The Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce, League of Women Voters of Charlottesville-Albemarle, the Nature Conservancy and more "reaffirmed" their support
Bill Kittrel has been appointed to the board of the Albemarle County Service Authority to represent While Hall
Sixty-six local nonprofits are the recipients of $536,000 from CACF through the Community Endowment and the Bama Works Fund of Dave Matthews Band
Sellers, who was not present at the press conference, is currently the deputy chief of police in Fairfax County
The tragic death of UVA lacrosse player Yeardley Love, allegedly at the hands of her ex-boyfriend, fellow student-athlete George Huguely, was a shock to the entire community
Winter weather is finally here. But winter weather brings winter precipitation. Who can forget last year’s snow-clearing problems?
Consultants term parkway detail "inadequate"
Will land be protected, or turned into the next Biscuit Run?
Albemarle County Police released the identity of the victim of a single vehicle crash that occurred on Sunday.
The campaign total currently sits at $452,000, less than half of the $946,000 that was raised last year and shy of this year’s $725,000 goal
It looks like Charlottesville High School is finally on its way to getting turf fields, as soon as the school division raises the money
While a national controversy over the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) new security screening procedures led several airports to wonder whether one of the year’s busiest travel days would become one of the slowest for passengers, the Charlottesville Albemarle Airport (CHO) sounded ready for business as usual during Thanksgiving week. Charlottesville Albemarle Airport won’t see full-body […]
From July 1, 2005, through September 30 of this year, the net return for UVA’s long-term investment pool totals $1.36 billion.
On Tuesday night, city school officials and members of the Dialogue’s Education Work Group will hear comments and answer questions
In December of last year, Albemarle County Supervisors voted to postpone the construction of an expanded Crozet library
Starting in the fall of 2012, high school seniors can apply to UVA early, but their decision to do so is nonbonding – a difference from the former binding early admission policy
City Councilor Kristin Szakos took the stage and told the crowd that if the tax cuts for the wealthy are extended, "Charlottesville has a lot to lose"
To keep up with the increasing number of Virginia students who are applying for financial aid, the State Council
The fate of the parking lot at the Amtrak train station on West Main Street may be at a turning point.
Albemarle County saw a 3.4 percent increase, much improved from the 9 percent decrease registered last year, compared to the same period in 2008.
Opponents of the Meadowcreek Parkway came out in full force at the City Council meeting on Monday night.
Progress on the much-debated water supply plan continues at a drip’s pace, but in the past couple of weeks, Mayor Dave Norris has gotten into hot water for a meeting he had with the director of the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), David Paylor, in late October. In late October, Norris met with the […]
With the new policy, high school seniors will have the chance to apply to UVA by November 1, 2011, but will be able to apply to other schools, too. And they have until May 1, 2012 to decide where to go to college.