Some people rent out their basements to cover their mortgage, but the renters of the world have long been looking for a way to cover their pesky monthly payments. Last year, a few renters on Jefferson Park Avenue hatched a pretty interesting scheme: cook Meth in your apartment. Try to imagine the rental listing: Four [...]
John Casteen isn’t the only thing the Cavaliers lost this weekend. The UVA Baseball team couldn’t quite carry on their streak as they fell to LSU 9-5 on Saturday night.
The governor said he chose to attend this event because he had “never done a wastewater treatment plant,” and wished to emphatically support “very aggressive river and stream clean-up.”
In 2006, the Charlottesville Parks and Recreation Department found the swimming facility at Meade Park, Onesty Pool, to be “beyond the point of cost-effective repair.” It would need to be fully replaced. Maybe having learned from previous park projects (read Meadowcreek Parkway, McIntire softball fields), the city has gone out of its way to [...]
If you can overcome the odds to complete your college education, Perriello told the diverse group of students, many of them working parents, you have what it takes to get through the economy.
Andrew Williams, 22, said that as a young, independent candidate, he hopes to bring a “new perspective to new problems developing in Charlottesville, and old problems, too.”
The Charlottesville City Council will hold a meeting this evening to discuss, among other things, how well the rebricking project went.
Construction isn’t quite as done as it should be, but honestly, the most annoying thing on the Downtown Mall is all the pollen.
Ugly bricks?! Not for long. Brick Watch celebrates its hundredth day with a look at some of the Mall’s fallen heroes.
As we creep ever closer to the (gasp!) completion date, we take a minute to scope out what’s looking good, and what may need a little patience.
We continue our walk down pedestrian lanes.
A lesson in urban planning, and a look at how our Downtown Mall came to be.
Is the Charlottesville 10-miler going to have to change its route to avoid the Downtown rebricking?
When is our world going to end?
And here we thought everything was going so smoothly, too.
With no themed block party to pick on this week, guess we’ll have to talk about the Downtown renovation project again.