I have seen the displacement of Black Charlottesvillians continue throughout my adult life.
To Mike Anger in Midland, Michigan, a $100 round-trip airline flight and $260 for five nights at a Las Vegas hotel made it too easy to say yes.
“Vaccine supplies are increasing, everyone 16 and older is eligible and we want to make it easy and convenient for everyone in the community to get vaccinated as quickly as possible.”
Now comes word that Charlottesville and Albemarle court caseloads haven’t risen as much as predicted.
“We’ve got some friends in Texas who described how much fun the ice house concept is, and it made us think how cool an outdoor gathering space would be, especially in a destination like Gordonsville.”
Nine Norfolk Southern train cars came off the tracks early Wednesday morning in downtown Roanoke.
Charlottesville planners don’t support the city’s proposed capital spending plan, saying it doesn’t invest enough in affordable housing.
The purchase is part of an agreement between the city and county to keep county courts downtown and to construct a new co-located General District Court.
Chip and Joanna Gaines became household names with their award-winning “Fixer Upper” reality show on HGTV, in which they chose what they described as the worst homes in the best neighborhoods for a makeover that featured Chip’s demolition and construction prowess and Joanna’s design skills.
Charlottesville has awarded a contract to construct a shared-use path along Water Street south of downtown.
A rezoning application for 999 Rio Road — a mixture of apartments, small houses and commercial space — was supported by the county’s Planning Commission on Tuesday night.
A report that the Staunton City Council is considering the closure of its Gypsy Hill golf course, is welcome news. That City Council has subsidized this recreation for so few, at a cost to so many, is more about a favored past than a present reality.
Final reviews are underway for phase one of Orange’s Main Street enhancement project which will include sidewalk improvements, streetlights, outdoor furniture and plants from the intersection at Byrd Street west to the train tracks.
When Ethan Martin was a kid, his grandfather gave him a fly rod. In 2019, Martin is opening TaleTellers Fly Shop on Commerce Street in downtow…
Cofounders Chris Brown and Zach Toth want Benny’s to be about the pizza and more. They take pride in the revitalization of historic downtowns.
The efforts of Bird and Lime are part of a temporary pilot program enacted by Charlottesville City Council on Nov. 5.