Members of the UVa chapter of the Phi Beta Sigma fraternity came out for the fourth annual year of Sleep Out for the Homeless.
They were there 10 p.m. Friday until 7am Saturday in Charlottesville outside the Banks of America.
They raised money to give to The Haven and Virginia Supportive Housing
Women’s United gave thousands of dollars away to two non-profits in Charlottesville at their annual Human Services Grant Award luncheon.
This year they gave two local non-profits 22 thousand 5 hundred dollars.
The CEO and President of the New American Foundation was this year's key note speaker.
"Oh the places you'll go," for nineteen families and twenty four children, Saturday marked a special day as they were placed in their new forever home.
Dozens of UVa students and members of the Charlottesville community gathered Saturday in front of the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity house in protest. Those who attended discussed ways to spark a change at UVa where an alleged rape culture was brought to light by a graphic article recently released in Rolling Stone magazine.
The way coach George Gelnovatch talks about it, losing to Notre Dame in the quarterfinals of the ACC tournament may proof to be the best thing to happen to the Virginia men's soccer team this season.
Justin Anderson scored 18 points, Malcolm Brogdon had 15, and No. 9 Virginia put the defensive clamps on George Washington in the second half Friday night on the way to a 59-42 victory.
Virginia beat Rutgers 3-0 in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament Friday.
League champion Powhatan put eight players on the 2014 All-Jefferson District first team, and Indians earned both offensive player of the year and coach of the year honors.
China appears to be flexing its considerable military muscle, building a massive island that could host an airstrip in an area of the South China Sea that has become a source of regional tension over disputed territorial claims.
Results for local elections in Poland show the governing Civic Platform party as the winner, a surprise outcome given that exit polls had predicted a defeat for the pro-European party.
A strong earthquake late Saturday struck a mountainous area of central Japan that hosted the 1998 winter Olympics, knocking down at least 10 homes in a ski resort town and injuring more than 20 people, officials said.
Italian authorities say a Russian tourist has been fined 20,000 euros ($25,000) for engraving a big letter 'K' on a wall of the Colosseum, the latest act of vandalism by tourists at the ancient structure.