Liam and Emily Norris lived in Charlottesville for years, and the process that led to them being on the show was years in the making.
From 1922 to 2022, the Charlottesville Band has created memories that last a lifetime for locals.
A store focused on keeping arts supplies out of landfills has opened a second location near downtown Charlottesville.
DMR is returning to the stage at the Paramount Theater this weekend with a production of 'Annie Jr.'
For every meal served at participating restaurants, $1 will be donated to the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank.
Locally-owned LGBTQ+ businesses are celebrating Pride Month by hosting events and socials, creating places where people feel safe.
Elizabeth Harris just graduated from the University of Virginia Law School with the class of 2022.
Members of the Tonsler League believe every kid should be able to have their own bike.
For 40 years, Laura Mulligan Thomas has raised the baton for the Charlottesville High School Orchestra. Now she is passing it on.
Amy Myers of Local Eats in Palmyra wants people to know about the local animal shelter in Fluvanna County.
Gregg Dionne is no stranger to the kitchen and says whipping up good food is a great way to bring people together.
Shine Guide organizer Catherine Shooter is holding events to promote mental health and wellness throughout the month of May.
More than 100 Orange County fifth graders are putting on 'The Lion King.'
On April 12, 1921, Martha Jefferson House was founded and is also when Joy Thomson was born.
Ed Price is a big fan of sandwiches but he's an even bigger fan of firefighters.
Kim Grover is going the extra mile for those in need. She's hiking the Appalachian Trail and raising money for the Haven and Habitat for Humanity.
It's a story of hope, inspiration and gratitude.
It's a story of hope, inspiration, and gratitude as one man is living a brand new life just one year after a lung transplant.
Students at North Branch School learned about wind energy, and with that knowledge, the seventh and eighth graders put what they learned to the test.
A traveling circus has come to Charlottesville and is inviting families to see the spectacular events it has planned.
The Botanical Garden of the Piedmont received a big donation that will help further develop the project.
Some local students are telling the community why they should adopt and foster animals.
The university hosted a watch party where more than 100 students came to support Sullivan in her debut.
If you're looking for someone to spend Valentine's Day with, there're plenty of pups at the CASCPA ready to share the love!
It will be able to help even more patients across the state with this designation.
The Lake Monticello Community Foundation wants to show appreciation for students who volunteer with a $1,500 scholarship.