Local delegate talks about bills that would limit the Attorney General’s civil investigative demand power
"I also expressed hope that you are working locally to resolve differences concerning the water supply permit," writes DEQ Director David Paylor
If some locals are prematurely concerned about the project’s post-SRO days, then others may be concerned about the project’s clients and their proximity to the Mall
Events will feature local civil rights figures, Amiri Baraka, Freedom Riders screening with Julian Bond and Larry Sabato
The only Albemarle County teacher to entrust world peace to eight-year-olds will help conclude the annual TED conference with Roger Ebert and Kathryn Schulz
As the number of criminal charges against former UVA student George Huguely increased last week, so did the tension surrounding a Monday pre-trial hearing in Charlottesville General District Court
Prosecution filed five additional charges against the former UVA student, who will appear via video in Charlottesville General District Court on Monday
Based on case load projections, the Albemarle County General District Court needs to add another 25,000 square feet to its 18,000-square-foot facility at Court Square
Charlottesville police say Courtney Chambers, who died yesterday afternoon in a parking lot near Preston Avenue, appears to have experienced a "medical issue"
If beef is what’s for dinner, then Canada goose may be the invasivore’s alternative. Jackson Landers talks appetites and ecosystems with the New York Times
Foundation for Individual Rights in Education wrote to UVA Dean of Students Allen Groves to inform him of a few policies that raised questions about students’ First Amendment rights
Charlottesville resident Aaron Tobey was charged with disorderly conduct after he removed his shirt and pants at the Richmond International Airport
A second book by Five Ponds Press, Our America: To 1865, was published and approved for Virginia classrooms with a few inaccuracies
While he lost the Fifth District Congressional race to Republican Robert Hurt, the ousted Democrat still managed to notch a few wins last week
We’re gonna need a bigger court! A review of the Levy building found the structure lacked sufficient space for both city and county general district courts
Danville City Council will vote on a recommendation to include contested bypass options in the Commonwealth Transportation Board’s Route 29 Corridor study
Five more Meadows Estates lots are slated for a January 11 auction. The lots total more than 120 acres, and are assessed at roughly $7 million
The award follows a year that tested both the physical virtuosity and emotional solidarity of the UVA lacrosse program
Retirement, said Hemingway, is "the ugliest word in the language"
Judge Robert Downer dealt a blow to defense attorneys for George Huguely, the 23-year-old former UVA student charged with Yeardley Love’s murder
The UVA Vice President of Research bid farewell to his California dreaming late last week
Mayor Dave Norris announced what he called a "major breakthrough in the water debate" – and he’s not talking about a crisis at the Ragged Mountain Dam spillway
A bottle of Adderall found during a police search of Yeardley Love’s apartment has captured the attention of defense attorneys for 23-year-old George Huguely
A hearing is scheduled for tomorrow morning in Charlottesville General District Court; prosecutor calls defense’s request "grossly overbroad"
"There are very specific criteria for a capital murder charge and those criteria are not present in this case," wrote Lt. Gary Pleasants
Hudson wrote that the Minimum Essential Coverage Provision would "compel an individual to involuntarily enter the stream of commerce"