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President-elect Joe Biden swept to an easy victory in Virginia last week, carrying the state with 53.9 percent of the...
By Geremia Di Maro There’s a line outside the City Hall Annex. Volunteers wearing cardboard posters of ballots circle...
Slowing the spread
By Emily Hamilton On August 1, residents of Charlottesville and Albemarle became subject to a new set of coronavirus...
Closing the loop The Rivanna Trail has encircled Charlottesville for more than 20 years. Earlier this month, the...
Private protests For decades, students in collared shirts and plaid skirts have strolled across St. Anne’s-Belfield’s...
Goodbye, summer Monday is Memorial Day, the traditional start to summer, but this year, much of the city’s outdoor...
In just a matter of days, the number of confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in the Thomas Jefferson Health...
On November 29, the day after Thanksgiving, we posted a story about Gladys the emu and the Cathcarts of Albemarle...
Robin Felder sees connections. For instance, when he installed the 250-gallon solid copper still at his and his wife...
The couple was living in Boston when they started looking for an architect to build their house on a mountaintop in...
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