UVA Medical Center has sued more than 30,000 people over unpaid bills since 2010. One woman is pushing back.
A Charlottesville man died early Sunday morning after he was shot in front of a Prospect Avenue home in what police say is a homicide—the city’s third since May. Otis Edward Scott, 27, was shot in the 700 block of Prospect Avenue at 2:16am, police said. By the time officers arrived to the
Each week, the news team takes a look at upcoming meetings and events in Charlottesville and Albemarle we think you should know about. Consider it a look into our datebook, and be sure to share newsworthy happenings in the comments section. The Albemarle County Architectural Review Board meets
PVCC Culinary Arts Students Bake Up New Skills, Delicious Desserts this Summer Wander around the Jefferson School City Center halls mid-afternoon this summer, and your nose will be in for a delicious treat. Now through July 12, the students in Piedmont Virginia Community College (PVCC)’s
Just how much radio can Charlottesville support? Our little city already has a relatively large number of stations for its size: a total of 15 at last count.
In the span of three months, a trio of pipeline proposals through Virginia has turned the Commonwealth into a key player in the country’s rapidly expanding natural gas industry. The projects, two of which follow preliminary paths that come close to Albemarle County, aren’t exactly unexpected.
A man wanted in connection with the May homicide on Hardy Drive turned himself in on Monday, June 30, according to Charlottesville Police Lieutenant Ronnie Roberts. Avery F. Gray, 39, has been charged with first-degree murder in the May 17 death of 36-year-old Charlottesville resident Oscar
Each week, the news team takes a look at upcoming meetings and events in Charlottesville and Albemarle we think you should know about. Consider it a look into our datebook, and be sure to share newsworthy happenings in the comments section. The Charlottesville City Council and Albemarle County
Summer Camp in Full Swing at Carver Recreation Center This summer the Jefferson School City Center’s Carver Rec is hosting a pre-teen camp for youth in grades 4th through 6th grade. The camp lasts from June 16 through July 25 and registration is open and ongoing until the camp reaches capacity.
The completely unexpected primary loss of congressional ambition machine Eric Cantor has created a deliciously unexpected situation: an actual competitive race in the ex-House Majority Leader’s Richmond-based 7th district. Now don’t get us wrong; the chances of a Democrat winning Cantor’s old
After a decade of assessments by its volunteers, local watershed monitoring group StreamWatch has reported that 70 percent of streams that drain to the Rivanna River are failing state water quality standards. It’s far from an ideal finding, but as the citizen science organization points out,
“We have a budget—that’s the good news,” Del. David Toscano said Monday afternoon. The House minority leader and Charlottesville rep was on his cell, en route to Richmond for an evening legislative session to vote on Governor Terry McAuliffe’s budget vetoes. The good news, at least for any
With their backs against the wall in an elimination game, the UVA baseball team showed resiliency as they bounced back from a 9-8 loss Monday night to even up the College World Series championship by securing a 7-2 victory Tuesday in Omaha. After sophomore ace Nathan Kirby uncharacteristically
From the arts to finance to farming, these young guns of Charlottesville and Albemarle are the ones to watch.
The Western Bypass is down for its dirt nap, and all eyes are on the implementation of a $230 million package of alternatives aimed at easing congestion on Route 29 through Albemarle County. In a unanimous vote in Richmond last Wednesday, the Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) allocated
Neither natural elements nor any team in its path has so far been able to stop the UVA baseball team, as it defeated Ole Miss (48-21) 4-1 Saturday—the second win over the Rebels in a week—to earn its first ever bid to the championship of the College World Series in Omaha. The win pushes the
Each week, the news team takes a look at upcoming meetings and events in Charlottesville and Albemarle we think you should know about. Consider it a look into our datebook, and be sure to share newsworthy happenings in the comments section. The Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority Board of
In dramatic fashion for the second time in three nights, UVA baseball pulled out a down-to-the-wire win in the opening round of the College World Series on Tuesday, this time in 15 innings to take down fellow top-seed Texas Christian University 3-2. The win puts the Cavaliers one victory away
The Women’s Initiative’s Eboni Bugg Shares What Inspires, Sustains Her If you stop by The Women’s Initiative office at Jefferson School City Center, don’t be surprised if you don’t find Eboni Bugg there. Her role as Therapist and Outreach Coordinator has her in the office as much as out. “As a
It’s been almost four years since Martha Jefferson Hospital sold its Locust Avenue property to developer Octagon Partners and moved to a new Pantops campus. Now, in a milestone for redevelopment in Charlottesville, the commercial overhaul of the site is coming to a halt. The main hospital