Rising real estate assessment values will inflate Charlottesville tax bills further in FY2024 unless the Council lowers the tax rate.
A developer’s proposal could bring a grocery store back to Fifeville
Woodard Properties proposed a supermarket, community space and new apartment building to the Charlottesville Planning Commission last week.
City Council will discuss real estate tax rate Monday night
Residents’ tax bills will likely rise.
Starting your summer vegetable garden? Here’s why you might ask a Charlottesville High School student for help
The nonprofit Cultivate Charlottesville built its first school garden in 2010, and now two schools offer courses for credit on how to farm.
Find Charlottesville Tomorrow journalists at two professional conferences this week
On Thursday, we’ll be at the annual meetings of the Association of College & Research Libraries and the Virginia Coalition for Open Government.
Charlottesville’s only homeless shelter for elderly and seriously ill people is about to close, but construction of the housing that will go up in its place has been postponed
“Developing this type of housing is never simple and straightforward,” said Julie Anderson, with Virginia Supportive Housing.
Now that City Schools is the sole owner of the local technical high school, officials must figure out how to pay the $5.5 million price tag
Albemarle initially tried to purchase CATEC to do major renovations and updates, but Charlottesville said no, citing concerns for its students’ continued access.
Charlottesville City Schools becomes the third district in Virginia to pass collective bargaining
Teachers and other City School workers will soon negotiate contracts.
City Schools naming committee recommends Johnson Elementary School become Cherry Avenue and Burnley-Moran become Blue Mountain
The schools were named for people who were leaders during the Jim Crow era of legal racial segregation.
Charlottesville’s homeless shelter staff say demand for beds this winter is double what they can accommodate
It’s difficult to know how many people are experiencing homelessness at any given time, but available data and shelter staff experience show it is increasing dramatically.