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Out of gas: How the Colonial Pipeline crisis affected the Charlottesville area and what to expect

*This is a developing story and this page will be updated frequently Following a May 7 cybersecurity attack on Georgia-based Colonial Pipeline that prompted the company to shut off its service, several states, including Virginia, experienced a fuel shortage. The pipeline, which runs from eastern Texas up and over into New Jersey is a major […]

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Abre clínica de vacunación contra el COVID-19 para hispanohablantes en Charlottesville

A partir del 26 de abril, el Distrito de Salud Blue Ridge tiene una clínica de vacunación contra el COVID-19 para hispanohablantes que operará todos los lunes de 4:30 a 7:30 de la tarde. Está ubicada en la antigua tienda de JCPenney en 1600 E Rio Road, Charlottesville. El distrito requiere que las personas hagan una […]

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Special: Ongoing schools coverage during COVID-19 pandemic

Do you have any local questions about COVID-19 and public education? Contact Billy Jean Louis at bjeanlouis@cvilletomorrow.org, Jessie Higgins at jhiggins@cvilletomorrow.org and Marie Ungar at mungar@cvilletomorrow.org; visit our Facebook page or send us a direct message on Twitter @cvilletomorrow.  Our newsroom has made the commitment to dig deep and focus on working for you, our community, to help answer […]

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The path to net zero

The city, county, and governor set greenhouse gas emissions goals. Now what? The future may not mean the flying cars of science fiction, but it could mean more electric vehicles; robust public transportation and urban planning with bike/pedestrian thoroughfares; and a greener energy grid overall. With Gov. Ralph Northam having outlined a goal for a […]