“I’d like to say that, along with this lovely spring that we are having, this is part of a new beginning. But, we have been fooled before so we’ll just have to wait and see,” said Dr. Reid Adams, UVA Health’s chief medical officer.
For many, having a “birth sister” can make a big difference for their health and well-being while pregnant and giving birth.
“I think the idea of having places to gather and green spaces with trees will be good for me and my neighbors,” said South First Street resident Estephany Kepchar.
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.
“What I think redlining and all of these nefarious urban planning decisions from the past show us is that decisions that we make can reverberate for a hundred years or more,” said Jeremy Hoffman, a researcher at the Science Museum of Virginia.
“It’s a conundrum,” said Nicole Winkler, the dean of Health and Life Sciences at Piedmont Virginia Community College. “It’s a quagmire. I don’t know how else to describe it.”
Charlottesville Tomorrow reporter Erin O’Hare talked about preparing for — and the consequences of — winter weather on the Soundboard podcast.
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.
While Dominion Energy says its crews are working around the clock, as of Thursday afternoon, more than 500 of its customers in Charlottesville, and more than 14,800 in Albemarle County, are still in the dark — and the cold.
The Blue Ridge Health District will host a town hall to answer your questions this week. A Tuesday evening townhall was postponed due to power outages.