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Past articles by Dominga:

JABA program helping to feed seniors as SNAP benefits dwindle

The Jefferson Area Board for Aging is stepping in as SNAP benefits are being reduced across the commonwealth. → Read More

Louisa County Elementary students get hands-on experience in the garden

Louisa County Elementary students met at Thomas Jefferson Elementary for a hands-on learning experience planting lima beans and pulling weeds. → Read More

Rescue squad looking to build new station in Crozet

The Western Albemarle Rescue Squad is looking to add a new location. → Read More

Center for Politics Director Larry Sabato responds to UVA’s hiring of Liz Cheney

UVA says that Cheney has real-world experience in politics and can give students a glimpse into what goes on behind the scenes, and that having someone who has this background will teach its students valuable lessons. → Read More

Father of man killed in Charlottesville standoff speaks out against police response

Cecil Sites says that his son, Billy Sites, should still be alive, despite police saying otherwise. → Read More

Schools may soon have ability to require students be vaccinated against COVID-19

Vaccines for conditions like rubella, mumps, and measles are already on the list. Doctor Costi Sifri with UVA Health says the hope is to make COVID-19 just as rare to catch one day. → Read More

Charlottesville historians discuss local Green Books and their significance to Black travelers

During the Jim Crow era, Green Books served as a life line for Black travelers looking to get from point A to point B while avoiding danger. → Read More

Rep. Spanberger seeking answers on $201M budget shortfall for Virginia schools

7th District Representative Abigail Spanberger (D) is calling on Governor Glenn Youngkin (R) to be transparent about what his mitigation plans are. → Read More

UVA Health: Trial underway to find drug to help reduce COVID-19 symptoms

Doctor Patrick Jackson with UVA Health says there is one gap in current research, that being finding a drug to reduce symptoms for people who are not immunocompromised. → Read More

Senator Deeds pushing for bill to limit prescription drug costs

25th District Senator Creigh Deeds (D) is championing a bill to limit prescription drug costs. → Read More

New treatment may help reduce COVID-19 hospitalizations

Omicron variants of the coronavirus are putting researchers and doctors to the test. A new treatment is on the horizon for people whose bodies do not respond to the vaccine. → Read More

Delegate Hudson arguing for more funds to go to Virginia’s schools

Thursday, February 9, marked Budget Day in Richmond, and tax breaks and teacher pay are two of the topics state legislators are discussing. → Read More

Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA bringing outside third party to review criticism

The Charlottesville-Albemarle Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is hiring McGuireWoods law firm. → Read More

Health & Wellness Center of Louisa operating at limited capacity while undergoing repairs

After the late December cold snap that saw many others affected by burst pipes, repairs are finally underway for the health center. → Read More

Stanardsville woman believes she contracted histoplasmosis on farm, warns others

A fungus that lives in Virginia soil may have left a Stanardsville woman legally blind. → Read More

Stanardsville woman believes she contracted histoplasmosis on farm, warns others

A fungus that lives in Virginia soil may have left a Stanardsville woman legally blind. → Read More

Agency collecting blankets for children in foster care

A foster care agency is asking you to give a little of yourself and help help keep a child in need warm. → Read More

Petite Marie Bette celebrating Black History Month with limited-time decorated cakes

Petite Marie Bette is selling cakes with prominent Black figures stenciled on top with powdered sugar. → Read More

Albemarle County checking, replacing lead pipes

The Environmental Protection Agency is working to accelerate lead pipe replacement. → Read More

Senator Mark Warner says it’s time to raise the debt ceiling

He says it will help the nation pay social security, military salaries, Medicare benefits and tax refunds. → Read More