Sixteen businesses teamed up to reach a common goal, to reduce their carbon footprint.
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.
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.
The Innocence Project recently worked with state lawmakers to get $6.25 million for six people who have been pardoned over the last year.
Local Ukrainian business owner Denys Kobzan says he continues trying to make sense of a tragedy that seems incomprehensible.
Researchers say Black women are more likely to suffer from insomnia than other groups, but there may be something to help.
A member of the Fluvanna County Sheriff’s Office has been recognized for providing service and support to the victims of crime.
The Front Porch hosted a different type of petting zoo where children get to interact with various musical instruments.
University of Virginia President Jim Ryan raised a lot of money to help support student veterans.
The rededication ceremonies started in 1966 and have become a significant piece of the Dogwood Festival.
More than 100 students met with local green industry leaders to learn about job opportunities in the field.
His family won't get their loved one back, but they do get some peace knowing that they could potentially be helping others.
Merchandise sales at Peace Frogs have spiked as well.
Built in 1950, Burley served as the area's African-American high school for 16 years, but to its students, it was more than just a school.
A total of 14 recruits are training with stimulated live-burn incidents.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital says its longtime partner Tri Delta has completed a 10-year, $60 million fundraising commitment two years ahead of schedule.
Justin Harpine says several organizations helped create more than 400 baskets in one month.
The 2022 School Food Drive was the most successful in the campaign's 11-year history.
The IX Art Park has been selected as the location for the American Connects National Mural, which will be unveiled during the Charlottesville Arts Festival.
It is the most expensive comic book to ever be sold at a retail store in Charlottesville.
For UVA forward Kadin Shedrick and guard Reece Beekman, the off-season is the beginning of a different kind of work.
Contestant Kara Bass graduated from William Monroe High School in Greene County.
Charlottesville resident Tatiana Yazrska-Atrovius talks about personal impact of the war in Ukraine.
International Neighbors was able to reunite two brothers who had been separated for three years.
Baking Memories 4 Kids has provided the Resch family of Charlottesville with a trip to the theme parks in Orlando, Florida.
The open-air market is located at 100 Water Street in Charlottesville.