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Charlottesville tests voting machines ahead of Democratic Primary

Charlottesville’s voting machines were put to the test Monday to make sure they’re logging votes correctly. → Read More

Charlottesville hotels report staff shortages as travel increases

As more people get vaccinated and ready to travel, some hotels are reporting difficulties staffing their businesses. → Read More

Report details COVID-19′s impact on central Virginia tax revenue

A new report is showing just how much the coronavirus pandemic impacted tax revenue in central Virginia. → Read More

Orange County Board of Supervisors unanimously approves turning former VFW post into a craft brewery

It’s official – Gordonsville’s former Veterans of Foreign Wars post will soon be a new craft brewery. → Read More

UVA’s Memorial to Enslaved Laborers completed with moment of silence, ceremony

The Memorial to Enslaved Laborers at the University of Virginia is finally complete. → Read More

Rivanna Solid Waste Authority holding compost giveaway

Albemarle County is hosting a free compost giveaway this weekend to help make gardeners’ thumbs even greener. → Read More

Company aims to bring P.E. class to kids learning virtually

A new company is looking to help student’s get moving, even if they’re stuck learning virtually. → Read More

Police: Wichita mom tells daughter she’s been shot for April Fools’, gets arrested

Police arrested 58-year-old Arnthia Willis of Wichita on a charge of unlawful request for emergency service assistance. → Read More

Virginia Supreme Court sides with Charlottesville over Confederate statues

The Virginia Supreme Court is siding with Charlottesville in the legal battle over Confederate statues. → Read More

Augusta County store clerk injured in robbery, suspect arrested

A store clerk in Lyndhurst is recovering after being assaulted during a robbery over a single pack of cigarettes. → Read More

Former Gordonsville VFW Post, baseball field eyed for craft brewery location

The former Veterans of Foreign Wars Post in Gordonsville could look very different if a proposed change is approved. → Read More

Why most banks are waiting until March 17 to process stimulus checks

If you have not gotten your stimulus check yet, you are not alone. The differences between why some have already gotten the $1,400 payment and why some are still waiting comes down to your bank and delivery method. → Read More

Construction underway at new UVA Inn at Darden

Construction work is underway on the new UVA Inn at Darden on the University of Virginia’s north grounds. → Read More

General Assembly investing millions into expanding broadband access

The General Assembly is making significant investment in expanding broadband access in Virginia. → Read More

New bill seeks to clear path to clearing your record in Virginia

A new bill would make the road to clearing a criminal record easier in Virginia. → Read More

Vitamin C and zinc don’t help fight COVID, study says

The report concluded that the supplements did nothing to help people with COVID, even when taken in high doses. → Read More

Charlottesville hardware store says snow supplies are going fast

After three snowfalls in three weeks, snow supplies are becoming hard to come by. → Read More

Virginia House of Delegates votes to end death penalty

Virginia is now one step closer to abolishing the death penalty. After the Virginia Senate voted to end capitol punishment earlier this week, a version of the bill in the House of Delegates passed as well. → Read More

Push for social media regulations finds bipartisan support, experts urge caution

New laws regulating social media could soon be on the way with a push from both sides of the political aisle. → Read More

Legal Aid Justice Center adds new Deputy Director for Advocacy

The LAJC has named its former managing attorney Elaine Poon as its first-ever Deputy Director for Advocacy. → Read More