Charlottesville Police Request Public Help in Firearm Robbery CaseNik HatziefstathiouNewsBreak Contributor
Stanley Volunteer Fire Department releases call stats for August 2023Tracy LeicherNewsBreak Contributor
Virginia unsolved mystery: Barhamsville teen went to UVA game and later found in his burning truckCheryl E PrestonNewsBreak Contributor
Charlottesville residents weigh in on whether Joe Biden needs to make a visit to the Virginia cityCheryl E PrestonNewsBreak Contributor
This City was Ranked the Happiest in VirginiaAsh JurbergNewsBreak Contributor
Albemarle County: Barboursville man charged with shooting inside vehicle
A shot fired inside a vehicle on Gordonsville Road Wednesday night has led to the arrest of a Barboursville man. Anthony Wayne Martin, 45 of Barboursville, faces three felony charges in the incident, which was reported around 9 p.m. Wednesday, according to Albemarle County Police. The only detail from a...
Charlottesville police seek public’s help identifying suspect in firearm robbery
The Charlottesville Police Department is seeking assistance in locating a suspect in relation to a stolen firearm. A male, who has not been identified, broke into a vehicle in a parking garage near ACAC Downtown. The man stole a firearm from the vehicle and other documents belonging to the victim.
Weekly Safety Report: Death in Burned Car and Robbery reported in Charlottesville, Virginia
Two incidents occurred in Charlottesville, Virginia this week. In the first incident, a 19-year-old man was found dead in a burned car on the University of Virginia campus. The second incident involved a reported robbery on Massie Road, where a suspect assaulted a victim and fled with their money.
Orange County sees red over plans for major development
Last spring, the Board of Supervisors approved the largest re-zoning in Orange County history – making it possible for developers to build more than 5,000 homes, businesses and industries on 2,500 acres. There was considerable opposition from the public, worries about traffic, damage to nature and history. Don McCown keeps tabs on development for the Piedmont Environmental Council.
Cities In Virginia 2023: Exposing Old Dominion’s Unsafe Cities
Want to have an escapade in the state of Virginia in the last month of the year? Check out this list of unsafe cities in Virginia so you can cross them off your to-visit list!. SOURCE– Portsmouth is first on the list of unsafe cities in Virginia. Portsmouth ranks first on both violent and property crimes in the state of Virginia in 2023, with 875 violent crimes per 100k residents and 4,881 property crimes per 100k residents. The overall crime rate is also three times higher than the state average, making Portsmouth one of the most unsafe cities in Virginia.
Madison parade kicks off busy weekend in region
A rainy afternoon did little to dampen the holiday spirit Friday evening in downtown Madison. The annual tree lighting and Christmas parade served as a kick off for an action-packed weekend for area businesses. Despite the cool temperature and light rain, a large crowd gathered along Main Street Madison to watch dozens of floats created by local businesses and organizations, local performers and grab some candy. The popular event provides a lead-in for multiple holiday activities throughout the county. SLIDESHOW: Madison Christmas Parade and Beth Car Living Nativity. MadRapp/GreeneJournal photos by Becca Pizmoht. MadRapp/GreeneJournal VIDEO: MCHS Marching Band. Video by Becca Pizmoht. Beth Car Baptist Church on Mud Road opened their live Nativity...
Something unusual is happening in Fifeville
Did someone forward you this email? Maybe you’ve found it on the web? Here’s where you can subscribe for free!. At 501 Cherry Avenue in Fifeville, on the site of the old Estes IGA Foodliner, something unusual is happening. Unusual not only for Charlottesville, but for development projects...
Charlottesville's Trio of Chinese Delights: 3 Restaurants You Can't Miss
This article presents a tour of three notable Chinese restaurants in Charlottesville. Have you had the opportunity to dine at any of these establishments? If yes, we would love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below.
Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office Searching for Runaway Juvenile
The Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a runaway juvenile. 13-year-old Natalie Nicole Hayes was last seen leaving 487 Crowder Rd. in Madison on Tuesday at 2:10 pm wearing Gray sweatpants, and a Black hoodie with Pink writing on it. Hayes is 5’1 tall and weighs 130 lbs....
Charlottesville's Grand Illumination Celebration Begins on Downtown Mall
Experience the holiday cheer at Charlottesville's Grand Illumination on the Downtown Mall. Anticipate the lighting of the tree named Spruce Willis, enjoy live music, vendors, and activities. Don't forget to bundle up and grab some hot chocolate! NBC29 brings you the highlights throughout the night.
Greene Water and Sewer lifts boil water advisory
GREENE COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- A boil water advisory in parts of Ruckersville has been lifted. The Greene County Department of Water and Sewer announced the lifting of the advisory on Thursday afternoon. It was originally issued early Monday morning following a water main break that caused service interruptions...
VA gordonsville's Most Loveable Dogs Eagerly Awaits Forever Homes Today!
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near gordonsville.
Local Madison Man Arrested for Drunk Driving and Evading Arrest on Cool Springs Road
A 38-year-old man from Madison was arrested for drunk driving and attempting to evade arrest on the evening of November 26th. Deputy A.M. Pitts responded to a report of a vehicle swerving near Kings Highway and Ferry Road.
‘Last call’ for Selvedge Brewing at Wool Factory
ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (WVIR) - Selvedge Brewing is closing its doors at the Wool Factory in Albemarle County. The brewery announced back in April that it was moving out of this location. It celebrated the move with a “last call” from noon to 10 p.m. Friday, December 1.
Reid's shelves starting to fill up again
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- Community staple Reid's Super Save Market is slowly building back its inventory. Just over a month ago, Reid's had to cancel shipments due to the high costs of business. They've kept meat and produce stocked and asked for community support as they struggled. They have...
Annual Toy Lift Collects Donations for Local Children at Fashion Square Mall
Join the 30th Annual Toy Lift at the Fashion Square Mall, where community members are generously donating toys, books, bikes, and more for local children. Witness the heartwarming efforts of volunteers and even the local police, all aimed at bringing holiday joy to underprivileged kids.
Identifying Signs of Health Decline in Older Relatives During Holiday Gatherings
During holiday gatherings, it's crucial to look out for signs of declining health in older relatives. This video from UVA Health provides tips on identifying potential health concerns, from physical difficulties to changes in daily routines, and how to initiate meaningful conversations about these observations.
Elderly Resident Charged with Second-Degree Murder after Fatal Assault at Virginia Care Facility
A solemn cloud hovers over the Charlottesville Health and Rehab in Albemarle County, Virginia, after an elderly resident, William Sommer, 89, became the victim of a fatal assault. The late October incident culminated in Mr. Sommer's death on November 21 at UVA Hospital, following serious injuries sustained during the attack. The Albemarle County Police Department's investigation led to the arrest of Raymond Boudewin Dewilde, an 83-year-old fellow resident, who has been charged with second-degree murder in connection to the assault and is currently held without bond at the Albemarle Charlottesville Regional Jail.
Rain Fails To Dampen the Spirits of Another Joy-Filled Lighting of the Lawn
Jonathan Scanlon, with a set of Christmas lights dangling from his neck, swooped into the refreshments section and grabbed a couple of cookies and a cup of hot chocolate before moving on to his next task. The clock was ticking toward 7 p.m. and the start of the 22nd annual...
Charlottesville Morning News: Vehicle Break-In, School Safety Concerns, TSA Hiring, and Health Updates
Catch up on the latest news with NBC29 Morning Rush! Discover the latest on a local theft, issues at Charlottesville High School, TSA hiring at Al Marl airport, and the upcoming Grand illumination event. Plus, get updates on flu and COVID-19 trends.