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Golf tournament raises money to support area students
Golf tournament raises money to support area students

The Drive Fore STEAM golf tournament was started as a collaboration between Innovative Software Solutions and WillowTree.

Dramatic bodycam footage shows intense moments when deputies rescued woman from burning home

Dramatic bodycam footage shows intense moments when deputies rescued woman from burning home

New dramatic bodycam footage shows the intense moments when Fluvanna County deputies rescued an elderly woman from a burning home.

Three Fluvanna deputies rescue elderly woman trapped in burning home

Three Fluvanna deputies rescue elderly woman trapped in burning home

Just after 5 a.m. Tuesday, the Fluvanna County Sheriff's Office got a 911 call for a house fire, saying a resident wasn't able to get out of the house.

Greene supervisors narrowly approve 'glamping' project

Greene supervisors narrowly approve 'glamping' project

A rezoning application for the project site passed 3-2 following a long public comment session and discussion.

AHIP, Tiger Fuel volunteers to help Crozet couple be safe at home

AHIP, Tiger Fuel volunteers to help Crozet couple be safe at home

An older couple that lives in the Crozet area has been in the home since the mid-90s and needs help because of the deterioration of the deck and stairs.

Albemarle Amateur Radio Club held a 'Radio Field Day'

Albemarle Amateur Radio Club held a 'Radio Field Day'

One purpose of this event is to help people practice scenario situations in the event of severe weather.

Seeking building trades instructor to keep program going

Seeking building trades instructor to keep program going

The Charlottesville Albemarle Technical Education Center is gearing up for a busy fall, but it needs help.

Marking 50th anniversary of Hurricane Agnes

Marking 50th anniversary of Hurricane Agnes

June 22 was the 50th anniversary of Hurricane Agnes, a storm that caused major flooding for much of the Mid-Atlantic, especially Virginia.

Spotted lanternfly quarantine zone being expanded to include Albemarle County

Spotted lanternfly quarantine zone being expanded to include Albemarle County

The expansion will go into effect in July.

Allen and Allen announced 2022 Hometown Heroes

Allen and Allen announced 2022 Hometown Heroes

This is the 13th year for the program that celebrates local acts of heroism in Richmond, Charlottesville and Fredericksburg.

Lights coming to Charlottesville skate park

Lights coming to Charlottesville skate park

The park opened in 2019, but lights were not installed due to a lack of funds from the original project’s budget.

Afghan refugee finds home in Charlottesville

Afghan refugee finds home in Charlottesville

Rahimullah Nishat came from Afghanistan in 2017 but with the help of the Charlottesville nonprofit International Neighbors.

Honoring the ancestors ceremony kicks off Juneteenth weekend

Honoring the ancestors ceremony kicks off Juneteenth weekend

It's a way to thank them for their resilience through slavery and discrimination, as well as the work they did in Charlottesville.

UVA to begin multi-year effort to find ways to create, store, and use clean energy

UVA to begin multi-year effort to find ways to create, store, and use clean energy

UVA plans to spend $60 million to find ways clean energy can be created, stored, and used.

Shannon Foundation grants supporting innovative school projects

Shannon Foundation grants supporting innovative school projects

A group of Albemarle County Public School teachers are being awarded money towards classroom projects.

Youngkin visits Keswick to officially open a new beverage trail along Route 231

Youngkin visits Keswick to officially open a new beverage trail along Route 231

Governor Glenn Youngkin was in Albemarle County on Tuesday to officially open a new craft beverage trail designed to attract visitors.

UVA documentary nominated for Emmy

UVA documentary nominated for Emmy

The 'Common Grounds?' documentary is in the Beset Cultural/Topical documentary category.

Annual Farm Tour and Country Fair returns to Grace Episcopal

Annual Farm Tour and Country Fair returns to Grace Episcopal

Participants visited a country fair, toured the historic church and grounds, and enjoyed organ concerts.

C3 celebrates one-year anniversary of Green Business Alliance

C3 celebrates one-year anniversary of Green Business Alliance

Sixteen businesses teamed up to reach a common goal, to reduce their carbon footprint.

Veterans walk 20,000 miles for the fallen

Veterans walk 20,000 miles for the fallen

Memorial Day is just a few weeks away, and one group wants to remind people it's about more than just barbecues and a day off from work.

First Fluco Festival honors Caden Marshall

First Fluco Festival honors Caden Marshall

For the Fluvanna County class of ‘22, it's all about community.

Turning life around after time behind bars

Turning life around after time behind bars

Two years after being released, Page is teaming up with Network2Work to help others take advantage of their second chance in an eight-week course called REAL Re-entry.

St. Anne's students trying to persuade people to adopt pets at CASPCA with art

St. Anne's students trying to persuade people to adopt pets at CASPCA with art

First-grade students at St. Anne's-Belfield put their creative minds to the test in an effort to help get forever homes for animals at the Charlottesville Albemarle SPCA.

UVA Law students help make changes to compensation laws for exonerees

UVA Law students help make changes to compensation laws for exonerees

The Innocence Project recently worked with state lawmakers to get $6.25 million for six people who have been pardoned over the last year.

Ukrainian business owner raising relief money, reunited with parents

Ukrainian business owner raising relief money, reunited with parents

Local Ukrainian business owner Denys Kobzan says he continues trying to make sense of a tragedy that seems incomprehensible.

UVA School of Medicine helps create online program to battle Insomnia

UVA School of Medicine helps create online program to battle Insomnia

Researchers say Black women are more likely to suffer from insomnia than other groups, but there may be something to help.