Michael Comer owed nearly $1 million in unpaid taxes and received two-and-a-half times that total in unreported income prior to his 2009 arrest
How about a little green to kick off St. Patrick’s Day? Education Realty Trust (ERT) purchased two buildings from Wade Apartments – Wertland Square and Jefferson Commons – for $23 million
Last year, Duane Snow voted alongside supervisors Ken Boyd, Lindsay Dorrier and Rodney Thomas to pass a 74.2 cent tax rate. This year, he changed his tune
Local civil rights group also sent a letter on behalf of a bus driver who was dismissed from his job for flying a Confederate flag
Months after Albemarle Circuit Court Judge Paul Peatross ruled that Cuccinelli’s investigation of Mann under the Fraud Against Taxpayers Act failed to make fraud allegations clear, news broke today that the state Supreme Court will hear an appeal by Cuccinelli
After recent votes by the Charlottesville City Council and Albemarle Board of Supervisors, the Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority (RWSA) authorized $28,500 in engineering fees and an extended design deadline for a new earthen dam, to replace the existing Lower Ragged Mountain structure
The Virginia Department of Health put the annual infant mortality rate at 7.2 for 2005 to 2009.
With a roughly $1.5 million gap remaining, the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors will meet Wednesday morning to discuss options for balancing the county school budget
This morning, Jay Tilden Gatliff, a resident of Woodstock with a pair of reckless driving convictions to his name, climbed behind the wheel of an ambulance and took off
Alexander Toomy, who is slated for a March 28 appearance in court, told local media that he planned to contest the charges
When it rains, it pours. Even inside UVA’s centerpiece, the Rotunda, which is currently struggling with a leaky roof
"Gallery exhibitions scheduled through August 2011 will continue as planned, and CitySpace will continue to be available for use by the public"
Albemarle retail tax revenues jumped 6.56 percent, while Charlottesville revenues dropped 2.1 percent, compared to 2009 figures
Attorney General asks appellate court to consider severability of individual mandate and merge all pending litigation in higher court
And, according to the Cavalier Daily, a fourth is no longer enrolled at the university
Are Virginia’s leaders less gifted than their predecessors? In a manner of speaking, yes
A special use permit for the hotel would bump the number of rooms from 31 to 40, and the number of daily car trips to 196 from 123
At 2:45am, law enforcement responded to gun shots near Run Street, which intersects 10th Street NW near Westhaven, the city’s largest and oldest public housing development
John Whitehead’s local civil rights firm will represent 14-year-old Andrew Mikel II, expelled from his high school for spitting plastic pellets at classmates
Fidel Palacios-Cruz and Rosalio Palacios-Cruz were arrested last year in Albemarle County when law enforcement caught the pair unloading a one-ton shipment of DVDs and CDs
Neither former winery owner Patricia Kluge nor her husband and partner, William Moses, attended this morning’s foreclosure auction for the luxury Vineyard Estates development
In July, C-VILLE reported that the Jefferson Park Avenue (JPA) Bridge was headed towards a 16-month, $10.5 million renovatio
You must have weather, whether you like it or not. School, however, doesn’t necessarily follow the same rules.
According to reports, representatives for the store told an Orange County Circuit Court that Walmart would no longer pursue a special use permit for the site
Dan and Gil Harrington, parents of the slain 20-year-old Virginia Tech student, will meet with reporters at the Copeley Road bridge and Anchorage Farm
"You know what we’ve been getting from Washington?"a familiar voice asks over images of the U.S. Capitol. "Overspending, finger-pointing, and government mandates."