Saturday Aug 23
Fluvanna Co. Habitat Dedicates New Home to Family of Three
A family of three in Fluvanna County now has a place to call home thanks to the helping hands from habitat for humanity.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Schools seek money to buy computers
The Fluvanna County School Board voted Wednesday to ask county supervisors for up to $600,000 to replace computers and to maintain classroom technology such as smart boards and computer projectors.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Va. GOP official cleared of wrongdoing in land deal
A placard advertising the award of a state grant for more than $718,000 to fund improvements to the historic Town of Columbia.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Funeral Service Held for Officer Wayne Bettinger
Family, friends and fellow first responders said a final farewell to Officer Wayne Bettinger Monday.
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Virginia State Police are investigating a single-vehicle fatal Friday night crash in Fluvanna Count.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Gas Station Lowers Prices for 2 hours, Drivers Take Advantage
Late Wednesday night management posted a comment on Facebook saying gas would only be a $1.99 per gallon, and as you can expect drivers all over the area took advantage.
Drivers Greeted with Cheap Gas at Palmyra Exxon Opening
When was the last time you could buy gas for under $2 a gallon? In Fluvanna County hundreds of drivers got that steal of a deal Thursday morning.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Supervisors vote 3-2 to approve Poplar Ridge
In a sometimes contentious meeting that ran long into the night, the Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors voted Aug. 6 to approve the special use permit and zoning amendment to move forward with the Poplar Ridge development.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Need to Know - Monday August 11, 2014
UVA FRATERNITY BACK ON GROUNDS: Pi Kappa Alpha is back at U.Va. after losing its charter last April for possible hazing during "new member education," or rush.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Fluvanna County Students Head Back to School on Monday
It's that time of year again. The first day of school approaches and parents are eager to send their children off to the classroom.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Second Victim Of Fiery Crash On I-64 Has Been Identified
We now know the identity of the second victim in this week's fiery crash on Interstate 64 near Keswick.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Husband believes missing wife is alive
Lewis Field believes that his wife, missing for almost a month, is alive - and thinks she left their Fluvanna County home voluntarily.
New staffing for Fluvanna schools
Summer is almost over, and students are not the only ones getting ready to go back to school - Fluvanna's teachers and support staff are preparing for the new school year.
Responding to the first responders
Firefighter Dave Jewell runs with the Kents Store Fire Company 3, fighting fires and working vehicle accidents with the rest of the crew.
New group will push to keep Columbia a town
A new foundation hopes to raise $20,000 in 20 days to keep Columbia a town. The Foundation for Columbia's Future, formed in reaction to plans to dissolve Columbia's town charter, announced its incorporation at a press conference on July 31 and highlighted plans to help preserve Columbia's township and history.
Sat Aug 02, 2014
'Help Save the Next Girl' Spreads Awareness at Albemarle County Fair
The organization, Help Save the Next Girl used the Albemarle County Fair as an opportunity to spread the word about some of the people missing in the area.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Need to Know - Thursday July 31, 2014
MCDONNELL TRIAL DAY 4: Star Scientific CEO Jonnie Williams testified in court Thursday.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Scottsville Man Arrested for Homicide, Child Abuse
Logan McGuire of Scottsville was arrested on Wednesday for felony child abuse and felony homicide in relation to the death of a child in his care.
More trains carrying combustible cargo through Fluvanna
A CSX train headed to Fluvanna County - hauling combustible crude oil - derailed in Lynchburg April 30, setting off an explosion and fire and raising questions about the safety of Fluvanna's tiny river towns.
Fluvanna spends less on students than most area counties
Fluvanna County spends thousands of dollars less per student than almost any of the counties surrounding it, according to data from the Virginia Department of Education.