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2 hrs ago | WCAV
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.
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Piedmont Council for the Arts and Albemarle County Schools sponsored the celebration and kickoff of "Youth Art Month."
11 hrs ago | NBC29
An Albemarle County prosecutor wants to be the next circuit court clerk. John Zug declared his candidacy to a crowd of supporters Friday afternoon in Charlottesville's historic Court Square.
Students at Albemarle County schools will soon have a more in-depth understanding of science, technology, engineering, and math.
Impact : The annual tax bill on a property assessed at $300,000 would increase from $2,298 to $2,424 at the proposed rate.
Albemarle County supervisors on Wednesday revived the possibility of moving the county's court buildings out of downtown Charlottesville to a new location yet to be determined.
The Charlottesville Albemarle Convention & Visitors Bureau is inviting visitors and locals to nominate individuals working in the local tourism industry, for their commitment and excellence.
For years same-sex couples have marched to the court house seeking the ability to be legally married.
Albemarle County police are expanding recruitment efforts to find new officers to join the force.
With nearly 200 gang members in Charlottesville and Albemarle County, law enforcement is working hard to curb their illegal activity - that includes inside the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail.
"It's kind of nice, but I'm ready for the warm weather where we can use the outdoors a little more," Charlottesville resident Tyler Whitney said.
Summer could be coming a little later for students in Albemarle County, and they have winter 2014 to thank for that.
The roads in Central Virginia were a mess for much of Monday. The way the weather unfolded, road crews could not do any pre-treating.
The winter storm has central Virginia emergency personnel on standby. Crews are keeping a close eye on roads from the regional Emergency Operations Center on Ivy Road.
Monday has been a long day of plowing the streets of Charlottesville for city crews.