Ashley Sikes saved the life of one patron due to the tools given to her by the Brooks YMCA and the American Red Cross.
Students at Charlottesville High School want to start a new tradition called the Senior Sunrise.
Students in Matt Gozzard’s class are used to sitting in chairs learning about creative media, but soon, he hopes to be teaching his students how to fly a plane.
CPD has been making relationships in the community for generations, but three officers recently found a way to better those existing and new relationships, through the sport of basketball.
New York is coming to Charlottesville as DMR Adventures prepares to open its production of Newsies Jr at the Paramount Theater.
The Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA calendar contest has just started, and already has some tough competition for which adoptees will be making the calendar this year.
RJ Redstrom is just the second person in the world to get a double lung transplant, and did not let a roadblock stop him from doing what he loves.
There are 7,000 salons across the country taking part in this movement, including a few in Charlottesville.
Kindness Cafe is a nonprofit coffee shop that employs adults with cognitive disabilities, and wants to open a second location to give more people a chance to work.
From eight miles of hiking trails to tours throughout the grounds, there is something for everyone to enjoy at James Madison’s Montpelier this summer.
June Andrews is proving that age is just a number, as she is about to accomplish a lifelong dream.
Make-a-Wish grants life changing wishes for children every day, and some local Virginians helped grant more wishes during this year’s Trailblazer Challenge.
The Blue Ridge Fencing Center is hosting its annual spring tournament on Saturday, and each player's entrance fee is benefiting Green Dogs Unleashed.
Students had the chance to learn about careers that align with their interests and skills, so they can start to narrow down what careers to pursue in the future.
Brian Clowdus Experience is bringing the story of Charlotte’s Web, which everyone knows and loves, to Central Virginia.
The local ACAC is working on gaining more athletes to compete on its year-round swim team, USA Swim team and on the summer league swim team.
UVA Law students are hitting balls instead of the books this weekend, ahead of the 40th annual Law Softball Invitational.
The Wintergreen Fire and Rescue Station 2 has been making continuous efforts to send supplies, donations, and more to help ease the struggles citizens are facing in Ukraine.
Two best friends started a running club for so that people can make new friendships and enjoy running.
Son of a Tuskegee Airman visited Louisa County Middle School during their Black History Month guest speaker presentations.
Lorena Wilson served in the U.S. Army for more than 20 years.