Temperatures will top 100 degrees this weekend in Charlottesville. Here’s where you can get cool and other local resources.
Here are ways to get things done, get help or get involved. We use our reporting skills to help you navigate life in the Charlottesville area.
2022 Voter Guide and Election Results
Here’s what you need to know to make informed choices about who represents you.
You had questions about trees in Charlottesville. We got some answers.
Here are the answers to five of the most common questions we got about our reporting on the city’s declining tree canopy.
2021 Voter Guide
As 2021 has ushered in a new presidential administration— and locally, Charlottesville is seeking a new city manager— the year also contains several local and state-level elections. With the weight of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Virginians have the chance to vote incumbent or new voices into legislative and executive power. Within the city […]
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 […]
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 […]
Locally-created hotline connects food insecure people with nearest food resources
Cultivate Charlottesville, in collaboration with the City of Charlottesville and other community partners, has launched a 24/7 text hotline to connect central Virginians with food resources in their area.
Local COVID-19 vaccination updates
The latest local COVID-19 vaccination updates.
Special: Ongoing COVID-19 coverage
Our newsroom is focusing on working for you, our community, to help answer the questions you have about what’s happening about the pandemic.
2020 Voter Guide
2020 is not just a presidential election year. 2020 is the year that Virginians can vote to keep their senior senator or replace him, while one of the most sprawling congressional districts in the state will be open for a new representative. Virginia’s 5th Congressional District is the state’s largest geographically. Resembling the shape of […]