half of his life and graduated from Monticello High School this past spring, the 20-year-old is forced to pay tuition rates that are more than two times higher than his classmates at Piedmont Virginia Community College.
This is an excerpt from an email between a client and Novel Designs, the organization that sent tens of thousands of fake IDs to college students coast to coast.
A man already serving time for a standoff in Fluvanna County has learned his punishment for the fight in Charlottesville that started the whole thing.
Dec. 17--A Louisa man pleaded guilty Monday to nine felony charges he faced after county authorities used a beer can to link him to a burning SUV.
For William Suter, a good night's sleep was an elusive dream. He snored all night and felt tired every day.
City Council decided it will sell a city-owned 1.7-acre lot of land - but did not pick a buyer at its meeting Monday night.
The Charlottesville Albemarle Technical Education Center is in search of a new model to prepare students for the workforce, and Grant Tate is on a mission to find it.
The Charlottesville Albemarle Airport is getting a makeover. CHO officials are in the planning stages of an expansion and renovation to the passenger terminal.
The City of Charlottesville says the final Holiday Market will be held as scheduled this coming Saturday, December 21st.
The three defendants in the fake ID operation that was based in a house on Rugby Road were sentenced Monday in Charlottesville federal court.
Charlottesville, Virginia... 12/13/2013... Charlottesville Area Transit will host two public meetings to inform the public about its upcoming system changes.
The Daily Progress reports that the security screening area will be reconfigured.
A renovation and expansion of the Charlottesville Albemarle Airport's passenger terminal is scheduled to begin next summer.
A five-year plan committee representing the library's board and staff is now brainstorming objectives for the 2014-2019 time period.