Even the most favored eateries are not immune to national trends. An investigation by NBC29 has revealed that The Tavern restaurant is the source of a salmonella outbreak that has affected at least a dozen people.
Not bad for a Friday afternoon after all. Earlier today the C-VILLE office was witness to a full on, crane-swinging, tackle-to-the-ground fight between a restaurant patron and a Henryâ€™s waiter on the Downtown Mall.
The confident strut, the dark khakis and the blue tie do little to hide the smile Devin Schneider is proudly sporting this morning. His swagger is unfazed by the metal detector. It is an important day for him, a day he said heâ€™ll remember for a long time. He is drug-free and has been for a whole year.
Albemarle County Sheriff J.E. “Chip” Harding announced today in a letter that the number of evictions in Albemarle County has risen 40 percent since 2006. By this time two years ago, there were 203 evictions, compared to 264 at this point last year and 285 this year. Most of those evicted are renters.
Happiness doesn’t always conquer everything. UVA psychology professor Vikram Jaswal and colleagues at the University of Plymouth in England studied children there and found that happy children don’t perform as well as sad children. With the help of video clips from The Lion King and The Jungle Book and the music of Mozart and Mahler, […]
It’s a by now familiar sentiment: “We are definitely on a strict budget with gas.” But the person saying it is not a stressed mini-van mom trying to double up on trips to the pool and Kroger this summer. Those are instead the words of Ted Horn, executive vice president of Martin Horn Inc., the […]
In the late 1960s, UVA’s Dean of Admissions John Blackburn received veteran benefits to attend college. He enrolled at Western Maryland College and, with the help of the government, graduated from there and continued to graduate school. Blackburn, like many other veterans, took advantage of the GI bill, a 1944 mandate that was designed to […]