Another candidate has announced intentions to run for city council.
Supporters of Lena Seville gathered Saturday at Bon Café in Charlottesville where Seville announced her candidacy.
She says if elected, she would like to focus on making it easier for more people to participate in government decision making.
City council elections will be held November 3rd.
In Orange County Construction has begun on the Gordonsville Street-Scape Enhancement Project, a revamping of Main Street.
The project has been a collaboration of ideas from other towns and cities all around the Commonwealth.
The plan includes widening the sidewalk and using brick instead of concrete, and flatten out the road
Many locals are concerned over the traffic it will create on Route 15 and Route 33.
The project is funded from a federal enhancement grant that totals close to $3 million. 20% of which comes locally.
The third annual Artfest in the West took place Friday night to raise money for art programs in western Albemarle County Public Schools. K-13 students artists performed and had their art on display.
Local fathers and daughters had a chance to bond and make memories Saturday at the 11th Annual Father Daughter Dance in Orange County.
Saturday's Virginia Tech game will mark the last time Darion Atkins takes the floor in a Virginia basketball uniform at John Paul Jones Arena. And the senior forward admits, the time has come.
The CHS boys basketball team is 23-1 on the year and credit a lot of their success to their strong backcourt players.
Blue Ridge dominated the first half of the VISAA Division II State Championship game to beat Virginia Episcopal School 65-54 for the title.
'Hoos had four players in double figures including London Perrentas 11, after returning from a broken nose and mild concussion.
Kurdish rebels have rejected a call for them to lay down their arms, saying Turkey's government must first take steps to advance democracy and withdraw a controversial security bill being debated in Parliament.
The U.N. mission to Iraq said Sunday that violence claimed the lives of at least 1,100 Iraqis in February, including more than 600 civilians.
Syria's state news agency says the government and the U.N.
An Egyptian court has ruled as unconstitutional a clause in the election law that draws voting districts.