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by Tim Shea | August 04, 2015
The United Way-Thomas Jefferson Area estimates that between 250 and 350 of the most at-risk 4-year-olds in Charlottesville and Albemarle County are not benefitting from early childhood education. In an attempt to address this, Assistant Albemarle County Executive Doug Walker plans to bring the matter before the Albemarle Board of ...
Credit: Albemarle County Public Schools
Students in the Bright Star program use crayons during art class to draw pictures at Woodbrook Elementary School
By Elise Cruz | August 02, 2015
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Election 2015
By Tim Shea | July 26, 2015
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CVille Poll
Cities around the world have tried out low-cost, temporary, community-based projects to improve local neighborhoods and gathering places. Termed, Tactical Urbanism, these short-term, adaptable changes often drive long-lasting improvements for the community. If the Charlottesville/Albemarle community were to recommend ...
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