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Our area's health district has tips on how to avoid ticks.
Governor McAuliffe helps Monticello welcome 78 new Americans.
Many local political candidates spent the holiday weekend courting voters.
Roosevelt Barbour has retired after more than a decade as the Charlottesville Assessor.
Virginia's eagle population has rebounded in the early months of 2015.
City Police have charged 21-year-old Quayshon Markel Cowan in the shooting of Derrick Marshall Washington.
The city is not turning over stop-and-frisk police records requested by the NAACP, and the case appears to be headed to court.
Albemarle Police say it was a black woman who robbed the Woodbrook 7-11 at gunpoint Wednesday night.
The unemployment rate in the Charlottesville region shot up during May.
Breastfeeding advocates are celebrating a new Virginia law.
Local D-Day survivor Carl "Chubby" Proffitt has passed away.
UVA and a member of the General Assembly note a new Virginia law dealing with sexual misconduct.
Both the Charlottesville and Albemarle Schools are making some personnel changes.
A sign structure over Emmet Street won't get removed until after the Fourth of July weekend.
Albemarle Police will be patrolling the James River in kayaks this summer to crack down against illegal behavior.
City firefighters battled a house fire early Wednesday on Washington Avenue.
The Charlottesville School Board is boosting the salary of Superintendent Rosa Atkins by 2%.
New Virginia traffic laws take effect July 1st.
The words "black lives matter" were spray-painted on the statue in Lee Park.
There's been a huge increase in the cost of a fireworks permit in Albemarle County, going from $75 to $600.