On the west side of Old Lynchburg Road, directly opposite Biscuit Run, sits Whittington—Biscuit Run’s Rural Area cousi
Brown, who also owns the building that houses Escafe, finalized a deal for what will reopen as "Main Street Arena"
Add up the hours since George Huguely’s arrest in connection with the brutal slaying of his ex-girlfriend, Yeardley Love, and the 22-year-old former UVA student has spent fewer than four days outside of his cell in Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail. Huguely, who is in segregation from the rest of the jail population, receives approximately one hour [...]
Before noon, the Charlottesville Circuit Court released five search warrants and two affidavits for search warrants. Read details here
Warrants and affidavits released after medical examiner rules cause of death as blunt force trauma to head
An update from this morning’s Albemarle County Board of Supervisors meeting
Key Rec Center will be cooling station; City asks residents to be mindful of when they water lawns
Also, the Saunders-Monticello trail is fixed. Check the map and let us know the current state of your neighborhood
“It seems strange to say we are thrilled—I mean, how can you be thrilled about such an obscene thing?” said Gil Harrington, reached last Thursday at her family’s home in Roanoke. Roughly an hour before, Virginia State Police (VSP) released news of a forensic link between the death of her daughter, 20-year-old Morgan Harrington, with [...]
One month after orders to seal warrants were released, the warrants themselves may be unveiled
"The likelihood of arrest and conviction has increased exponentially. We’re very thrilled about that"
The Fifth District’s Democratic incumbent gets down and dirty for jobs. What do you think?
The Commonwealth Attorney for Albemarle County will collect delinquent fees rather than the state
The shortest distance between any two points—crosswalk signals, for instance—is a straight line. The same goes for a stroll down Water Street, from the front doors of Second Street Gallery to the rear entrance of CVS Pharmacy. Or, that’s how it worked before the Landmark Hotel. Where the sidewalk ends: Pedestrians, cyclists and drivers alike [...]
By his own estimation, architect Bill Atwood is the sort of guy who puts too many ornaments on the Christmas tree
During a June 22 meeting of the Rivanna Water & Sewer Authority (RWSA), Casey Burch, a project manager for HDR Engineering, shared results of the firm’s Dredging Feasibility Study. All told, Burch wagered that a one-time dredge of the South Fork Reservoir could cost between $34 million and $40.2 million—and subsequent dredging might be more [...]
"America’s research universities have become a part of the infrastructure of the country," says incoming UVA president
The rink, on the market for $4.1 million, is under a contingency contract
Before HDR Engineering presents its dredging feasibility study to the public, the RWSA took a long, cool drink during its board meeting yesterday afternoon
The Attorney General’s CID is on hold until the court makes a decision regarding UVA’s petition to set it aside for good
Excavation and demolition work, along with a new "bump out" in place of the concrete and wooden barriers on Water Street, should be finished soon
There’s no shortage of creative potential on the 300 block of West Main Street, a section of the city’s Vinegar Hill neighborhood that was once populated with automobile shops like Russell Mooney Oldsmobile. And if destruction is a form of creation, then a recent meeting of the Board of Architectural Review (BAR) provided a chance [...]
Bol was a 10-year veteran of the National Basketball Association and, at 7’6", one of the tallest men in league history
Fire Chief Charles Werner says the building has been evacuated, and no injuries reported
"We are nowhere near capacity to enroll Virginia Community College System transfers. For the foreseeable future, we can take all who qualify"