Graduating students at the University of Virginia will give presentations on their work to the public for the first time since the mid-1800s.
A group of Alexandrians is hoping to honor a late music teacher by naming a new playground in her memory.
Polymer Solutions breaking ground for new headquarters, lab facility in Christiansburg
University: Freshman football player at St. Augustine's dies unexpectedly
Governor plans changes to Virginia Port Authority board, says he won't tolerate losses
Teens in Louisa County have been caught sharing more than 1,000 sexually explicit videos and pictures of girls, the youngest of which was 14 years old.
About 600 expected to attend annual Environment Virginia Symposium
Shenandoah Valley farmstead and caverns, resort hotel among newest Va. landmarks on register
McAuliffe announces new round of appointments to his administration
A Northampton County deputy nearly killed in a crash while on duty wants to personally thank the off-duty police officer from Virginia who saved his life.
About 30 volunteers from the Petersburg area and Fort Lee picked up trash along the Appomattox River as part of the national Project Clean Stream.
A vigil will be held this week in Albemarle County to honor transportation employees killed in roadway work zones.
The public's help is being sought in the case of a Fluvanna County man who disappeared three years ago.
William & Mary law students and the Williamsburg Bar Association are teaming up to help Virginians with non-violent felony convictions regain their voting rights.
Bid for rehearing rejected, attorneys consider options for former U.Va. player who killed ex
State police say six people inside a sport-utility vehicle suffered only minor injuries after it ran off the right side of Interstate 95 in Springfield and overturned in a ditch.
Some hear echoes of Virginia's old intermarriage ban in debate over gay marriage
Spill from cow manure lagoon prompts public safety warning for section of Va.'s Pigg River
A Fredericksburg man who has 72 criminal convictions dating back 30 years has been sentenced to serve four years in prison for his latest offense.
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