The department will host multiple dinners every week in communities where people have low incomes.
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Charlottesville City Schools receives $17 million state grant to complete Buford
The Virginia Department of Education grant closes up the gap Charlottesville needed to complete funding for Buford Middle School project.
The great nephew of one of the Burnley-Moran Elementary School namesakes defends his aunt’s legacy
Sarepta Moran was a white elementary school principal during segregation and a member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, but her nephew says that doesn’t mean she was racist.
Charlottesville police release more information about what caused yesterday’s three-school lockdown
Police say the man caught trespassing at Buford on Tuesday threatened violence toward a single student
Police lockdown three City Schools after discovering someone trespassing at Buford
City Schools says students are safe, but police will remain on campuses as a precaution.
The city and county are facing another summer of pool and beach closures because they don’t have enough lifeguards
The Smith Family Aquatic Center is already operating on limited hours because of a lifeguard shortage.
The long awaited, $90 million Buford Middle School renovation will begin in June
Construction is expected to continue until 2026.
Charlottesville City Schools is looking for more ideas to rename two elementary schools
A committee came up with new names for Burnely-Moran and Johnson elementary schools, but the school board voted to come up with more options.
CATEC Foundation asks City Schools to be more transparent about its plans for the technical school
“This is a dramatic change. The public should have an opportunity on this,” said foundation president Linda Seaman.
Researchers are still trying to identify the enslaved people buried in unmarked Pen Park graves
They hope making a database publicly accessible by this summer will help them identify the descendants of those who were enslaved on the former plantation that is now a public park.