A truck honoring Heather Heyer, George Floyd and Breonna Taylor acts as a makeshift roadblock in downtown Charlottesville as organizers of an …
Tay Washington initially thought her injuries were limited, but as time passed, she was diagnosed with a more serious condition that has prevented her from working.
Event planned for Market Street Park on Wednesday could violate an ordinance put in place after August 12, 2017 and another in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
At a meeting Tuesday, residents of the area around the intersection of Burnley Station Road, Fray's Mill Road and U.S. 29 said they have concerns about planned changes to the area.
The James River Water Authority on Wednesday will decide whether to ask the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to pause the permitting process for a raw water intake and pumping station planned for the site of Rassawek, the historic capital of the Monacan Indian Nation.
The River's Edge development will feature units between 900 and 1,200 square feet and be situated on 29 North.
Albemarle County will be the first area locality to remove a Confederate monument next month, after the Board of Supervisors on Thursday voted to tear down the Confederate soldier statue in Court Square.
The Albemarle County Board of Supervisors will hold a virtual public hearing at 6 p.m. on Thursday to begin discussions about the Confederate soldier statue outside the county courthouse in Charlottesville.