by Sean Tubbs | June 28, 2017
As Albemarle seeks to redevelop commercial sections of U.S. 29, an urban planner from Arlington briefed the business community Wednesday on how a public-private partnership helped convert a subur-ban shopping center into a New ...
by Talia Wiener | June 28, 2017
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the sister city relationship between Charlottesville and Poggio a Caiano, a town in Tuscany, Italy, with a population of 10,000. In celebration, a delegation traveled to the ...
by Talia Wiener | June 25, 2017
A little boy wearing an oversized firefighter uniform runs past a girl with a stethoscope around her neck. Bell sounds drift from an open music room as shrieks and giggles fill the hallway. Summer has ...
by Kayli Wren | June 25, 2017
Jefferson Area CHiP launched its Neighborhood Outreach Project this year to focus on reaching Charlottesville families that could benefit from CHiP services in Friendship Court, Westhaven, South First Street and Green Stone. CHiP (Children’s ...
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