‘Funniest stand-up alive:’ Brian Regan brings comedy to The Paramount Theater
Comedian Brian Regan will perform at The Paramount Theater on Jan. 15 at 7 p.m.
Virginia taxpayers may check $250 rebate eligibility online beginning today
Approximately 3.2 million eligible taxpayers will receive one-time tax rebates of up to $250 if they filed individually, and up to $500 if they filed jointly.
Charlottesville: Two men in stable condition after shooting on Anderson Street
Charlottesville Police responded to a shots fired report at the 900 block of Anderson Street on Wednesday at 2:40 p.m.
Game Preview: Virginia Tech set to face North Carolina in ACC road opener
The Virginia Tech football team (2-2, 1-0 ACC) will look to bounce back from the loss to West Virginia when they travel to Chapel Hill to take on North Carolina on Saturday.
Ward C candidate Kenny Lee: ‘There should be people that look like me on City Council’
You can’t call Kenny Lee an outsider. Lee, running for the Ward C seat on Waynesboro City Council, was born and raised on Shiloh Avenue in the Port Republic Historic District.
Talkin’ turkey: Is there going to be a shortage of turkeys at Thanksgiving this year?
Consumers should plan ahead for purchasing their Thanksgiving turkey, but if you want a turkey for your feast, you will be able to find one, according to the Virginia Poultry Federation.
Washington Commanders have a lot to fix with Dallas Cowboys on the horizon
Washington continues to look for answers following last Sunday’s embarrassing 24-8 loss against Philadelphia, but don’t expect head coach Ron Rivera to be pointing any fingers.
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UVA Board of Visitors votes to approve one-time tuition credit for in-state undergrads
The University of Virginia Board of Visitors, under pressure from Gov. Glenn Youngkin, today approved a one-time $690 credit to in-state undergraduate students for the 2022-2023 academic year.
Donald Trump threatens ‘problems’ if he’s indicted: ‘Violent protest,’ or putsch?
The next Jan. 6, which Donald Trump foretold is coming this week in a radio interview with conservative media sycophant Hugh Hewitt, will benefit from the muted federal government response to America’s first attempted coup.