On June 29, 2012, strong deadly winds and a line of severe thunderstorms taught millions in the country a new word: derecho.
There were mixed emotions across Central Virginia following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
This is the 13th year for the program that celebrates local acts of heroism in Richmond, Charlottesville and Fredericksburg.
With students returning to school in just about six weeks, the Circles of Love Foundation is looking to fill 500 bookbags for children who are in need.
Orange County Fair will be holding a bunch of events starting on Wednesday until the end of the weekend.
Several area organizations will be holding events around the holiday, starting on July 1.
Eloise Granville has been busy promoting the charity concert she is organizing for the Yellow Door Foundation.
The new Fluvanna Farmers' Market near Lake Monticello is looking to get the word out about its Sunday gatherings.
Castle Hill Cider is celebrating 'The Longest Day,' a signature fundraising campaign for the Alzheimer's Association, on Thursday.
There was a celebration held over the weekend for the team, which returned as national champions.
Participants visited a country fair, toured the historic church and grounds, and enjoyed organ concerts.
Organizers are also raffling off the opportunity to play golf at some of the area's top golf courses and stay at the Boar's Head Resort.
This week’s event supports the local nonprofit Living Free Together, which helps military families and veterans.
People are looking for a cheaper way to get around, and Community Bikes in Charlottesville has been busy as a result.
Officers from multiple area agencies will be participating in the run on Thursday.
Mark Mincer is an alumni parent and supporter of athletics at Monticello High School.
The league received bikes from all over, like rapper Young Jeezy and Walmart.
Justin Tilghman's family is calling the campaign Justice for Justin after his life was tragically taken by a drunk driver.
The Elite U13 soccer team is the only boy's team from SOCA to make it to nationals.
The tunnel was first dedicated in 1964, but the plaque was lost.
The goal of the concert is for students to show appreciation for all of the first responders' hard work.
Three athletes will represent Virginia in track and field.
June 1 marked the beginning of Pride Month and a local nonprofit is celebrating all month long with a series of events and gatherings.
The department’s Event and Fundraising Committee has decided to focus on planning for the Christmas Parade instead.
The UVA Cancer Center is one of just 52 such centers in the United States and the only one in Virginia.
They brought items to donate to the shelter and then sat down with some of the animals from the shelter and read books to them.