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Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society reveals untold stories of UVA

The Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society shared the unknown stories of the creation of the University of Virginia Friday night at CitySpace as part of their Third Fridays series.

Many new vehicles come equipped with features that can steer your car or stop it automatically to miss a collision. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) in Greene County has played a leading role in making this newer technology available on a wider selection of cars.

Commonwealth's Attorney Joe Platania says a request from the police union to remove Katrina Turner from the Police Civilian Review Board is beyond the scope of his inquiry.

Police say James C. Saunderson was found dead inside a home on Rodes Valley Drive where a shooting occurred Thursday night. A woman suffering several gunshot wounds is being treated at a hospital.

UVA professor convicted of assault and battery

Man arrested on multiple charges involving juveniles

Shelter: Dog set on fire in Virginia park has died

February 16th Forecast

Construction begins at Woolen Mills factory building

Home Energy Challenge helps local residents combat climate change

Louisa boy leads the way in autism education for police

App helps Louisa County students find jobs

House passed bill for coal ash removal from waterways

Spanberger reacts to scandal in Richmond

Fluvanna sheriff, others announce re-election campaigns

Stay Local, Play Local: Thomas Jefferson's Monticello

Community Counts: Quadruplicity

Recommendation for Albemarle 2020 budget

Beer from 1886 shipwreck may yield new brew

3 middle school boys get flowers for every girl at school on Valentine’s Day

Charlottesville, Albemarle, UVA launching new climate outreach

Shenandoah National Park launches free app

Northam signs tax conformity bill

Spring Wildfire Season begins

Pres. Trump signs bill to avert government shutdown

Several sidewalks remain closed in Charlottesville

9/11 fund running out of money for those with illnesses

Bill to improve mental health care in jails endorsed again

UPDATE: Investigation underway in Nelson County shooting

Crescent Halls goes without power for hours

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