by Sean Tubbs | June 28, 2016
Charlottesville Circuit Court Judge Richard E. Moore has denied a request from the private company that currently operates the Water Street Parking Garage to appoint a receiver to manage the facility on an emergency basis ...
by Noah Zeidman | June 27, 2016
The Public Education Foundation of Charlottesville-Albemarle will hold an innovation institute from July 26 to 28, with workshops led by Amanda Gonczi from the University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education. The institute will ...
by Claudia Elzey | June 27, 2016
In 1985, the sociologist Robert Bellah and four of his colleagues wrote about a “crisis of civic membership” in America. The people they interviewed were engrossed in their private lives and increasingly reluctant to get ...
by Tim Dodson | June 26, 2016
After breaking ground in November, the Brooks Family YMCA in McIntire Park is taking shape and offering a glimpse of the future functions of the facility. “There’s a lot of progress that we’ve ...
by Noah Zeidman | June 25, 2016
Retail and commercial vacancy rates in downtown Charlottesville are low and steady. The city’s Office of Economic Development shows the vacancy rate for ground-floor retail spaces on the Downtown Mall as ranging from about ...
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