The Charlottesville Salvation Army is auctioning off six Vintage 1980’s 'Wizard of Oz' 12-inch action figures.
With school sports picking up, there's always a risk for injuries. One injury doctors see, especially in contact sports, is concussions. UVA Health is doing something to help.
CASPCA is one of 90 animal welfare organizations selected to receive a $10,000 grant from the Grey Muzzle Organization.
This year's Wheelchair Tennis camp included 25 campers of all different ages and experience levels with Paralympic coach, David Wagner.
With the Lahaina wildfires still searing the island of Maui, a local apparel company is stepping up to help.
Josephine’s Village annual 5K was held Saturday morning to raise awareness for families with congenital heart defects.
UVA Health has been recognized for its support for breastfeeding.
At just 10 years old, Linda Pistun from Gainesville is completing eight college credits at the University of Virginia this summer.
The writers' strike and the SAG-AFTRA strike aren't just affecting Hollywood. They're taking a toll on the Virginia film industry too.
Albemarle County Public Schools has 215 new teachers this school year. Tuesday, they were getting acclimated to the district at the ACPS new teacher academy.
Service Dogs of Virginia hosted its Service Dog demo day at The Center at Belvedere to meet its newest rookies.
It's been one year since more than 4,000 beagles were rescued from a mass breeding facility in Cumberland County.
On a Caring Bridge post, his family announced that Aidan Peters passed away Monday evening.
Construction crews are currently taking down four panels of the Berlin Wall located outside of UVA's Special Collections Library.
The University of Virginia announced it is making some changes to its application after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling last month.
Using her love of art and environmental science, Helen Hou started the Make a Change club in October, and it has blossomed into something she couldn’t have predicted.
A UVA neurosurgeon reflected on his time spent treating patients in Ukraine.
The City of Charlottesville had an invasive vegetation problem. So, who'd Parks and Recreation call? Goat Busters.
While the Winneba delegation visited Charlottesville, they received a donated of a retired ambulance from the Charlottesville/Albemarle Rescue Squad.
The 32nd African American Cultural Festival was held in Washington Park on July 29 with some special guest appearances from Charlottesville's sister city, Winneba, Ghana.
Lifeguards at Lake Monticello are being credited with saving a driver who had a medical emergency and drove into the lake.
The Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA is holding an event to sit with their animals through the fireworks on July 4.
Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital is working to brighten up its building with a brand-new mural.
UVA Health has made a big investment to serve more patients. Their new emergency rescue helicopter took to the skies this month.
River View Farm is an African American historic site, and being recognized in this capacity is huge for this farm to be able to continue telling history to our community.
First responders gathered on an overpass over I-64 on Tuesday afternoon to honor Officer M. Christopher Wagner II.