U.S. Rep. Jennifer McClellan wants her fellow Virginia Democrat Creigh Deeds to remain in the state Senate.
“If there’s a campaign putting something out on its Facebook page and it’s a flyer to an event and it’s got their logo on it, to me that’s a campaign event."
“Today’s students are obviously going to be instrumental in enabling our nation to achieve its net-zero emissions goal in future years,” John Coles, the division’s environmental program manager, said.
Kellen Squire says he wants to “set the record straight” after his challenger in the Democratic primary made much of online comments Squire made in 2017 identifying himself as “fervently and unashamedly pro-life.”
A movement to revolutionize the way Virginia — and ultimately the entire nation — elects its leaders has come to Charlottesville.
For several weeks this winter and spring, the yard of the long-gone Swan Tavern was an archaeological site where some of the oldest history in the state was was getting uncovered. However, gravel has been poured over this downtown dig, and on Wednesday, a $37 million Charlottesville-Albemarl…
One party insider who asked to remain anonymous was blunt. The race, they said, has become a “s--tshow.”
Hotly contested Democratic races in Petersburg and the Charlottesville area have drawn the most early votes so far in 2023, according to state election data compiled by the nonpartisan Virginia Public Access Project.
“We gather to take an action on what may be the most significant economic development activity ever for Albemarle County.”
The gloves are off in the race for the House of Delegates’ 55th District seat.
Should a century-old Coca-Cola sign be revived? The question was recently posed to Charlottesville’s Board of Architectural Review, and now others are voicing their opinions on the Downtown Mall debate.
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A fiscal conservative has entered this fall’s race for a seat on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors. Used car company operator T.J. Fadeley declared his candidacy on Wednesday at Free Bridge Auto Sales, his family business near the top of Pantops Mountain.
Two members of the Charlottesville School Board have announced that they will not be running for reelection, bringing the total number of open seats this election year to four out of seven.
The judge overseeing the case of Charlottesville’s former Robert E. Lee statue, the one that touched off a violent weekend nearly six years ago when white nationalists rallied for its preservation, has declined to let one of the two plaintiffs remain in the the case by changing its name.
Garrett announced nearly early five years ago that he would not seek re-election to Congress, in order to combat his alcoholism.
Two Democratic candidates for Virginia’s newly-formed 55th House of Delegates district told Nelson County voters May 9 how life experiences have shaped their politics.
While it might seem strange to call plastic grass a "growing" trend, installations of modern versions of AstroTurf appear to be sprouting in Charlottesville. However, after a lengthy debate earlier this week before the city’s Board of Architectural Review, some turf advocates wonder if the B…
The Charlottesville City Council appears on its way to overturning a ruling by its Board of Architectural Review and will instead let a developer demolish the aptly named Stone House near the University of Virginia. The effort stopped short of a vote at Monday’s council meeting, but a majori…
Five weeks before the Democratic Primary, Virginia’s first election since redistricting changed the political landscape last year, Charlottesville’s Voter Registration and Elections Office needs to hire at least 10 to 20 more election officers by May 31.
Two years after a first round of 16 businesses made carbon-reduction pledges, 10 more firms have pledged some steps to reduce climate emissions by the joining the Green Business Alliance.
Waynesboro City Council seems intent on severing the city’s lease on the Rockfish Gap Tourist Information Center on top of Afton Mountain.
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Hundreds of faith groups are using their property to build homes. For cash-poor congregations that face declining revenue and member participation and rising maintenance costs, developing housing can offer a financial benefit while also expanding their social mission.
Emily's List accuses 55th district candidate of 'flip-flop'; he says it was 'Democratic counter operations'
The PAC said a 2016 post by Squire shows he's "willing to flip-flop" on women's rights. He said the post was pro-abortion but "poor framing."
Vying for the Dem. nomination of a new State Senate district, they agreed on the need to curb Virginia's largest electric utility Dominion.
At stake are nominations for the District 11 State Senate seat, the District 54 House of Delegates seat and three seats on City Council.
Two weeks after the conclusion of the wiretap, the Department of Justice filed public notice that the FBI seized $10,000 from Jenkins’ campaign account.
Eyewitness News reporter Lucy Yang reports from Cooper Union where the Rent Guidelines Board is hosting a meeting over the proposed rent hikes.
Single people should be honored as much as couples and families, the Church of England said in a report this week, pointing to Jesus' own single status.
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has launched an investigation into claims that faculty at the University of Virginia retaliated against a disabled graduate student after he filed and won a housing discrimination case against UVa last year.