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Different may be good, but let's face it: Different can be scary. We like the familiar and dislike the unknown, and that continues to be a challenge for wine drinkers, myself included.
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The ABC 8 News StormTracker weather team is keeping a close eye on a storm that could bring wintry weather our way on Sunday, Dec. 8. Power outages could become an issue , along with hazardous road conditions .
Though finals are just around the corner, holiday spirit is beginning to roam the air around Grounds.
Lake Monticello's Jean-Jacques Bevilacqua loves to sing. Before moving to Virginia in the 1990s, he made his living in the Paris entertainment industry - singing, writing lyrics, playing guitar, touring as a stagehand with other groups and cleaning recording studios.
If you have some free time on your hands this holiday season, a number of nonprofits are looking for you.
Media outlets report that 50-year-old Michael G. Morris of Crozet entered his plea Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Charlottesville.
Virginia National Bank is being applauded for its community involvement. VNB sponsors more than 150 nonprofits in and around Charlottesville and Albemarle County.
At recent meetings with the area's Virginia General Assembly delegation, officials from both divisions cited reforming the Standards of Learning tests as a priority.
For its premier edition, the 2013 Brasil Summer Break Festival will take place first in SA o Paulo on December 7th, and then at Rio's Citibank Hall in Barra da Tijuca on Sunday the 8th.
Scientists say the alpha-gal allergy, a reaction to red meat that results from having been bitten by a tick, is on the rise.
Laura Mulligan Thomas, director of Charlottesville High School's acclaimed orchestra, has received the 2013 James Madison University Outstanding Music Educator Alumni Award.
Charlottesville, VA The Consortium for Risk-Based Firearm Policy presented its report called Guns, Public Health, and Mental Illness at the University of Virginia Monday.
This announcement may come as a surprise, but John Whitehead of the Rutherford Institute said this idea could be here before you know it.
Charlottesville and Albemarle County schools are working to change 25 years of student assessment.
Eighth-seeded Virginia knocked off No. 9 Marquette 3-1 in the third round of the NCAA Division 1 Men's Soccer Championship on Sunday in Charlottesville, Virginia.