It appears the court is consistently ruling in favor of conservatives, which experts say is not surprising.
The library board heard from both sides of the argument at a meeting on Monday.
The event will be held at the Vinegar Hill Theatre on July 30.
The music will feature Tchaikovsky, Saint-Saëns, Beethoven, Brahms, Vivaldi, and Mozart and much more.
The Transportation Security Administration is hosting several events in and around Charlottesville.
Charles Marsh will host a reading event to talk about his struggles with mental illness.
One purpose of this event is to help people practice scenario situations in the event of severe weather.
State Senator Creigh Deeds says he wants people to know that local lawmakers are fighting for abortion rights in Virginia.
The Blue Ridge Health District held a clinic at Tonsler Park for children between six months and 11 years of age to receive COVID-19 vaccines.
Virginia women's tennis star Emma Navarro announced she will forgo her remaining eligibility to pursue a professional tennis career.
In Budapest, the hoos representing team USA wrap up an impressive week at the world aquatic championships.
William Monroe alum and Notre Dame transfer Sam Brunelle says the UVA women's basketball is going to shock everyone this season.
Cville Pride and De la Roll held the event as they wrap up Pride Month.
The Charlottesville Albemarle Technical Education Center is gearing up for a busy fall, but it needs help.
Just five hours after the ruling was released, hundreds of protesters gathered at the federal courthouse in Charlottesville.
There were mixed emotions across Central Virginia following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Ric Young and Jim Spencer, editorial page editor at the Daily Progress, discuss the Supreme Court ruling that fundamentally overturned Roe v. Wade.
June 22 was the 50th anniversary of Hurricane Agnes, a storm that caused major flooding for much of the Mid-Atlantic, especially Virginia.
In this Stay Local, Play Local segment, Tara Fisher talks about area scavenger hunts that will be taking place through Virginia is for Adventurers.
In this Community Counts segment, Bo Sykes sits down with Cynthia Hurst of Foothills Child Advocacy Center to talk about childhood mental health concerns.
UPDATE: The Albemarle County Police Department reports William Hurley is no longer considered a missing person.
The Charlottesville Department of Utilities will close Barracks Road due to the ongoing waterline project.
FEMA will be hosting the meeting to get public comment on a plan to change the alert and notification system for nuclear power plant emergencies.
Both S&P Global Ratings and Moody’s Investor Services gave the city the highest rating of AAA.
REC is nearing the completion of restoring power for its residents.
June has been declared National Homeownership Month, proclaiming that every American should be able to 'afford to rent or own' a home.