Substitute crossing guard Adrienne Dent writes that drivers too often go too fast and that it’s time the city takes further action to slow them down.
Charlottesville is about to become just the third school division in Virginia to allow its union to collective bargain
“I think the fact that it was sticky and complicated and difficult makes it even sweeter. We had to work really hard for it and it feels really good,” said Jessica Taylor, president of the Charlottesville Education Association.
“Our advice to the defendants: Don’t go whistling Dixie yet, because we have only just begun to battle,” said Brackney’s attorney Charles Tucker.
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Local property assessments rose 25% in two years, which means higher tax bills and more money for local governments
“These two reassessment cycles have been larger than any I’ve seen since I’ve been with the city,” said City Assessor Jeffrey Davis.
Council will appoint someone next month to replace Sena Magill, and there’s still time to apply.
Albemarle School Board votes to rename Meriwether Lewis Elementary to divest itself from racist past
Students and community members, however, voted to remain named after half of the infamous Lewis and Clark duo.
UVA has repeatedly failed to pay its graduate students on time — and no one at the university can figure out why
“This doesn’t happen to other employees,” said campus union chair Laura Ornée.
Mithrellas Curtis, incarcerated at the Fluvanna Correctional Center, makes ‘magic out of thin air’ — no matter where she celebrates the holidays.
The first episode is about what violence means in our lives, as told by Katrina Spencer.
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This year, we’re telling 19 stories about 19 neighborhoods using data, history and voices of the community.
Our #Charlottesville: How Charlottesville Tomorrow is covering the fifth anniversary of Unite the Right
Five years after the “summer of hate,” we’re telling our community’s own stories.
When this Charlottesville shelter closes next year, its 100 elderly and seriously ill guests might have nowhere to go
“If it weren’t for Premier Circle, I’d be homeless,” said Sunshades, a shelter guest.
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Two Confederate legacy groups are suing in an attempt to force Charlottesville to take the Lee statue back from the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center.
After learning how many families struggle to get basic toiletries, City Schools began providing them free
“When we make essential items in our closets free and accessible, that’s one less thing that a student has to worry about,” said Bianca Johnson.
“I think the name Trailblazers is kind of dumb,” said School Board member Jennifer McKeever.
“I think it will be important to appoint someone who, as much as possible, shares the perspective Sena brought as a City Councilor,” said Councilor Michael Payne.
Venable and Clark elementary schools are among the first City Schools to have their names reconsidered.
Charlottesville City Councilor Magill resigns, remaining four members will accept applications to appoint her replacement
The next election to fill the seat will be in November.
Fifeville residents restore a long forgotten trail system that enables pedestrians to safely bypass 5th Street
The short trail was already a well-used shortcut for Prospect Avenue residents.
The five cent per bag tax will apply to grocery stores, convenience stores and pharmacies and any large retailer that contains groceries or a pharmacy.
A developer’s plan to build new apartments in Scottsville shows just how unprecedented big projects are for the small town
Scottsville Town Council intended to vote on the project last week. Instead, it spent the first hour arguing over what kind of meeting it could have — or whether it could have one at all.
Charlottesville City Schools asked students to rename their elementary schools — but officials are having second thoughts
Students voted to rename Venable as “Trailblazers” and Clark as “Friendship.”
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