The National Parks Service is celebrating its centennial. Shenandoah National Park has so much to offer and celebrate.
The city of Charlottesville is countersuing the Charlottesville Parking Center, alleging breach of contract over the operation of the Water Street Parking Garage.
Albemarle County Police and Sentara Martha Jefferson will host the annual drug take back Saturday.
Any unwanted prescription or over-the-counter medications can be dropped off from 10am to 2pm at Martha Jefferson’s Outpatient Care Center and the front entrance to the Albemarle County Police Department.
Medical sharps and syringes in puncture-proof containers may be dropped off at the Outpatient Center, but those items will not be accepted at the police department.
If you suffer during allergy season, new research shows cutting out fast food could help.
Allergy expert Dr. Leo Galland says some household items can cause allergic reaction as well.
“It starts with being aware of what you bring into your home: the chemicals that can provoke allergic reactions and the way that you eat. Eating fast food increases the rick of developing allergy, whereas fruits and vegetables are protective”, said Galland.
Dr. Galland said antibacterial soaps and wipes also can increase the risk of allergic disease.
The Virginia women's lacrosse team's stay at the ACC tournament at Lane Stadium was a short one.
Orange County High School senior Shannon Woods is basically counting down the days until she can start her college running career.
Weather continued to be a factor for much of Friday's prep sports slate, but several games remain on the schedule.
A day of rain in Central Virginia has led to some postponements on Thursday's local prep sports schedule.
A proposed U.N.
Mexican police have arrested 73 people after breaking up a protest by taxi drivers that blocked the main highway leading from Mexico City to Acapulco.
Venezuela's largest brewer says it has shut down beer production at the last of its four factories due to a shortage of imported supplies.
Water levels in the flood-hit Argentine town of Villa Paranacito have risen so much that the best way for residents to commute is by boat.