SOCA will be getting new fields after a land donation from the Stonehaus and Belvedere Station Land Trust. That will mean SOCA can build an indoor facility, the first of its kind for the organization.
Updated: 6:06 AM
The Albemarle County School Board adopted a budget for 2013-2013 of $155.3 million. The Board of Supervisors increased funding and the School Board cut some costs to balance the budget.
Updated: 1:05 AM
Charlottesville City Police say a vehicle taken by gunpoint Thursday night has been recovered. One person was shot, but not seriously injured in the incident.
Updated: 12:12 PM
Albemarle Police are preparing for the Foxfield Races, and say that if you don't have to, don't drive on Garth Road, Barracks Road, or Owensville Road on Saturday, April 27.
Posted: 7:39 PM
As more and more passengers travel through Charlottesville Albemarle Airport, officials are looking at all the airports' amenities and most specifically, ground transportation.
Posted: 6:58 PM
The Charlottesville Fire Department Hazardous Materials crew is utilizing several types of new technology to make their job safer. They used FaceTime to help investigate a white power on Thursday.
Updated: 6:55 PM
A new report raises a warning about the sequester cuts on businesses in Charlottesville.
Updated: 6:07 PM
Carruthers Hall on UVa Grounds is back open this evening, after a scare over an unknown white substance earlier today.
Updated: 5:35 PM
A tractor trailer flipped over on the eastbound ramp, and blocked the westbound lanes of Route 250.
Updated: 5:30 PM
Culpeper Police are looking for 28-year-old Gilberto Dominguez-Jaimes, who is suspected of abducting and assaulting his girlfriend
Updated: 5:29 PM
VDOT will again be restricting traffic on Interstate 64 as they remove unstable soil from Afton Mountain.
Updated: 6:13 PM
(AP) Appalachian Power is identifying potential sites in western Virginia for data centers.
Posted: 3:44 PM
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe wants wants more rules regarding gifts for Virginia elected officials.
Updated: 5:37 PM
(AP) Sen. Mark Warner will lead a Senate Commerce Committee subpanel that promotes trade, investment, innovation and manufacturing to boost U.S. competitiveness.
Posted: 2:26 PM
Emergency crews respond to suspicious substance on ground of the University of Virginia.
Updated: 1:26 PM
Two Republicans, Buddy Weber and Mike Farruggio, announce they are running for seats on the all-Democrat Charlottesville City Council.
Updated: 12:17 PM
An electrical fire at the Rochester Corportation Plant causes an estimated $750K in damages.
Updated: 2:43 PM
The Aids Service Group of Charlottesville host a fundraiser at local restaurants.
Updated: 5:17 AM
An Albemarle County woman wants answers after a mobile storage unit containing her personal belongings is raided.
Updated: 5:40 AM
The Piedmont Council for the Arts held its annual fundraiser 'Spring for the Arts' at City Space. The event featured a gallery, musicians, and local high school artists.
Posted: 11:35 PM
Professors and students from the UVa Physics Department put on the annual National Physics Day Show. The show aimed to educate and excite kids about science.
Updated: 10:37 AM
Financial support needed for Wintergreen's Adaptive Sports program. One participant says the program is life changing.
Updated: 11:54 PM
The renovation of the Rotunda is ahead of schedule and the scaffolding is coming down on Thursday. The scaffolding was originally planned to go back up after final exercises but since the project is ahead of schedule it will stay down.
Posted: 6:26 PM
The race for Charlottesville City Council is about to get a little more crowded, as the election will feature a Republican on the ballot for the first time in nearly a decade.
Posted: 6:10 PM
Officials in the town of Stanardsville are trying to ban some big trucks from driving along Main Street.
Posted: 6:08 PM
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