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CPD investigating two shots fired incidents
CPD investigating two shots fired incidents

The first incident occurred around 5:05 p.m. in the area of Sixth Street SE and Monticello Avenue. The second was on Midland Street.

UVA Community Credit Union hosting food drive

UVA Community Credit Union hosting food drive

If you or anyone you know has an abundance of non-perishables and is looking to do a pantry cleanout, consider donating to a local food drive.

Former LCHS college adviser convicted on indecent liberties charges

Former LCHS college adviser convicted on indecent liberties charges

Samuel Mark Mackey was convicted Monday on charges of taking indecent liberties with a minor while in a supervisory capacity.

Another round of water testing at Lake Anna

Another round of water testing at Lake Anna

The Virginia Department of Health says 25 people have been sickened, including five confirmed cases of E.coli.

New memorial unveiled for fallen Wintergreen police officer

New memorial unveiled for fallen Wintergreen police officer

Officer Chris Wagner was shot and killed in the line of duty while responding to an assault call on June 16, 2023.

Community Counts: Friends of Charlottesville Downtown

Community Counts: Friends of Charlottesville Downtown

In this Community Counts, Brenna Kiefner talks with Greer Achenbach with Friends of Charlottesville Downtown about the upcoming Fairy Festival and other activities in the downtown area.

Charlottesville gun violence prevention activist meets Biden at national conference

Charlottesville gun violence prevention activist meets Biden at national conference

Herb Dickerson, the executive director of Brothers United to Cease the Killing, attended the Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund’s Gun Sense University.

Warner: Affordable housing of increasing importance ahead of November election

Warner: Affordable housing of increasing importance ahead of November election

During a recent visit to Charlottesville, Senator Mark Warner emphasized the increasing importance of housing affordability in the 2024 presidential election.

Police investigating weekend shots fired incident

Police investigating weekend shots fired incident

The incident occurred around 12:40 a.m. Saturday in the area of Watson Avenue and Marshall Street.

Special election to be held for Nelson County treasurer

Special election to be held for Nelson County treasurer

During the May 14 Nelson County Board of Supervisors meeting, Treasurer Angela Hicks announced she would be retiring on Aug. 1.

Partnership helping support pets in homes of Meals on Wheels clients

Partnership helping support pets in homes of Meals on Wheels clients

The Charlottesville Meals on Wheels has teamed up with Sir Speedy of Central VA for the Swag for Wags and Merch for Meows program.

Ferrer homers twice and Dorsey is nails again as Seminoles knock Virginia out of CWS with a 7-3 win

Ferrer homers twice and Dorsey is nails again as Seminoles knock Virginia out of CWS with a 7-3 win

Jaime Ferrer hit two homers, Carson Dorsey turned in a third straight strong start, and Florida State stayed alive in the College World Series with a 7-3 win over Virginia on Sunday.

Black Business Expo partners with Jefferson School African American Heritage Center for Juneteenth celebration

Black Business Expo partners with Jefferson School African American Heritage Center for Juneteenth celebration

Visitors at the 2024 Charlottesville-Albemarle Black Business Expo were treated to a celebration of culture, music, and entrepreneurship.

Honeycutt's 9th-inning hit gives Heels another last at-bat win, 3-2 over Virginia at CWS

Honeycutt's 9th-inning hit gives Heels another last at-bat win, 3-2 over Virginia at CWS

Vance Honeycutt's single brought home Jackson Van De Brake from third with two outs in the bottom of the ninth, and North Carolina pulled out yet another win in its last at-bat, a 3-2 walk-off victory over Virginia in the College World Series.

Warrior-Scholar Project Program partners with UVA

Warrior-Scholar Project Program partners with UVA

National nonprofit Warrior-Scholar Project has partnered with UVA to host a two-week academic boot camp for enlisted veterans.

CPD arrests man for carrying concealed weapons in city park

CPD arrests man for carrying concealed weapons in city park

Police arrested Richard Sanders at Tonsler Park in Thursday.

Police ask for help to find missing person

Police ask for help to find missing person

Thomas Williams was last seen by his family on May 1 and was reported missing on June 10.

Warner gifts $650,000 to Piedmont Housing Alliance

Warner gifts $650,000 to Piedmont Housing Alliance

$650,000 was the figure on a check gifted from Senator Mark Warner to a local center that provides hands-on assistance to lower-income Charlottesville residents who need help improving their housing situation.

UVA Health opens outpatient laser eye surgery clinic

UVA Health opens outpatient laser eye surgery clinic

If you are sick of your glasses and contacts or simply just the price of it, look no further, laser eye surgery could be your next stop.

Know Your Ballot: 7th District Democratic candidate Eugene Vindman

Know Your Ballot: 7th District Democratic candidate Eugene Vindman

Eugene Vindman has never run for office, but you may know his name from the first impeachment of former President Donald Trump, which increased his popularity among Democrats.

DEQ: No current elevated E. coli risk at Lake Anna

DEQ: No current elevated E. coli risk at Lake Anna

The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality reported on Friday that water samples collected at several locations earlier this week show bacteria levels below public health levels of concern.

Record number of UVA Law students getting grants for work in public service roles

Record number of UVA Law students getting grants for work in public service roles

The University of Virginia School of Law says 162 students are participating in the student-run Public Interest Law Association’s PILA+ program this summer.

Charlottesville-based produce company getting USDA grant

Charlottesville-based produce company getting USDA grant

On Friday, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced $50 million in funding for 141 recipients across the country to support farmworkers and agricultural employers.

Louisa County trail getting funding to help commemorate VA250

Louisa County trail getting funding to help commemorate VA250

The Virginia Tourism Corporation announced on Friday that 25 programs across the Commonwealth are getting more than $200,000 in grant funding.

Arc of the Piedmont opens new art studio for artists with developmental disabilities

Arc of the Piedmont opens new art studio for artists with developmental disabilities

Thursday, the Arc of the Piedmont opened the doors to their newly renovated art studio. The Arc of the Piedmont works with people in the area with developmental disabilities and their families. 

Brooks Family YMCA holds second annual Juneteenth celebration

Brooks Family YMCA holds second annual Juneteenth celebration

The Brooks Family YMCA held their second annual Juneteenth celebration tonight. Vendors, musicians, dancers, and food were all part of the event to celebrate Black excellence in the community.