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The Daily Progress
Grinding to a halt Last week, a final warning was issued to all skaters: If more than 25 people were seen gathered at...
On the record
“What’s been the hardest part of this job?” is, to outgoing Charlottesville City Manager Dr. Tarron Richardson, “a...
One down Johnny Reb, the bronze Confederate soldier who has stood, musket in hand, outside the Albemarle County...
Rad grads Charlottesville’s 2020 high school graduates imagined they’d be walking across a grand stage right about...
Goodbye, summer Monday is Memorial Day, the traditional start to summer, but this year, much of the city’s outdoor...
Local newspapers faced an uncertain future even before coronavirus ground life as we know it to a halt. Now, with...
Stop spreading the news Billionaire Warren Buffett has thrown in the towel on his newspaper empire. Last Wednesday,...
A new plan for Starr Hill Since last spring, the New Hill Development Corporation has been working on a Small Area...
‘United for Progress’
By Ali Sullivan The story is all too familiar: Media corporation buys local newspaper, budget cuts ensue, and...
Barefoot is history The executive director of the Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society has resigned less than...
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