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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...
Rad grads Charlottesville’s 2020 high school graduates imagined they’d be walking across a grand stage right about...
Cut the check
As the coronavirus epidemic has devastated small businesses nationwide, many local shops and restaurants have sought...
Open wide Parking lots have become the scene of all kinds of new activity in our virus-crippled world. Students are...
In just a matter of days, the number of confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in the Thomas Jefferson Health...
It’s a match
For small business, money is manure– it fosters growth. Charlottesville’s Office of Economic Development has launched...
As the U.S. population grows less homogeneous, organizations are increasingly seizing on opportunities to incorporate...
Three debut albums
Day trip east
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