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Charlottesville Tomorrow sat down with a Charlottesville City Council candidate and an Albemarle County Board of Supervisors candidate to discuss how the two governments could enhance collaboration and share insights as the youngest candidates in local races. Responses have been edited for clarity Charlotte Rene Woods: Run For Something is an organization that supports new […]
Related Article: Charlottesville, Albemarle students rally in support of sustainable climate policy Midday Friday, about 100 students from various Charlottesville and Albemarle County schools marched on the Downtown Mall, ending and beginning at the Freedom of Speech Wall. The march, which was for stating that governments have failed future generations by not cutting emissions and […]
Aside from recognizing area businesses and educators, the Charlottesville Business Innovation Council on Thursday awarded scholarships and grants to support science, technology education and student entrepreneurship at its 21st annual awards gala. “We want to make sure that everyone knows about the best of the best of what’s happening and encourage more companies to aspire […]
On this edition of Soundboard, Charlotte, Giles, and Elliott look at Charlottesville Tomorrow’s 2019 Voter Guide and where the fault lines are between different candidates in the Charlottesville and Albemarle County primaries.
Del. David J. Toscano, D-57th, is stepping back from state politics for now, but he’s in no way a retired man. “One of the things that’s really hilarious is that people think that I’m retiring,” the former House minority leader said. “I’m retiring from the General Assembly, but I’m not retiring from my law practice,” […]
Democratic Charlottesville City Council candidates aligned on ideas for how to address climate change at a forum this week hosted by the Sierra Club. As the five sat in Council Chambers in seats three of them could officially occupy, they complimented and riffed off each other’s shared ideas, such as increasing public transportation ridership, using […]
If it looks like a Target and is the size of a Target, it might just be a Target. An artist’s rendering of a proposed development on the site of the now-shuttered Kmart depicts what appears to be a 40,000-square-foot department store dressed in the guise of a Target store. The drawing is part of […]
On WTJU’s Soundboard this week, Charlotte, Giles, and Elliott talk with host Eliza Wilson about news on the latest tenants moving into the historic Woolen Mills factory.
An event space with a restaurant and brewery will pour into the remaining space at the forthcoming Woolen Mills development in Albemarle County. With construction anticipated to last the year, and WillowTree already committed to leasing about 85,000 square feet of space, the remaining 12,000 square feet of space will be home to The Wool […]