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Past articles by Carly:

Stanardsville mother-daughter duo collecting donations for Greene Co. family dealing with tragedy

A mother-daughter duo in Stanardsville is rallying behind a Greene County family dealing with tragedy. → Read More

Disney+ debuts ‘Mandalorian’ documentary series for Star Wars Day

It’s a behind-the-scenes look at how the popular series “The Mandalorian” was created, including interviews and never-before-seen footage. → Read More

Governor Northam coronavirus briefing is set to begin at 2 p.m., watch live here

Governor Ralph Northam will be giving a coronavirus briefing today. You can watch it on NBC29 or live here starting at 2 p.m. → Read More

Costco requiring customers to wear face masks starting Monday

Costco is adding several new policies for its customers, and people will soon have to wear face masks if they want to shop at one of its locations. → Read More

Governor Northam to hold coronavirus briefing at 2 p.m., watch live here

Governor Northam will deliver his coronavirus briefing at 2 p.m. You can also watch it live here. → Read More

Nelson Co. brewery creates program to help feed folks in the community

Devils backbone Brewing Company in Nelson County wants to help feed people impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

UVA plans to refund $12M to students for 2020 spring semester

The University of Virginia is planning to refund students millions of dollars in costs for the 2020 spring semester. → Read More

ACFR welcomes new emergency manager

Albemarle County Fire Rescue has named Nichole R. Matthews as the county’s first emergency manager. → Read More

Two Albemarle Co. men arrested following shots fired incident on Cherry Ave.

Two Albemarle County men have been arrested following an incident Saturday morning on Cherry Avenue. → Read More

Governor Northam to deliver a coronavirus briefing at 2 p.m., watch live here

Governor Northam is scheduled to deliver a coronavirus briefing today. You can watch it live on NBC29, on our live stream page, or in this story. → Read More

Gov. Northam to postpone action on teacher raises, tuition freeze

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Northam is pushing back decisions on whether to give teachers and state workers raises, freeze in-state college tuition, and implement other new spending in the budget that lawmakers passed last month. → Read More

Corona stops beer production

The Mexican government has shuttered non-essential businesses, including the makers of Corona Beer. → Read More

Deaths at long-term rehab center in Henrico reach 11

The Richmond and Henrico Health Director says a total of 11 people have died due to COVID-19 at Canterbury Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center. → Read More

AP-NORC poll: Less than half back Trump’s pandemic response

Less than half of Americans approve of the job done thus far by President Donald Trump and the federal government in confronting the virus, per a new survey from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. → Read More

Charlottesville shoe company uses 3-D printers to develop respirator masks for first responders

A Charlottesville shoe-making company is switching its focus from feet to the face in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Legal Aid Justice Center calls on lawmakers to protect low-income workers in wake of COVID-19

The Legal Aid Justice Center in Charlottesville is calling on state and local lawmakers to do more to help those struggling financially through the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

CAT ends Sunday service, introduces new hours until further notice

Charlottesville Area Transit is dropping Sunday service, and will be using the day to deep-clean buses. → Read More

Bodo’s Bagels begins drive-thru only operation in social distancing effort

A Charlottesville staple – Bodo’s Bagels – is doing everything it can to adapt and survive through the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Louisa Co. Resource Council remains open, moves to all drive-through method

The Louisa County Resource Council is stepping up its efforts to make sure people can put food on the table for their families. → Read More

Foxfield under new ownership

The Foxfield racetrack in Albemarle County will soon be under new ownership. → Read More