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Ride or wrong?

Ride or wrong?

In Charlottesville, cyclists spent the last year advocating for safer commuter routes and their fair share of the road. But while local bike culture boomed, elected officials in Richmond failed to reach consensus on a number of bicycle bills. During the recent General Assembly session, three Senate bills and one House bill hit a few […]

Paving imminent for dusty West Main lot

Paving imminent for dusty West Main lot

Three months after the city approved fixes planned for the unpaved and heavily trafficked parking lot adjacent to the Amtrak station on West Main Street, lot owners Gabe Silverman and Allan Cadgene have lined up a contractor, met with city officials and obtained a land disturbance permit to begin construction. According to city planner Nick […]

¿Yo hablo Español, y tú?

¿Yo hablo Español, y tú?

Martha Trujillo adjusts her red vest, clips on the “Hablo Español” button and checks her pager. At 6:15pm on a Wednesday night, the atmosphere is calm. A few patients in wheelchairs roll through the lobby of the UVA hospital; visitors browse the hospital gift shop for some special memento and physicians hurry by. She checks […]

Charlottesville youth must be served

Charlottesville youth must be served

A total $2.8 million in budget cuts to CHIP (Children’s Health Improvement Program) of Virginia and Healthy Families Virginia could jeopardize services for more than 2,000 families across the state, unless the General Assembly passes a budget amendment to reinstate funds to both agencies.