"Mr. Minor’s assertion in the Virginia Gazette on February 2 that the easement on Carter’s Grove prohibits public access is incorrect"
The School Board could decide the fate of Walker and Buford as early as Thursday, February 17. The timeline for the actual consolidation, however, may be longer.
One of the main dilemmas if you’re in the market for a home is whether to build a new home or buy an existing one. The choice depends on what is important to the buyer—and on finances—but the good news is that either has some advantages, even in this economy. Building a home from scratch […]
Among the city’s 12,887 taxable residential properties, approximately 32 percent declined in value, while 39 percent held steady
Reassessments will be mailed this week to county and city residents. In Albemarle County, overall assessed values declined 1.24 percent, excluding new construction
Bike advocates may not be too pleased with the General Assembly’s Transportation Subcommittee
Stafford’s black bean and brown rice taco, tested by students and parents as a new vegetarian lunch option in city schools, will make its debut in the next two months.
In related UVA news, the University once again received a record number of applications for the Class of 2015. According to a news release, 23,942 applications were received
Owner Halsey Minor calls the decision "a travesty of justice" and promises to appeal
Albemarle County Superintendent Pam Moran released a $144.9 million proposed budget for the 2011-2012 year.
In the suit filed in Richmond on Tuesday, Jens Soering questions whether McDonnell’s decision to was within his constitutional authority.
In a recent survey conducted by the city’s Office of Communications, more than 500 residents – 29.4 percent those polled – voted Chicago the "top new destination"
Thinking about running for public office in the city? Start getting your ducks in a row. While City Councilors Satyendra Huja and Holly Edwards contemplate reelection bids, David Brown—arguably Council’s most outspoken member—will not seek a third term. The seats currently occupied by Brown, Huja and Edwards may find new occupants following a November reelection. […]
In some ways, it’s a great time to buy a house. Rates are low—downward of 4.5 percent; inventory is high and sellers can be advantageously motivated. It’s certainly a buyer’s market, but only if you work for someone other than yourself. Although the lending industry has issued new and stricter standards for all mortgage-seeking individuals, […]
According to the report, in 2010, starter homes accounted for 66.3 percent of total sales in the area last year, an increase from 57.3 percent in 2009
In early 2010, Kluge and Moses bought back one foreclosed Meadows Estate lot during a public auction sale for $3.9 million. The lot was assessed at $2.7 million.
UVA has seven days to comply with or respond to the FOIA request
Today, Governor Bob McDonnell announced $100,000 worth of grants geared toward the preservation of farmland.
The New Year may bring resolution to the water supply plan debate
The UVA COO, who has worked at the University for more than 40 years, announced his retirement last year, but agreed to stay on as a consultant to ease President Teresa Sullivan’s transition
At tonight’s meeting, City Council will hear three scenarios for possible voting precincts redistribution
The upgrades are part of a $75 million investment for Virginia customers that the company announced in early September
Last night, council recommended the creation of a task force to find the market a new and permanent location. The task force will officially be appointed by City Manager Maurice Jones
In a December 8 letter, Albemarle County supervisors refused an offer from the Department of Environmental Quality to mediate city-county disputes