by Sean Tubbs | January 23, 2017
Charlottesville could improve its municipal government operations by streamlining some city departments, conducting property assessments every other year and taking other steps outlined in a $101,250 study to be presented to City Council on ...
by Josh Mandell | January 22, 2017
In 2015, the Virginia Department of Transportation concluded that a guardrail product used on roads throughout the state was defective and could cause the metal rails to spear vehicles and their occupants in a head-on ...
by Aaron Richardson | January 22, 2017
An information technology manager at the software firm Health Data Services is the first candidate to file paperwork to run for Charlottesville City Council in 2017. Stanford Dale Woodson, 31, grew up outside Scottsville and ...
by Aaron Richardson | January 21, 2017
Charlottesville-based online wedding marketplace Borrowed and Blue recently closed a Series A fundraising round that company officials hope will propel the business past its competition. The 22-employee firm, headquartered on Market Street, raised $7 ...
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Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Light House Studio