Charlottesville’s Octagon Partners is looking to expand its horizon.
The Albemarle County Board of Supervisors decided to wait to vote on the final version of the Places29 master plan.
Ralph Leon Jackson, the suspect in April’s Blue Ridge Parkway shooting, was indicted yesterday and could face the death penalty if convicted.
The debate over the Places29 master plan is heating up. Just a day after the Free Enterprise Forum (FEF), a conservative organization that has advocated for pro-business policies, called for the plan to be scratched, the North Charlottesville Business Council is following suit.
Halsey Minor’s multiple lawsuits involving the Landmark Hotel on the Downtown Mall won’t keep him from planning his strategy for the next innovative sport: horse racing.
Halsey Minor, owner of the Landmark Hotel on the Downtown Mall, owes the city $62,766.62 in property taxes. Minor topped the list of Top 250 Delinquent Taxpayers in California, owing the state more than $13 million in personal income tax.
In May, the Charlottesville Area Fitness Club Operators Association filed lawsuits against the Board of Supervisors and City Council claiming private clubs were denied a fair shot at construction bids for the McIntire Park YMCA.
Operation Share the Road is an effort to identify and correct the way motorists and cyclists use the roads
The crowd at Congressman Tom Perriello’s election results party at Siips is growing by the minute. Senator Creigh Deeds is watching the results closely as Perriello supporters gather around the sole TV screen.
Voter turnout falls just shy of 33 percent
Tom Perriello stood on a stage at Siips Wine and Champagne Bar & Bistro while the crowd cheered “We love Tom,” and conceded the Fifth Congressional District race
The Old Ivy Road campaign office of Congressman Tom Perriello was broken into early this morning, says Jessica Barba, communications director for Perriello for Congress.
With a few pieces of Lexington Avenue property owned by Martha Jefferson Hospital (MJH) ready to hit the market in the next month or two, the desire for a mid-sized Downtown grocery store has been rekindled among Charlottesville residents and city employees. Five parcels next to the recently purchased Martha Jefferson Downtown location will go […]
The dust-up over the West Main parking lot at the Amtrak train station may have quite literally settled.
Follow C-VILLE’s live coverage of President Obama’s appearance in support of Democratic Congressman Tom Perriello on twitter at @cvillenew_desk
The City of Charlottesville is getting ready for President Obama’s visit tonight in support of Democratic Congressman Tom Perriello
McDonnell pressed on Perriello’s voting record, which he says sticks right by Obama’s side on the pieces of major legislature that were passed during his first two years in office
In preparation for President Obama’s Friday visit to the Charlottesville Pavilion, the City of Charlottesville sent out a list of road closures, bus detours and parking restrictions
The Living Wage Campaign at UVA is getting louder. Last night, amid chanting and passionate applause, a packed Newcomb Hall Ballroom was host to an event and press conference that featured University students, faculty and some city officials.
According to multiple reports, President Barack Obama is scheduled to make a stop in Charlottesville to rally for Fifth Congressional District Democratic incumbent Tom Perriello
Kochard has many ties to UVA. He received a Master’s (1996) and Ph.D. (1999) in economics from the University.
Gabe Silverman and Allan Cadgene have a vision for the stretch of West Main Street near Sixth Street. The local developers want to turn the former C&R Auto Service—thousands of square feet arranged in three neighboring buildings, currently vacant, dark and dirty—into a medical and retail hub for the adjacent communities. A lot of give-and-take: […]
With the Fifth Congressional District race entering its last week, Democratic incumbent Tom Perriello is trying to keep the political faith alive by returning to a stronghold: churches. In the past few months, Perriello has stopped in at least four churches around the district, in Palmyra, Farmville, Charlottesville and Lawrenceville. Hail Mary? Democratic incumbent Tom […]
To all those impatiently awaiting the opening of a Trader Joe’s in Charlottesville, don’t hold your breath.
With just over one week left in the campaign to the Fifth District Congressional seat, a new poll shows the Democratic incumbent trailing his Republican challenger by one point