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Past articles by Jennifer:

Wonder Woman 2 to Film in Alexandria in Summer 2018

Wonder Woman is coming to Virginia this summer, according to the Washington Business Journal. → Read More

CASPCA to Offer Low Cost Microchip and Rabies Drop-in Clinic Sunday

The Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA will offer a low cost microchipping and rabies clinic Sunday, May 6. → Read More

Boys and Girls Club of Central Va. Hosts Cops 4 Kids Day

The Boys & Girls Club of Central Virginia will host the 2018 Cops 4 Kids Day on Friday, May 4th from 4:00-6:00pm at the Cherry Avenue Boys & Girls Club at 1000B Cherry Avenue. → Read More

Devils Backbone Brewing Company Awarded Two World Beer Cup Awards

On May 3, Devils Backbone Brewing Company was awarded two World Beer Cup Awards at the ceremony in Nashville, TN. → Read More

Business Owners Weigh-in on Plans for West Main Street

Business owners are reacting to the latest plans to overhaul West Main Street in Charlottesville. → Read More

Police Arrest FUMA Student who Threatened to Open Fire During Chapel

On 04/24/2017 officials at the Fork Union Military Academy notified the Fluvanna County Sheriff's Office of a threatening message that was written on a wall in one of their bathrooms. → Read More

Martha Jefferson Hospital Receives A Grade for Safety

It's an "A" grade for safety at Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital in Albemarle County. → Read More

People in Central Virginia Celebrate Thomas Jefferson's 275th Birthday

Dozens of central Virginians are celebrating the 275th birthday of Thomas Jefferson. → Read More

Devils Backbone Offering Brewing Classes at PVCC

Devil's Backbone is offering brewing classes at PVCC for aspiring brewers. → Read More

Charlottesville Derby Dames Searching for Practice Space Closer to Home

Members of the non-profit organization, the Charlottesville Derby Dames (CDD), are on the hunt for a permanent home to prep for their bouts. → Read More

VDOT Warns Drivers of Refreezing for Monday Night, Tuesday Morning Commute

VDOT is s urging motorists to be cautious throughout Monday afternoon and during the evening commute, as weather ranging from a wintry mix to snow continues to fall in many areas across the commonw... → Read More

UPDATE: Man Wanted in Connection to Staunton Shooting Arrested

Authorities have apprehended Orion Jeffrey Painter, who was wanted in connection to the second degree murder in Staunton. The Augusta County Sheriff's Office found the 22-year-old the afternoon o... → Read More

Baby Goat Snuggling Sessions Available at Albemarle County Farm

Caromount Farm in Esmont is hosting baby goat snuggling sessions through April. This is the farm's third year hosting snuggle sessions for people to come out and relieve stress by cuddling baby goa... → Read More

Hope Team in Staunton Hosts Conference to Prevent Human Trafficking

The Hope Team in Staunton hosted a conference at First Baptist Church in order to advice attendees on human trafficking. → Read More

Albemarle County Hosts Job Fair to Attract New School Bus Drivers

Albemarle County hosted a job fair on Saturday in hopes of gaining new applicants for bus driver positions. → Read More

Greene County Man Arrested after a Series of Burglaries

The Albemarle County Police Department arrested 28 year-old Steven Tyler Miller of Ruckersville on various charges related to a serious of break-ins. → Read More

Waynesboro High School will Perform Avenue Q

Waynesboro High School is set to perform Avenue Q, a play once known for it's strong adult content. → Read More

PVCC Introduces First Official Mascot

Piedmont Virginia Community College unveiled its first official mascot, a panther, on February 21 → Read More

PVCC Introduces First Official Mascot

Piedmont Virginia Community College unveiled its first official mascot, a panther, on February 21 → Read More

Democratic Candidates for Charlottesville City Council Discuss Plans for the City

Democratic candidates for Charlottesville City Council, Heather Hill and Amy Laufer spoke outside of Mount Zion First African Baptist Church on November 3. → Read More