Scottsville Supervisor Lindsay Dorrier and his successor, 26-year-old Democrat Christopher Dumler, stood in the lobby of Vivace and sized each other up. Dorrier is Dumler’s senior by more than four decades. He is also the Board’s Rosetta Stone, a man whose tenure as supervisor totals 15 years, and includes the swing vote that paved the way for the long-contested Western Bypass. But there are similarities
Statewide data suggests that the majority may be from China, the country of origin for more than 20 percent of international students in Virginia
Sixteen acres of light-industrial land in northern Albemarle, assessed at roughly $1.8 million, is currently the subject of more than $6 million in contested liens shared among limited liability companies, individuals, and mortgage companies.
Robert Frost has a thing or two to say about divergent roads. So do Republican Ken Boyd and Democrat Cynthia Neff, the two candidates for Boyd’s seat on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors. On Tuesday, November 8, the roads most traveled may be those to the polls, where county voters will likely weight the […]
Forest Lodge LLC—a venture that includes developer and Virginia National Bank Vice Chairman Hunter Craig and Dave Matthews Band manager Coran Capshaw—have filed a civil case in Albemarle County Circuit Court to contest land preservation tax credits received after they sold Biscuit Run to the state.
Two roads diverge in Albemarle. Which will be the one less traveled by?
Huguely and his lawyers filed motions to prevent a televised trial and to use a questionnaire to determine whether jurors have been unjustly informed by media coverage
"Right now, the people of Charlottesville are still hurting over the razing of the once-thriving Vinegar Hill, where many African-American homes and businesses were located"
Two weeks after his 77th birthday, Bob O’Neil —UVA’s sixth president, former director of the Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection for Free Expression, and wise old bird—returned to Charlottesville for a gala in his honor.
Consider this a gentle prod or poke in the direction of the polls.
“The statute of limitations was up as of Monday,” Gil Harrington told C-VILLE in an interview. “We’re not clear on how to proceed from here, but we wanted to preserve the option"
Originally a dining hall dubbed “the Commons” by students, Garrett Hall was approved by the UVA Board of Visitors on June 11, 1906. The structure’s cost was pegged at $21,000, more than the cost of the President’s home on Carr’s Hill, which was conceived the same year by renowned architecture firm McKim, Mead and White. […]
According to 2008 census figures, 97 percent of the Thomas Jefferson Planing District’s 27,528 businesses qualify as micro or small enterprises. Microbusinesses make up more than 75 percent of that number
UVA will hire an estimated 200 new faculty for the largest of its 12 schools, a number that represents more than one-third of its 559 current faculty members
The Harringtons’ $3.5 million lawsuit keeps investigation options open, and could fund multiple memorial efforts
False statements made by City Council candidate could carry $2,500 fine and 10 years in jail
Laycock, author of Vampires Today, will speak to a small UVA audience next week as part of the school’s EngageUVA Flash Seminar series
May we reintroduce you to Will Bates, top-ranked ACC forward and leader of a ranked, win-streaking UVA team?
Neither Michael Gibson nor Philip Van Cleave take chances with a bluff. Gibson, chief of the UVA Police Department he joined in 1982, wrote to the University community last month after a student was robbed at gunpoint
"You unwisely brought my name into the matter in a way that was unfair and unprofessional," wrote Carole Thorpe, who asked Brown to explain the meaning behind his comment
Locally, Virginia Organizing – which had planned events to encourage divestment from banks including BoA, Wells Fargo and J.P. Morgan Chase – bumped its action up
The group called an assembly for this evening at 6:30pm at the nTelos Wireless Pavilion after a plan to rally in Lee Park on Saturday encountered an obstacle: the chocolate fest.
OccupyCville plans to assemble tonight by the Free Speech Wall on the Downtown Mall for a "general assembly" meeting
"At this juncture, it would appear that there is adequate inventory of existing designated land to meet residential needs to 2030"
I hope many of you will consider spending some time in D.C. when you get the chance," wrote Charlottesville City Council candidate Brandon Collins on his website