Per capita use at the university is down from peak usage in 1999, according to Charlottesville Tomorrow
Members of fire and rescue squads felt altering the structure of services in the county would not necessarily improve response times, and might discourage volunteers
Supervisors will vote on a resolution to transfer $7 million in bonds from the hospital’s current location to its new site on Pantops
Do you hear ghosts?
Sources say journal staff sought UVA support on personnel issues before suicide of managing editor
Following something of a surprise reveal and a couple of public hearings, the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed Boyd’s Economic Action Plan yesterday
Maybe Secretary of State Hillary Clinton caught word of Patricia Kluge’s wines during her 2008 presidential campaign stop?
George Seward became a lawyer one year before he graduated from the UVA Law School, in 1936
Meanwhile, Albemarle County posts one of the lowest rates in Virginia
The Bel Rio owner is accused of embezzling money from two county businesses
Missing Bel Rio owner Jim Baldi was reported by other media sources to have left town with the 25-year-old Bel Rio employee
The building at 722 Preston Avenue is one of Charlottesville’s individually protected properties
"The center will provide engineering and medical expertise in test subject enrollment, crash investigation, analysis of automobile crash data, impact biomechanics"
Three "Very Light Car" designs from Kuttner’s Edison2 design team remain in the X-Prize challenge, which encourages teams of researchers "to build a car that gets at least 100 MPGe"
Offers audio from lectures presented by UVA’s first Writer-in-Residence
Despite what looks like a bullet hole in a window of the garage, the subject was taken into police custody without using a weapon
The Fifth District Democrat has more than $1.7 million on hand, compared to Republican Senator Robert Hurt’s $215,954
McDonnell announced in May that his administration would respond to completed applications within 60 days or less – a deadline he met with his recent announcement
Ticketmaster must license ticketing software to would-be competitors. But can they compete with a music business of this size?
City website reports as much as 4" of rain, with flood warnings in effect until 2pm
The yearbook was first published in 1888, and was one of the oldest annual yearbooks in the country
Victim was 32-year-old Miguel Salazar; report lists increase in weapon law offenses in 2009
McDonnell is the third Virginian to offer the response in the last five years, after Tim Kaine and Jim Webb
BFI will pay $300,000, continue to lug City trash under current conditions of 1997 agreement with RSWA until June 2010
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