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More than 550 Nelson County property and business owners rallied together at Wintergreen Resort Monday morning for a meeting on the potential impacts of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline on area jobs, tourism, and the environment. Many area business owners fear countless jobs would be lost as tourists are driven away.
Some families took to the links Monday for a nice round of golf during the third annual Memorial Junior Golf Festival at the Old Trail Golf Club in Crozet.
The aunt of murdered Nelson County teen Alexis Murphy announced she is running for the Nelson County Board of Supervisors for the South District Seat.
Trina Murphy made the announcement Friday on her Facebook page.
Murphy is the aunt of Alexis Murphy, who went missing in August 2013.
Randy Taylor was convicted of her murder in May 2014.
Alexis Murphy's body has not been found.
(Metro) An edible plant commonly referred to as the "thunder god vine" may be just what scientists seeking a cure for obesity have been looking for.
A new study published in the journal "Cell" says the traditional Chinese medicinal plant has the ability to dramatically reduce one's desire for food.
It appears to work by making the body think it's full, even if you haven't eaten a single thing.
In a laboratory study involving mice, researchers say it took just three weeks for those mice to lose close to half of their body weight.
Despite the plant's apparent promise, researchers caution more studies still need to be conducted to determine how safe the "thunder god vine" really is for humans.
The Virginia baseball team will fly cross-country for its first NCAA regional road trip in six years.
Quane Washington could have been a preferred walk-on with the Virginia Tech football program. But the senior at the Covenant School turned down the Hokies' offer, instead choosing to play at Coastal Carolina.
Virginia men's tennis players Ryan Shane and Thai-Son Kwiatkowski are the first duo in UVa history to advance to the NCAA Singles Championship in the same year.
Postseason play got underway for several local high school teams Friday night. Click for conference tournament scores.
Human Rights Watch says civilians, including foreign nationals, are trapped in several neighborhoods in Libya's embattled eastern city of Benghazi and is urging fighters there to let them depart without conditions.
Malaysia says the teenage leader of Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests has been blacklisted and refused entry into the country.
Greece is considering a 15 percent levy on undeclared foreign deposits, and double that rate on undeclared deposits in domestic banks, as an enticement for tax-dodgers to legalize assets.
A British prosecutor says a former Citibank and UBS trader motivated by greed served as the ringmaster of the alleged manipulation of a key interest rate, the London Interbank Lending Rate, or Libor.