The latest round of dredging feasibility reports raises two questions for citizens, "depending on their advocacy," says Tom Frederick
READ MORE Click here to read a previous cover story about Demonte Burgess and George Huguely. On June 10, three defendants charged in connection with the city’s first homicides since October 2008 were slated to appear in Charlottesville General District Court. While court dates for 22-year-old George Huguely and 19-year-old Demonte Burgess were moved to […]
Virginia Senator Robert Hurt’s decisive victory in last week’s GOP Congressional primary set the Fifth District’s own political Rube Goldberg machine in motion.
"There’s a big difference," said PVCC President Frank Friedman, "between making $8 an hour and making $18 an hour."
A matching grant could nudge the total past $1 million for projects at UVA and the Virginia Foundation for Humanities
Prosecution requests order to seal documents because info in warrants might inhibit law enforcement work and jury selection
According to New York magazine, Madoff passes a portion of his 150-year sentence reading works by one of Charlottesville’s own
Following his May 4 appearance by video in the Charlottesville General District Court, a June 10 control date was set.
George Huguely Demonte Burgess [Editor’s note: After C-VILLE went to press, the date for George Huguely’s next appearance in Charlottesville General District Court was postponed from June 10 to October 7. Demonte Burgess’ hearing was postponed from June 10 to August 12.] The 22-year-old gets his uniform first. The college senior, except where he’s from […]
Residents "can expect to see Marines, their vehicles and their equipment, and will hear the sounds of helicopter, tiltrotor aircraft and blank ammunition being fired"
Dr. Pamela Moran to serve as sole representative for K-12 education
The rule for students at the Westhaven Afterschool Program used to be “No homework, no entry.” If Harold Folley can’t find the funds to sustain the program for another year, the rule might become “No entry, no homework” instead. Until recently, elementary school students from Westhaven (pictured), the 126-unit public housing project on Hardy Drive, […]
UVA President John Casteen praises Garson’s leadership as "powerful and gentle"
A press release from UVA says that the school "intends to protect academic freedom"
Judge Cheryl Higgins brought her Black’s Law Dictionary to Albemarle County Circuit Court this afternoon
Home priced at $774,900, part of "$21 million of loss to mortgage lenders"
Library Director John Halliday says "the library needs to keep its budget balanced"
Save for the 1907 bronze sculpture of Homer at one end of UVA’s original campus and the life-size, marble Thomas Jefferson at the other, the closest thing to a statue at Sunday’s 181st graduation exercises was University President John Casteen, who appeared both timeless and unshakeable before a crowd of thousands of graduates, his wife […]
Nineteen-year-old Demonte Burgess has a history with Sixth Street S.E. Last August, he was arrested for trespassing on the 700 block, near the Charlottesville Redevelopment & Housing Authority’s public housing development, after local police asked him not to return to city housing. Now, Burgess is charged with second-degree murder in the death of 32-year-old Miguel […]
Fourth-year defender Ken Clausen told the crowd that the "untimely" death of Love had encouraged the team to "come together"
So long, California list of delinquent tax payers?
Memorial schoalrship more than halfway to goal
And other somethings to talk about on your Wednesday
After his team’s 18-4 dispatching of Mount St. Mary’s on Saturday evening, UVA men’s lacrosse coach Dom Starsia told reporters how important it was for his team to “stay together for a while more.” For last Saturday’s 18-4 defeat of Mount St. Mary’s, the UVA men’s lacrosse team donned shirts honoring slain fourth-year student-athlete Yeardley […]