When the full story of the coronavirus pandemic is written down in the history books, the surge in home gardening will surely merit a prominent mention.

Charles Carter has worked as an athletic trainer for a variety of organizations during his career of more than 30 years, from East Tennessee State University to the New York Mets. For the last 19 years, he’s been the trainer for the Louisa County High School Lions.

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The SHIELD initiative that the Louisa County Sheriff’s Office will unveil this month is intended to try to shift how the public views its relationship to law enforcement. While deputies and detectives will continue to investigate crime, they want community members to take a more active role …

The CV’s Christmas Tree Contest winner is Lou Clinton, whose tree received the most votes during our online contest that ended at noon on Dec. 21. Lou receives a gift certificate to Joe Joe's in the town of Mineral. Congratulations, Lou!

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The coronavirus pandemic has changed nearly every part of people’s lives since March. During this holiday season, it’s disrupting family traditions in a time of year that feels sacred to many.

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Ebenezer Scrooge, the main character in Charles Dickens’ iconic holiday ghost story, “A Christmas Carol,” has been depicted numerous times over the years on both stage and screen. Easily one of the holiday’s best anti-heroes, these are our favorite portrayals of the Christmas curmudgeon.

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No matter your faith, the holidays are always a time of joy and community. From the familiar smell of baked goods in the oven, to the subtle, soul-soothing twinkle of lights and candles and the glimmer of decorations throughout the house, there is no denying the magic and comfort of the holi…

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As the popular saying goes, “behind every great man is a great woman;” and that is just as true of Santa Claus, as it is any other man. She’s gone by many names over the years but these are some of our favorite Mrs. Clauses.

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The holidays offer movie fans a treasure trove of options, old and new. Some are funny, some are heartwarming, some are inspirational and a precious few are all of those things combined. One such modern classic is celebrating a milestone this year, and viewers won’t want to miss it.

The board of supervisors is the policy-making body of the county. The five-member board has one representative for each of the county’s five magisterial districts:  Columbia, Cunningham, Fork Union, Palmyra and Rivanna.  

Welcome to Fluvanna! Fluvanna County is a rural community in the heart of Virginia, full of rolling farmland and mountain views, three scenic rivers (Rivanna, James, and Hardware) and lots of friendly people. We are an agriculture-based community with a rich history and an eye towards balanc…

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For young men of draft age, 1964 marked a change in where they would be deployed. Military service for the previous decade had meant not being sent into war, but with the assassination of President Kennedy, the Johnson administration was about to take a much different approach.