Webb argues that recent immigrants, who have not been discriminated against by the U.S. government, have benefited from programs more than white Americans
The assailant is described as a Hispanic male in his early 30s, approximately 5’7’’, and 150 to 160 pounds
The Belmont music venue that was at the center of the debate over the city’s noise ordinance may have sounded its last note. While a sign on Bel Rio’s door last week mentioned renovations to the restaurant and venue’s kitchen, landlord Jeff Easter told C-VILLE at press time that he saw no sign of renovations […]
Dredging update and the latest in the search for a new City Manager still on the agenda
"ABC has made numerous attempts to get a hold of the owner and we sent a letter to him notifying him that the license was voluntarily surrendered"
In “Why I Fight,” Minor spills about the failure of the bank that financed the hotel, the takeover by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC) and his current legal woes.
According to a news release, annual gifts were in excess of $10.3 million thanks to 8,430 graduates who donated
While Landmark Hotel owner Halsey Minor recently won $6.4 million in an arbitration hearing between him and former developer Lee Danielson a couple of weeks ago, and says additional legal battles between the pair are far from over, the fate of the existing structure on the Downtown Mall remains uncertain. “It will either be completed […]
Depending on your allegiances, UVA sports teams brought either joy or frustration to die-hard Cavaliers followers during the 2009-2010 season.
The information will add to the already existing knowledge of Alzheimer’s Disease via educational tools such as tutorials, cases and blogs, among others
The Louisa sheriff says that the girl had bruises all over her body. One of her feet was broken and some of her hair had been pulled out. “Her ear had been partially torn. She had blood on her,” he said.
Gary O’Connell may have left city politics behind when he accepted the position of executive director of the Albemarle County Service Authority, but 15 years at the helm of city government are hard to forget
U.S. Justice Department elected to leave Jens Soering in custody of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Another day of blistering heat on the horizon. At 9:10am the temperature already hit 82 degrees and the humidity will play a factor today.
Steven Lambert was released on bond, and will appear in the Albemarle General District Court on Thursday, August 5 at 9:30am
According to Halsey Minor, owner of the Landmark Hotel, the results of the arbitration hearing between him and former hotel developer Lee Danielson, which took place from April 19 to 23 at the Omni Hotel Downtown, favor Minor. Lee Danielson (left) and Halsey Minor, at the groundbreaking for the Landmark Hotel in March 2008. Two […]
In each of the past two years, at least one person has died while walking or riding a bicycle in Charlottesville. During the same time—for the last seven years, in fact—the City of Charlottesville’s Bicycle & Pedestrian Facilities Master Plan has been sitting on a shelf. Could these accidents have been avoided with an updated […]
City Hall will be closed on Monday. However, trash and recycling services will operate as usual
The former Biscuit Run developer joins BET co-founder Sheila Johnson, Marvin Gilliam, Jr. and Mark Kington
"The entire team associated with the project is shocked at the result," says former hotel developer Lee Danielson
UVA lawyers working on the investigation prompted by the Attorney General argued that Cuccinelli’s subpoena is “unlawful” and a burden to tax payers
Albemarle Police Chief John Miller served as chief since 1989.
While some local residents pack cars and make plans for summer vacations, Charlottesville officials remain busy with one of the most important decisions City Council will make all year. The informal process of selecting a new City Manager began in January, when Gary O’Connell announced plans to leave his 15-year post and accept a position […]
On June 17, the Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) distributed $21.9 million in grants throughout the state as part of its Transportation Enhancement Program.
The pros of living in Charlottesville? "Mild climate, proximity to golf courses, parks and wineries, active art and theater scenes, developed downtown district"
The City of Charlottesville has announced a special storm pickup beginning today for both residents and businesses