by Tim Shea | May 26, 2015
Following a public meeting that saw some community members push back against preliminary plans to redistrict students, Albemarle County Public Schools’ Redistricting Advisory Committee furthered debated Tuesday at a meeting at the county’s largest ...
by Brian Wheeler | May 26, 2015
The Albemarle County Republican Party has announced its list of candidates for local offices in this year’s November general election, including two challengers for the Board of Supervisors. “We are very pleased to announce ...
by Tim Shea | May 25, 2015
According to the United Way-Thomas Jefferson Area, about 250 at-risk 4-year-olds in Charlottesville-Albemarle will not be served by a pre-K program this fall unless something changes. Following a pre-K summit held last month, local ...
by Sean Tubbs | May 24, 2015
The Charlottesville City Council is now expected to decide in June whether to initiate a study of changing the zoning of West Main Street to reduce the maximum building heights allowed on the rapidly developing ...
by Sean Tubbs | May 22, 2015
When the Albemarle Board of Supervisors finally holds a public hearing on the Comprehensive Plan on June 10, it also will consider whether to expand the growth area to include an 82-acre property immediately southwest ...
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After almost a year of study, the absence of new regulations for in-home lodging has left Charlottesville property owners and concerned neighbors in the lurch and a potential source of new revenue for city coffers untapped. Recently a public hearing ...Vote Now