‘He is very sorrowful’

City takes no action against employee who participated in Capitol insurrection

NEWS

‘He is very sorrowful’

City takes no action against employee who participated in Capitol insurrection

In brief

No new names  Since the Reclaimed Roots Descendants Alliance called on the Jefferson Madison Regional Library to...

‘They were waiting for July...

Half of low-income complex’s tenants could face eviction

Dog, gone

County reports euthanization to Albemarle County Circuit Court

Lingering questions

County refuses to provide more information about dog’s euthanization

In brief

Post office still understaffed On the afternoon of July 5, local resident Ida Simmons stopped by the Barracks Road...

Be aware

Monkeypox cases on the rise in Virginia

A ‘new and amazing life’

Couple’s resilience after near-fatal accident inspires social media movement and book

In brief

Closing down  After 33 years in business, George Swingler will be closing down Rose Hill Market. The former Albemarle...

CULTURE

Trip itinerary

‘How to Change Your Mind’ explores psychedelics as treatment

August Galleries

What's on view this month

Second helping

Kelsey Naylor and Anna Gardner go their own way with Umma's

Pick

We love you, Willie: With a career spanning seven distinguished decades, 89-year-old Willie Nelson is still at the...

Pick: Albemarle County Fair

Step right up: Get your pies and pickles ready, it’s Albemarle County Fair time. The three-day pastoral affair...

Pick: Theese Folks Crazy

When you get the giggles: Laugh along with Theese Folks Crazy, a comedy special from Kerwin Claiborne. The...

Bringing a legend to life

Audiences interact with civil rights icon Nina Simone at Virginia Theatre Festival

Pick: The North Country

Rock around: When creating its 2022 EP Born at the Right Time (Exquisite Corpse), experimental pop collective The...

Pick: Dogwood Tales

Tale wagon: Shenandoah Valley natives Benjamin Ryan and Kyle Grim originally formed Dogwood Tales as a duo, but over...

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‘He is very sorrowful’

City takes no action against employee who participated in Capitol insurrection