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The Steel Wheels have always lived somewhere between bluegrass and Americana. Some of their music has an old time vibe, while some references idioms from rock or alternative country.
Charlottesville school schedules could change for the first time in decades. The school system is developing new start and end times for all city schools.
The van, which offers all of the services of a DMV office, will be located at the 5th Street alley near CitySpace from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Friday, March 14th.
The petroleum industry says this is normally a bad time of year for drivers. Gas pirces go up as refineries change over to summer blends.
No, they weren't UFOs floating over the central Virginia skies, but super rare lenticular clouds - more common in the mountain West.
Our emcee, Irby Brown, livened up the day and brought smiles to everyone's faces and Big Cypress Bluegrass from Florida began chasing the chill away with their upbeat music.
The Virginia Lottery has a scratch game called "Hit the Jackpot" and a retiree managed to do that with his purchase at a store on Cherry Avenue in Charlottesville.
Charlottesville High School hosted more than 400 teachers from across the commonwealth for the 2nd Annual Google Apps for Education Summit.
Sam Pereles, a seventh-grader at Kate Collins Middle School, won the Regional Spelling Bee, sponsored by The Daily Progress and The News Virginian, after a Saturday contest in Charlottesville that lasted 86 rounds.
Students paraded flags of other countries, danced an Indian dance taught by UVa students, learned about African beats, and looked at presentations prepared by classmates on other nations -- complete with food from other countries.
Piedmont Council for the Arts and Albemarle County Schools sponsored the celebration and kickoff of "Youth Art Month."
The Glasgow musician is a fairly regular visitor to the Ouseburn venue and he covers a range of styles, from alt.country and rockabilly to his powerful interpretations of pre-War delta blues.
Nic and Sara Clark of Ivy will open Ivy Schoolhouse Preschool in April in the former location of Dr. Marketa Leisure's Crozet Children's Health Center on Three Notch'd Road.
Monticello is the former home of the third president of the United States, Thomas Jefferson.