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Past articles by Hailey:

Albemarle Farmers Market to open Saturday with ‘no-touch’ rules

The Albemarle Farmers Market is set to open up shop Saturday, May 2 but things will be different this year. → Read More

Holistic Outreach for Veterans hosts free online workshop

Holistic Outreach for Veterans hosted a free online workshop Monday night. → Read More

Lakeside Apartments residents applaud health care workers and first responders from home

On Friday, one Albemarle County apartment complex found a unique way to show support for those on the front lines. → Read More

Staunton: Buy Local. Give Local. Remember Local.

Staunton tourism has rebranded in response to the devastation caused by COVID-19. → Read More

Orange County Office on Youth to offer childcare for families providing essential services

The Orange County Office on Youth is offering childcare for anyone deemed essential personnel. → Read More

VDH: 739 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Virginia, 17 deaths

The Virginia Department of Health reports that there are 739 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the commonwealth. → Read More

Albemarle County man arrested following social media threat against Charlottesville High School

The Charlottesville Police Department is announcing the arrest of a suspect in connection to a social media threat against Charlottesville High School. → Read More

Argument over dog poop leads to shooting in Colo.

The suspect who fired ran away, which prompted the sheriff's office to put out a reverse 911 call to nearby households and ask people to shelter in place as they searched the neighborhood. → Read More

American Lung Association “State of Tobacco Control” report urges Virginia to prioritize public health

A new report from the American Lung Association slams Virginia lawmakers for not doing enough to stop people from smoking. → Read More

NHTSA Data Shows More Virginians are Buckling-Up While Behind the Wheel

More Virginians are buckling up while behind the wheel, according to a new survey. → Read More

Governor Northam Announces The Hershey Company to Invest $104 Million in Augusta County

Major expansion by The Hershey Company to create 65 new jobs. → Read More

Smith Aquatic & Fitness Center Recreation Pool Reopening

The Recreation Pool at the Smith Aquatic and Fitness Center will reopen for public use at 11:15 a.m. on Saturday, May 4, 2019. → Read More

Charlottesville Detectives Searching for Missing Juvenile, Last Seen on Emmet St.

Charlottesville police are asking for your assistance locating 13-Year-Old Tahsya Shaneen Flournoy, who was last seen walking northbound on Emmet Street. → Read More

Hoos for Huntington's Raises Over $2,000 for Huntington Disease Society of America

A University of Virginia student is raising money to help fund research for a disease that affects around 30,000 Americans a year. → Read More

Parking Restrictions and Road Closures Related to Final Four Basketball Game Saturday

As part of the public safety plan for the Final Four basketball game, the City of Charlottesville will be limiting some parking and closing two streets in the area of The Corner at UVA on Saturday. → Read More

Officers Investigate Fatal Crash on Emmet Street

On March 10, 2019, at approximately 1746 hours, CPD officers responded to the report of a crash involving a vehicle and motorcycle at the intersection of Emmet Street and the westbound 250 Bypass. → Read More

Charlottesville Twelve Member, Regina Dixon, Laid to Rest

Regina Dixon, who helped bring about change to Charlottesville’s history, was laid to rest Sunday. → Read More

Charlottesville's Signs of Change Art Exhibit Hosts Closing Event

A Charlottesville art exhibit showcasing under represented stories in African-American history is coming to a close. → Read More

20th Annual American Democracy Conference Held at the University of Virginia

The Center for Politics hosted the second portion of its twentieth annual American Democracy Conference on grounds at the University of Virginia on January 24, 2019. → Read More

Albemarle High School Offering Peer Tutor Program

Albemarle High School is currently offering a new program within Ms. Hannah Baran’s Peer Tutoring Center. → Read More