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The Daily Progress - Morning



Fate of Charlottesville statues still awaits court decisions

As Richmond removed several Confederate monuments this week, Charlottesville officials say they are prevented from doing the same until the Supreme Court of Virginia determines whether it will hear an appeal of a 2017 lawsuit.


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With high schools across our region unable to conduct graduation ceremonies this year because of COVID-19, The Daily Progress is providing … Read more


Firefighter apologizes to Richardson; promotion approved

Charlottesville City Manager Tarron Richardson on Tuesday approved Greg Wright’s promotion to a captain, effective retroactively to the original date of promotion of May 30. Read more


Fireworks viewing will not be possible from PVCC

PVCC is closing its grounds to help ensure social distancing due to COVID-19. Read more


Dave Matthews Band fund joins forces for fall grants to nonprofits

Dave Mathews Band charitable arm to help nonprofits recover from COVID-19 pandemic. Read more


WATCH NOW: Three more pieces of Confederate iconography come down in Richmond on Thursday

In the city's latest move to rid itself of widespread Confederate iconography, crews hauled away a bronze statue of naval commander Matthew Fontaine Maury and two cannons on Monument Avenue on Thursday morning.  Read more


Head of drug trafficking operation in Nelson County pleads guilty, faces minimum 14 years

A Roanoke man at the head of a drug trafficking operation in Nelson County that involved 11 other individuals pleading guilty, pleaded guilty Tuesday in Nelson Circuit Court. Read more

Area closings for the July 4 holiday

Area closings Read more

Greene County Transit now under Jaunt

All Greene County Transit responsibilities and obligations for operating have been transferred to Jaunt Inc.  Read more