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Tractor trailers can pose a major safety threat if they aren't following the law.
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A large group of Albemarle County students had a chance to show off their artwork Tuesday, and some of it will be in place permanently.
4 hrs ago | Bloomberg
A higher percentage of hopefuls for the Chartered Financial Analyst designation passed the first and second levels of their three-part exam in June compared with a year earlier.
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An engaging three-day program for the 2014 News Industry Summit in Charlottesville, Va., was announced today by SNPA President Tom Silvestri, publisher of the Richmond Times-Dispatch .
Albemarle County is welcoming back one of its own after finishing one of the biggest cycling competitions in the world.
Homewood Suites by Hilton, Hilton Worldwide's international brand of extended stay hotels, announced the opening Monday of its newest property in Charlottesville.
Chef Tucker Yoder, Executive Chef at The Clifton Inn in Charlottesville served up a delicious Duck Breast with plums, sprouted quinoa, and swish chard.
The Hamner Theater switching things up this summer by moving their Shakespeare tour from local wineries in the area to parks in Charlottesville.
A new study by the National Bureau of Economic Research has used CDC data to estimate the relative happiness of every metropolitan area with more than one million people.
On Saturday morning they brought clothes out in the parking lot of the church to give to people in need for free.
People of all ages can get a variety of free health screenings in Charlottesville this weekend.
EASTERN SHORE TORNADO: Charlottesville resident Roswell Henderson had a close brush with death at the Cherrystone Campground on Virginia's Eastern Shore.
The Salvation Army has been accepting donations for school supplies since Monday, and so you may have already noticed bins set up in businesses around town.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., July 24, 2014 ? Many Central Virginians are not receiving the public mental health services they need, according to new research by University of Virginia economics professor Steven Stern.
One central Virginia group is putting on free outdoor performances this summer for families in Charlottesville to enjoy.
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Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 03:15 pm
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