by Talia Wiener | June 23, 2017
The children enrolled in Computers4Kids’ Hauntings Smart House Camp were hard at work, building spooky sound boards and carving headstones from large chunks of foam. A bulletin board covered with drawings leaned against the wall ...
by Tim Dodson | June 23, 2017
Two new mixed-use buildings are in the works for Old Trail Village in Crozet, although plans for a larger building appear to have been delayed. Albemarle County staff offered feedback on plans for a nearly ...
by Talia Wiener | June 22, 2017
Jin Ellington has never played golf. Yet when she was looking to move to Charlottesville to be closer to family, the mother of two with a background in education and nonprofits stumbled across a job ...
Meet Your Nonprofit
June 22, 2017
Meet Your Nonprofit, a weekly profile of nonprofit organizations in our community, is brought to you by the Center for Nonprofit Excellence. Describe your nonprofit's mission. The Women’s Initiative provides vital mental health ...
by Sean Tubbs | June 21, 2017
Several new transportation projects in Albemarle County can move forward now that the Commonwealth Transportation Board has adopted its latest multiyear plan. At a meeting in Richmond this week, the CTB adopted an $18.6 ...
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