The Fluvanna Board of Supervisors votes Wednesday whether to approve building for a new school or not.
Updated: 11:03 AM
While it's relatively easy to find a good meal, love continues to be elusive, and the chaotic lifestyle of the 21st century doesn't make it much easier.
Updated: 5:23 PM
The Greene County Board of Supervisors held a meeting with VDOT to discuss the county's six year plan on improving secondary roads.
Updated: 11:57 AM
Today is crossover day for the Virginia Legislature. A day where prospective bills live or die for the year.
Updated: 1:14 PM
The police department is distributing a survey looking for comments from citizens.
Updated: 2:03 PM
For the first time, Nelson County is ready to pay their emergency rescue workers. For years, Wintergreen Fire and Rescue answered Nelson County emergency calls. But that may soon change.
Updated: 2:44 PM
The Jefferson Area Board for the Aging is cautioning seniors who may be enrolling in new all-in-one Medicare Advantage plans.
Updated: 2:15 PM
The scope leaves the old way of searching for evidence, using a dark room and black powder, in the dust.
Updated: 2:51 PM
For the second time in less than a year Charlottesville's Director of School Improvement Dr. Laura Purnell has been informed she might be out of a job.
Updated: 2:47 PM
Members of secret societies are said to be responsible for leaving secret notes under chairs, making speeches in disguise, and running through parties in costume--but how much do we really know about them?
Updated: 5:23 PM
More than one million Americans are legally blind and more than 100 live right here in our area. One organization is doing their part to make living in the dark a bit easier.
Updated: 12:21 PM
One local organization is gearing up for an exhibit, aimed at keeping the legacy of one community alive.
Updated: 12:36 PM
Winter returned with a vengeance this past weekend, blanketing areas from North Carolina to Maine.
Updated: 1:05 PM
This Valentine's Day chocolate lovers may be in luck. New research shows that your favorite holiday treat may actually be good for you.
Updated: 12:51 PM
A Greene County man is undergoing psychiatric treatment after a four hour stand-off with Sheriff's authorities.
Updated: 1:16 PM
School board-members were inside City Hall conducting a budget work session for the 2006-2007 school year.
Updated: 1:34 PM
Several inches of snow fell in the Charlottesville area, but with the persistence of the Virginia Department of Transportation and Charlottesville Public works, it was smooth sailing for drivers in the Commonwealth.
Updated: 1:25 PM
Some local residents participated in an international spin-a-thon Saturday, and for a good cause.
Updated: 1:46 PM
Nowadays you can't walk down the street or go to the gym without seeing someone listening to a portable music player, such as an I-pod.
But as their popularity continues to grow - so are concerns about long term hearing damage.
Updated: 5:23 PM
Some people will go about their every day lives regardless of the weather. Charlottesville's Newsplex caught up with a couple people doing their own thing.
Updated: 1:04 PM
With wintry weather on the way, you might want to get a head start on buying Valentine's Day gifts.
Updated: 12:02 AM
Just a mention of snow causes an avalanche of people to fall into the grocery stores.
Updated: 9:30 PM
The Salvation Army prepares to distribute thousands of shoes to the needy.
Updated: 9:17 PM
UVA's Cancer Center receives $5 million donation.
Updated: 9:33 PM
Soon snow plows will be hitting the streets. The City of Charlottesville and Albemarle County are once again preparing to face slick roads and icy conditions.
Updated: 11:56 PM
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