Knife & Fork
Summer Camp Guide
Want to take a walk down Black History Pathway? Or maybe Waneeshee Way? Or even Tony Bennett Drive? Soon, you might...
For years, the Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society and the city’s visitor’s center have been distributing a...
Water line to nowhere
At a meeting in late August, members of the Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority’s board of directors voted to add $7...
By Natalie Jacobsen Recent Charlottesville City Schools data suggests a trend among its elementary schools:...
It’s the time of year C-VILLE editorial staffers dread most: landing on the final names for our Power Issue, followed...
A single pink rose lies at a diagonal across the quartz headstone that has become two-toned with age in the last 125...
While a court injunction currently prevents the statue of Robert E. Lee from being moved, the city is moving full...
Summer of 2012, Charlottesville was rocked by two events that were ultimately reversed because of intense public...
Biking battle continues
Albemarle Board of Supervisors Chair Diantha McKeel said in February that an accelerated opening of Hedgerow Park...
When Charlottesville decided to keep the historic Jefferson School and its prime real estate as a community center...
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