- U.Va.'s Darden dean to return to faculty in 2015 Updated: Apr-15-14 2:34 am
- UVa approaches massive online courses with caution Updated: Apr-13-14 9:55 am
- QBs, offense struggle in Virginia's spring game Updated: Apr-12-14 5:38 pm
- Berlin Wall panels at U.Va. focus of installation Updated: Apr-11-14 3:04 am
- U.Va. revives Public Day presentation tradition Updated: Apr-07-14 7:53 am
- Va. to honor transportation workers killed on job Updated: Apr-06-14 2:53 pm
- Lisa Schaffner Named Gallimore Award recipient Updated: Apr-05-14 4:04 pm
- Lifetime Award Goes to WTAP's Baucher Updated: Apr-05-14 4:04 pm
- Baliles stepping down from U.Va's Miller Center Updated: Apr-04-14 3:17 am
- U.Va. to honor Jay Klingel for Founder's Day Updated: Mar-31-14 4:08 am
- Correction: Senator Assaulted story Updated: Mar-28-14 11:08 am
- Hearing reset in case of attack on lawmaker's wife Updated: Mar-28-14 6:10 am
- Wintergreen to stay open for skiing until April 5 Updated: Mar-26-14 3:10 am
- Charlottesville tosses application felony question Updated: Mar-25-14 8:29 am
- Route 29 advisory panel to meet in Charlottesville Updated: Mar-24-14 2:07 am
- U.Va. to hold memorial service for Richard Edlich Updated: Mar-24-14 2:04 am
- New U.Va. building to house all pediatric care Updated: Mar-23-14 1:07 pm
- Study: 180 gang members in Charlottesville area Updated: Mar-21-14 6:11 am
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - The dean of the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia is returning to the faculty in 2015.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - Massive open online courses, or MOOCs, could be the wave of the future for colleges and universities, but the University of Virginia is approaching the trend with caution.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - Greyson Lambert's time appears to have arrived as Virginia's quarterback.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - The wraps are coming off an unusual art installation at the University of Virginia.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - Graduating students at the University of Virginia will give presentations on their work to the public for the first time since the mid-1800s.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - A vigil will be held this week in Albemarle County to honor transportation employees killed in roadway work zones.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - Lisa Schaffner, former anchor of WRIC-TV in Richmond, was honored Saturday with the Robert Gallimore Distinguished Service Award for a broadcast career that spanned 25 years.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - Television reporter Todd Baucher of WTAP-TV was honored Saturday with the Lifetime Achievement Award by the West Virginia Associated Press Broadcasters.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - Former Virginia Gov. Gerald L. Baliles is stepping down as director and CEO of the University of Virginia's Miller Center of Public Affairs at the end of the year.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - The University of Virginia will honor retired director of operations and maintenance Jay Klingel as part of its Founder's Day activities.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - In a story March 26 about a report on an attack on a Virginia state senator by his son, The Associated Press reported erroneously the surname of the executive director of the Virginia Coalition for Open Government. Her name is Megan Rhyne, not Rhyme.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - A hearing for a Charlottesville woman charged with assaulting the wife of Virginia House Minority Leader David J. Toscano has been rescheduled.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - Wintergreen Resort's ski slopes are staying open a few weeks into spring.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - People seeking city jobs in Charlottesville no longer have to reveal on their applications whether they've been convicted of a felony.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - The state's Route 29 advisory panel is meeting in Charlottesville this week.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - The University of Virginia plans to hold a memorial service this week for Dr. Richard Edlich, who founded the school's Burn and Wound Healing Center.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - All of the University of Virginia Medical Center's pediatric departments will be housed in one building later this year.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - A two-year study concludes the Charlottesville area has more than 180 active gang members.