Elsa Coffey, a freshman at CHS, noticed some students who stopped wearing their masks on March 1, but quickly went back to masking when they realized they were in the minority.
Janasha Bradford and her family struggled with money after her father’s death. Now, she wants to give children the financial literacy she wishes she had.
Charlottesville City Schools superintendent told community members that while positive cases have been declining in recent weeks, community transmission is still classified as high in the district.
Historians are searching for other descendants of the dozens of enslaved people believed to be buried near Meadowcreek Golf Course.
Virginia’s Senate passed bills this week that would allow local governments to use revenue from sales tax increases to fund school construction projects. Lawmakers suspect legislation could pass the House too.
Gov. Glenn Youngkin wants to end masking requirements in schools. Local school districts are pushing back.
“You can’t strand my kid and not tell me,” said Albemarle County Public Schools parent Amanda Urban.
People left without power say it’s been a brutal week. Some sought warmth in nearby hotels or houses of relatives or friends, others offered aid to friends and neighbors.
Charlottesville-Albemarle Technical Education Center, in partnership with the Emergency Food Network, is giving out packages of food to some of their high school students and families over the holiday break. During the pandemic, teachers at the technical education center saw an increasing number of their students’ families were struggling to get enough food. So, last […]
The holiday season calls for giving. Food pantries across the country are receiving donations in droves, but what should you be giving? One in six people in Charlottesville are considered food insecure, according to the PB&J Fund. The city exceeds the state average at 11.9% or over 1 in ten people. Food banks are a […]