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Ohio man guilty in beating of black man in Charlottesville

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP/WKRC) - A third man has been found guilty in the beating of a black man who was left severely injured the day of a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

ABC22NOW.COM - 2018-05-22 20:55:40

Woman to be sentenced in 2017 Craigsville killing

In December, Tina Matheny, 49, of Lexington, initially charged with first-degree murder, was facing a jury trial in the killing of 36-year-old Peggy A. Woods of Augusta Springs.

STAUNTON NEWS LEADER - 2018-05-23 16:45:00

Purple Cow opens city spot in Waynesboro

Kincaid has had the spot next to Gio's Treasure on Main Street for a year now. She's paying minimal rent, she said, and she and other friends and family members fixed it up themselves.

STAUNTON NEWS LEADER - 2018-05-24 15:26:00

Downed tree, power lines, close U.S. 250 near Glenmore

A fallen tree in Albemarle County pulled down power lines, shuttering both directions of U.S. 250 closed at Glenmore Way. Police are directing traffic through Glenmore the subdivision to turn them around.The tree fell around 3:20 p.m. Wednesday.Virginia Department of Transportation officials say Dom

DAILY PROGRESS - 2018-05-23 19:29:00

Deputies: Runaway teen may be in the Waynesboro area

Tumajah Lakeithia Howard, 16, was last seen in Verona on Friday, April 13, at about 5:30 p.m.

WHSV - 2018-05-23 12:08:00

Water, sewer rate increases proposed in Charlottesville, Albemarle

ALBEMARLE COUNTY SERVICE AUTHORITYCurrent ProposedWater (single-family residential)Level 1 (0-3,000 gallons per month) $4.11 $4.27Level 2 (3,001-6,000 gallons per month) $8.22 $8.55Level 3 (6,001-9,000 gallons per month) $12.33 $12.82Level 4 (9,001-plus gallons pe

DAILY PROGRESS - 2018-05-23 21:32:00

Hear Jesse Dayton Indict the Alt-Right in New Protest Song 'Charlottesville'

With the breakneck pace of the modern news cycle, last summer's tragic Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, already feels like a lifetime ago. But it's one event that Jesse Dayton won't forget any time soon – and on his fiery new protest song "Charlottesville," the Austin singer-guita

ROLLING STONE - 2018-05-24 13:20:05

Louisa County 2-year-old accidentally shot

A 2-year old Louisa County child was shot this morning, reportedly by a young sibling, and is being treated at the University of Virginia Medical Center, according to Louisa County Sheriff’s Department officials.


Mason man found guilty in beating of black man in Charlottesville

News outlets report that 19-year-old Daniel Borden, of Mason, entered an Alford plea Monday to a charge of malicious wounding in the attack on DeAndre Harris.


Will Richard Spencer Represent Himself At Charlottesville Trial?

Spencer had attempted to crowdfund $25,000 for a lawyer but had only reached $19,000 ahead of his scheduled court appearance on Thursday, the Southern Poverty Law CenterreportedWednesday.

FORWARD - 2018-05-23 19:00:00

Richmond man enters plea deal in crash that killed Albemarle teacher

On Nov. 22, 2016, a black Chevrolet Camaro was traveling south at a high rate of speed when it slammed into a Mazda 3 that was making a left turn at the intersection of Fifth Street Extended and Harris Road. The driver of the Mazda, 43-year-old Eric Betthauser, who taught music at both Western Albem


White supremacist convicted in beating of black man in Charlottesville

An Ohio man has been convicted for his role in a violent beating of a black man inside a parking garage in Charlottesville, Va., last summer during a white supremacist rally.


3rd man guilty in beating of black man in Charlottesville

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — A third man has been found guilty in the beating of a black man who was left severely injured the day of a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.


Ohio teen convicted in Charlottesville for beating black man

An Ohio teen has been convicted for viciously beating a black man during the unrest in Charlottesville, Va., last summer. Daniel Borden, 19, entered a plea in connection with the violent Aug. 12, 2017, attack on DeAndre Harris at a Charlottesville parking garage. Borden, who was set to go to trial n


Target warehouse employee charged with embezzlement

The sheriff's office was notified late Monday afternoon that Paredes, formerly of Staunton, had allegedly stolen three iPhones and an Apple Watch during a four-month period while working at the distribution center in Stuarts Draft. He was also accused of taking an iPhone case.


Waynesboro Housing Authority to get nearly $400,000 in HUD money

WAYNESBORO — The awarding of more than $390,000 in HUD capital money to the Waynesboro Redevelopment and Housing Authority Tuesday can be used for upgrades to existing housing stock, according to the housing authority's executive director.

DAILY PROGRESS - 2018-05-22 23:00:00

New city police chief tells “Morning News with Rick & Jane” she can help Charlottesville | NewsRadio WINA

She said she self-identifies as mixed race who grew up in a poor neighborhood in Pittsburgh, and is fully-aware — and has experienced — issues in underserved communities. As part of her 30-plus years with Pittsburgh Police, she said she was able to put together successful initiatives to elevate pers


Charlottesville City Council OKs $100,000 for Downtown Mall risk and threat assessment

Several days after last summer’s car attack, which was characterized by community members and people around the world as an act of terrorism, City Manager Maurice Jones said he and other officials previously had considered the possibility of such an incident.

DAILY PROGRESS - 2018-05-23 00:14:00

University of Virginia Black Law Grads Show You The Real Charlottesville

TheNeo-Nazi Charlottesville rally in August,which killed 32-year-oldHeather Heyer, injured multiple people and proved for the millionth time that Trump is a stone-cold racist, framed the Virginia town as a place of toxic hate. However, Charlottesville is also home to University of Virginia Black law


Decision to establish Charlottesville land bank corporation pushed back

“As we have stated previously, once this land bank entity is created, the city and the general public will not have significant oversight of its actions and resolutions,” a May 16 letter from the Housing Coalition to the City Council says.

DAILY PROGRESS - 2018-05-23 02:03:00