by Sean Tubbs | October 24, 2016
A series of speakers from the legal community, as well as two city councilors, asked the Albemarle Board of Supervisors on Monday to keep the county’s courts in downtown Charlottesville. “I am constantly striving ...
by Sean Tubbs | October 22, 2016
A plan to build an apartment building on Ridge Street as part of the William Taylor Plaza development advanced last week when the Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review approved its size and general shape. The ...
by Aaron Richardson | October 22, 2016
Six months after Charlottesville’s City Council passed an ordinance allowing private valet parking companies to operate on public streets, a local company has begun parking cars from a kiosk on Water Street. Lenoir Enterprises ...
by Aaron Richardson | October 21, 2016
James Pierce, CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Virginia, was awarded the John E. Baker Legacy Award at Friday evening’s sixth annual John E. Baker Legacy Dinner hosted by the African-American Teaching ...
by Josh Mandell | October 20, 2016
The Local Food Hub recognized farmers, businesses and nonprofits for contributions to Virginia agriculture at the organization’s annual Community Food Awards celebration Thursday. “It takes a community to build a better food system,” said ...
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