This week, the first 39 families ready to move into their new homes as part of the Southwood mobile home park transformation got an early Christmas present as “Horizon Road” leading back toward their new home sites was paved.
As we fast approach the end of the year, busy with holiday plans, merrymaking, and gift- giving, please take a moment to consider how you can give a gift that will benefit your whole community.
This fall, Building Goodness Foundation celebrated one year of serving local nonprofits, small businesses, and low-income homeowners through C’ville Builds.
Being a caregiver can be stressful. It can consume your life so much that you forget to take care of your own needs. Likewise, having to be cared for can be stressful, too. Accepting losses of independence, along with the fear that comes along with that, can lead to additional health problems and depression. That’s […]
The popular film screening event, the INDIE SHORT FILM SERIES returns to Charlottesville’s Vinegar Hill Theatre on Saturday, December 11th and January 15th. The Indie Short Film Series was introduced to Charlottesville in 2019 with instantaneous success with programs of award-winning short films as seen at the Sundance Film Festival and many other international festivals. […]
GivingTuesday is meant to be a day that encourages people to do good, and it intentionally takes place the Tuesday after Thanksgiving to “promote generosity.”
Cville Downtown Mall is alive with exciting holiday festivities: New lighting, new decorations, new window displays, and a new Saturday afternoon concert series.
The Mildred W. Spicer Arts Fund, a Charlottesville-based initiative designed to enhance artistic discovery and creativity, is pleased to announce the winners of its annual Arts Award.
Twice Is Nice, Charlottesville’s leading upscale resale boutique, today announced its 2021 grants, totaling $75,000, to eight community 501(c)(3) nonprofits with programs dedicated to servicing seniors in need.
The 2021 Artisans Studio Tour includes 46 artisans in 21 local studios, including 9 guest artists from outside the area – from Staunton, Richmond, Lynchburg, Leesburg, Hopewell, and Tidewater.