Local company unveils blood test to find treatments for chronic pain
AMPEL Biosolutions came out with a new technique that may help determine what is going on for an individual patient and lead to better treatment options.
Mixed messages on if COVID is still a pandemic, or now an endemic
Dr. Bill Petri says that although there have been reports of COVID becoming more of an endemic instead of a pandemic, it is still dangerous.
Will the Regal at the Shops at Stonefield stay open or close?
There’s been a lot of talk over the past two weeks on whether Regal will be closing the theater located at the Shops at Stonefield in Albemarle County.
From out of nowhere Ryan Dunn energizes Virginia
Ryan Dunn only averages a little more than two points per game, but the freshman forward has electrified the John Paul Jones Arena crowd.
Icy conditions expected into Wednesday morning
Weather forecasts are calling for light snow, sleet and freezing rain in parts of the Piedmont region, especially the higher elevations.
Property assessments jump in Charlottesville
The city Assessor’s Offices recently completed its 2023 reassessment of taxable properties within the city’s limits.
Police recovered another body from Rockfish River
Divers returned to the site of a submerged vehicle on Friday and found the body of one of two people who were still missing.
Deadline has passed to apply for open seat on city council
Councilor Sena Magill announced on Jan. 3 she was stepping down, citing family responsibilities.
Forum focusing on city budget to be held
Interim City Manager Michael Rogers will be hosting the Citizen Budget Forum beginning at 6 p.m. at the Carver Recreation Center.
Charlottesville Catholic School celebrates Catholic Schools Week
Charlottesville Catholic School, being the only Catholic school in this area, embraces the aspects of community, faith, and service during this week.
Charlottesville City Schools addresses hallway brawl
Charlottesville City Schools leaders are addressing safety after a fight involving dozens of students last week that was caught on a video now posted online.
Virginia reveals 2023 football schedule
Gone are the days of Atlantic and Coastal with the unveiling of the 2023 ACC football schedule.
Lack of winter weather to blame for increased gas prices
Gas prices have climbed dramatically in the past few weeks in Charlottesville, and the mild January weather may be to blame.
UVA Program receives grant for preschoolers with autism
After receiving a $61 thousand grant from Jefferson Trust a cutting-edge program will be bettering preschools in Virginia.
UVA Telemedicine expanding care in Southwest Virginia
The University of Virginia Health System is taking steps to improve the overall health and medical care for people living in southwest Virginia.
Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority receives grant
The Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority has been awarded more than $116,000 to help families reach self-sufficiency.
Bradbury Cafe brings back Charlottesville favorite
Spudnuts are officially back on the menu at Bradbury Cafe.
Childhood friends from Central Virginia link up at Syracuse
Freshmen year roommates can be a mixed bag unless you are Syracuse first years Justin Taylor and Maliq Brown, who have known each other for nearly a decade...
Americans for Prosperity holds event on school choice
Americans for Prosperity Virginia hosted an event it says teaches people about the education freedom movement in Virginia.
Mincer's store owner dies
Charlottesville mourns the loss of a familiar face in the community. On Saturday, Mark Mincer, the owner of Mincer’s, passed away after battling brain cancer.
CPD investigating a shooting
The Charlottesville Police Department responded to calls about shots fired around 9:40 p.m. Saturday on Grove Street.
New head of school at Field School of Charlottesville
The Field School of Charlottesville's Board of Directors has announced the appointment of the next Head of School.
New candidate for 54th District in House of Delegates
A Charlottesville native and Marine Corps veteran has announced his candidacy for Virginia's House of Delegates to represent the 54th District.
STEM competition for students
A day of STEM competition was held at Charlottesville High School on Saturday.
Gardner, Franklin lead No. 7 Virginia past BC, 76-57
Armaan Franklin and Jayden Gardner scored 18 points each and No. 7 Virginia used a big first-half run to take control in a 76-57 win over Boston College on Saturday, the Cavaliers’ sixth straight victory.