This year is a big one for Virginia voters with three very important dates when voters can make their voices heard.
MeTV Charlottesville moved to channel 210 on Comcast Xfinity
MeTV Charlottesville moved to channel 210 on Comcast Xfinity channel lineup in January.
VEA to gather at state Capitol for more public education support
Virginia Education Association will gather for "Fund the Future" rally on Jan. 27.
Louisa County, VDGIF to remove Dike III fishing platform
Dike III fishing platform at Lake Anna to be demolished due to age and deterioration.
JMRL Greene County Library to host professional genealogist
Professional genealogist Shelley Murphy will lead a session on best strategies to research family genealogy.
Job seeker workshops at Virginia Career Works Charlottesville Center
Goodwill Industries will provide job seeker workshops in January and February.
Last City Council meeting for month of January
Charlottesville City Council to hold last regular meeting for the month of January on Tuesday.
Abundant Life marks MLK Day
Abundant Life Ministries marked Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with a march through the Prospect neighborhood, a fellowship dinner and more.
Thousands attend gun rights rally in Richmond
Thousands exercised their First Amendment rights in Richmond to make sure their Second Amendment rights are protected.
'Unity Walk' held at school to mark MLK holiday
Some Orange county community members used the MLK holiday to walk for a cause.
Broadcasters for Blood hosts drive
The "Broadcasters for Blood" drive was hosted by area radio stations and news organizations at the DoubleTree by Hilton.
MLK's legacy celebrated at Carver Recreation Center.
Community members attended seventh annual "Continuing His Dream and Works" event on Monday.
Area students 'Walk a Mile for Martin'
In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, students, teachers, and parents "Walked a Mile for Martin."
ACPD issues warning about phone scam call
The Albemarle County Police Department says a scam artist is calling area residents claiming to be a police officer who has a warrant to arrest the potential victim.
Area's youth lead discussion about climate change
UVA's Office of Sustainability held a discussion about Black Youth in the Climate Movement, as a part of its MLK Community Celebration.
Tiger Fuel celebrates 29th anniversary with new look, perks
Tiger Fuel is celebrating its 29th anniversary with a new look and new perks for customers.
Woman reflects on earthquake damage in Puerto Rico
A woman from Puerto Rico, who moved to Virginia after Hurricane Maria in 2017, said she's devastated by the damage done to the island from a series of earthquakes that started at the beginning of January.
Former Haitian Ambassador visits Charlottesville
Raymond Joseph, former U.S. Ambassador to Haiti, visited Charlottesville on Saturday.
'A Place Fit for Women' exhibit on display
A Place Fit for Women is the Jefferson School's newest exhibit and it will be on display until April 18.
Potter's Craft Cider releases cider to benefit the Haven
Potter's Craft Cider is raising money to help a homeless shelter in downtown Charlottesville with a new cider called the Haven.
Riggleman launches re-election campaign
Congressman Denver Riggleman was joined by hundreds of his supporters to launch his re-election campaign at Boar's Head Resort on Saturday afternoon.
City wants hotel skeleton on Downtown Mall inspected
Charlottesville officials are asking the owners of the Dewberry Project on the Downtown Mall to have the property inspected.
Virginia Supreme Court upholds temporary weapons ban
The Virginia Supreme Court has upheld Governor Ralph Northam temporary ban of all weapons, including firearms, for Capitol Square.
Upcoming meeting on finalists to be new Sister City
The Charlottesville Sister City Commission has two cities it is looking at as the city's next Sister City, and it wants to hear from the community.
Annual Broadcasters for Blood drive coming up
The annual Broadcaster for Blood drive is coming up on Monday at the DoubleTree Hotel.