From the get-go, it was clear that last week\’s Albemarle County School Board meeting would revolve around a single topic: alcohol, kids, and what schools can do when those two volatile compounds mix off-campus.
Alex Citron drives around with a bumper sticker that reads “What is Ix?” Well, at the moment, the former Frank Ix & Sons textile mill is 17 acres of mostly dilapidated space along Sixth Street between Elliott and Monticello avenues. But, if all goes as planned, it will soon be home to another Downtown theater group.
A late-night party at Panda Garden on Emmet Street this weekend led to a series of shootings that injured two and sprayed a home with bullets, according to media reports.
A Charlottesville Circuit Court jury last week acquitted a 32-year-old man accused in the April 2005 punching death of a Westhaven man.
While other facilities on Grounds sit half-empty during the summer, the busy bees at Heritage Repertory Theatre (HRT) keep UVA\’s Culbreth building buzzing for six weeks of rotating shows.
The Rivanna Conservation Society (RCS) is now accepting proposals for a “historical review of the Woolen Mills Dam” to gather data about the privately owned dam the RCS has sought to breach since around 2000.
The UVA Architecture School will begin construction this summer on two additions that will add 20,000 square feet of office, classroom and exhibition space to the school, while also preparing Campbell Hall to mesh with the incoming Arts Grounds.