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Will a proposed grocery story revitalize a low income neighborhood, or be the start of gentrification?
Plus, looks like your real estate taxes are going up — again.
Come June, the only shelter for seriously ill people experiencing homelessness will be gone
And the affordable housing project planned to replace it is postponed.
City Schools is about to take charge of technical education for students across Central Virginia
And the Charlottesville school system hasn’t figured out what it plans to do with it.
Man shot by police was hoping to see sick father “one time” before going to jail
Charlottesville City Schools are positioned to rename two more elementary schools.
The number of people experiencing homelessness is rising faster than shelters can keep up
And the man police shot near the Red Roof Inn died.
Should people with nonviolent felonies be allowed to work for City Schools?
Also, Charlottesville police shot someone near Hydraulic and the 250
A new UVA board member’s inflammatory text messages intensify the controversy around his appointment
Plus, some lighter reading in First Person Charlottesville.
Raise taxes or cut costs? Scottsville is facing tough choices
Plus, a new city councilor was appointed in Charlottesville.
How will we ever make Charlottesville an affordable place to live?
Plus, some news from the newsroom.