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Wednesday, Crozet community members will review a request to the county and Virginia Department of Transportation for pedestrian improvements along a developing stretch of Route 250.
School is out for summer but leaders from all over Virginia came together Monday to tackle one of the biggest school issues "What is bullying and how it affects school climate but also when does it become a crime and what we need to do to support victims," said Donna Michaelis, Director of Virginia School Safety at the Virginia Department of ... (more)
The controversial Route 29 western bypass is getting lots of criticism by a columnist for the Washington Post, and it's spurring some more debate over the road now decades in the making.
Runners took on the terrain at Pleasant Grove Park in Fluvanna County Saturday to remember a young man taken from the community too soon.
The Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind is celebrating the Staunton campus's largest expansion in more than a century.
Officers found a 20-year-old man with head injuries around 1:30 a.m. in the 1500 block of Devon Lane.
Three days after the June 11 Democratic primary and an unprecedented tie for one of two City Council nominations, Wes Bellamy and Bob Fenwick learned who will join incumbent Kristin Szakos on the ticket in November.
Police arrested a Waynesboro woman this week on charges from three jurisdictions.
A Louisa County woman is being honored for her work to promote the tourism and history of a national heritage area along the East Coast.
It has been nearly two weeks since a judge ruled that Christopher Dumler could keep his seat on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors, and about one week since Dumler resigned his position anyway.
Thursday night, never before seen films of Charlottesville will be revealed. The rare films were taken by a doctor at the University of Virginia in the 1920s and now his son is sharing them with the whole community.
This week Piedmont Virginia Community College is once again hosting a series of community events to join in on the festivities and remembrance.