Support Us Subscribe to Our EMail

Subscribe
To Our Weekly Newsletter

Send Us a Tip
Editors' Pick Topics
Community Voices

Nominate someone for our Meet your Government series
Nominate someone for our upcoming Meet your Educator series
| Page 1
Meet Your Government
by Aaron Fabio | July 20, 2014
Aaron Fabio, Property Maintenance Inspector, City of Charlottesville   Your job title is Property Maintenance Inspector. What, in your own words, would you say you do?  I proactively enforce the City Code as well as the Virginia Maintenance Code. The City Codes that I enforce are accumulation of trash, overgrowth of ...
Meet Your Educator
By Andy Jones | July 19, 2014
Meet Your Government
By Jack Kelsey | July 13, 2014
Meet Your Educator
By Madeline Michel | July 12, 2014
Meet Your Government
By Sarah Blech | July 06, 2014
Meet Your Educator
By John Garland | July 05, 2014
Meet Your Innovator - Sponsored by CBIC
By Otavio Freire | June 29, 2014
Meet Your Government
By J.T. Newberry | June 29, 2014
Meet Your Educator
By Dina Fricke | June 28, 2014
Meet Your Innovator - Sponsored by CBIC
By Deb McMahon | June 23, 2014
Meet Your Government
By Jody Lewis | June 22, 2014
Meet Your Educator
By Sara Hankins | June 21, 2014
Meet Your Innovator - Sponsored by CBIC
By Baron Schwartz | June 16, 2014
Meet Your Government
By Lisa Robertson | June 15, 2014
Meet Your Educator
By Sara Little | June 14, 2014
Meet Your Educator
By Michael Salvatierra | June 07, 2014
Meet Your Government
By Jim Herndon | June 01, 2014
Meet Your Educator
By Caroline Bertrand | May 31, 2014
Meet Your Government
By Mike Murphy | May 25, 2014
Meet Your Educator
By Nancy Williams | May 24, 2014
Meet Your Government
By Blake Abplanalp | May 18, 2014
Meet Your Educator
By Matt Shields | May 17, 2014
Meet Your Government
By Irene Peterson | May 11, 2014
Meet Your Educator
By Michelle Karpobich | May 10, 2014
Community Perspective
By Jon Green | May 06, 2014
| Page 1
CVille Poll
The University of Virginia will unveil a fleet of 120 bicycles later this summer as part of a new bike-sharing program. The bikes will serve about 1,100 acres of UVa’s Grounds, giving riders a transport alternative. Local residents ...
Vote Now