The recent winner of the Automotive X-Prize was charged with a Class One misdemeanor for "obstruction of justice"
Fifth District Congressman talks about his political heroes and why he doesn’t plan ahead.
According to the Post, $696,517 – 77 percent of independent campaign funds spent in Virginia’s Fifth District – benefitted the Republican party
Fifth District incumbent raised $810,000 in third quarter, compared to challenger’s $900,000, but reports $1.3 million on-hand
A monument to Crozet, the French engineer once dubbed the "best mathematician in the United States" by Thomas Jefferson, was completed last week
"We’re paying 80 percent of [RSWA operational costs] for 50 percent of the vote," said Albemarle Supervisor Ken Boyd. "I don’t think that’s right"
The 65-acre mixed-use project may not be picture perfect quite yet. But, come 2012, the project will offer nearly perfect pictures.
A representative from UVA’s Office of Public Affairs says on eve of tentative deadling that the school is not sure when the investigation will conclude
MJH President and CEO Jim Haden says two hospital systems "relate pretty darn well"
Virginia senator won’t participate in September 19 debate, and does not acknowledge independent candidate Jeffrey Clark in campaign spot
Also, Perriello visited former Charlottesville developer Oliver Kuttner in D.C. after Kuttner’s Edison2 team won the Automotive X competition
"We have to find a relationship with Morgan that transcends the inconvenient fact of her death. I am not sure how to do that yet"
UVA also made the cut for "Most Desirable Large Schools" (No. 7) and "Best Schools for Future Power Brokers" (No. 9). Always be closing, Wahoos
According to VDOT’s draft Bicycle Policy Plan, Charlottesville has the second highest percentage of bicycle commute trips among Virginia cities, at 2.1 percent
The Charlottesville Police Department’s CrimeView website shows a total of 29 incidents of assault reported within 1/4 mile of Forest Hills Park during the last six months
Governor says plan is opportunity to eliminate "an outdated government monopoly"
The independent candidate says he is "disappointed" that Robert Hurt’s campaign has not responded to financial leak question
The New York Times Arts Beat blog reported yesterday evening that VQR offices will remain closed until a UVA investigation is complete
Albemarle judge Paul Peatross writes in his opinion that the Attorney General’s suspicions are "simply not stated"
Of the 199 inmates at the Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women, more than 10 percent reported incidents of inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization
After 20 years at the post, and 37 total years with the county, Tucker’s last day will be December 31
A post on the JATP website apologizes for the sudden nature of the rally and shares the group’s most recent thoughts on Perriello
"My hope is that this review can be completed by the end of September so that we can address the issues and allegations that have been raised"
Law enforcement recovered a partial e-mail sent from Love to Huguely from her laptop