by Emily Hays | April 21, 2018
Eliza Vesga, 11, has been able to understand some Spanish since she was little. Klei Stanford, 10, started learning Spanish this year when he moved from Greensboro, North Carolina, to Charlottesville. Eliza and Klei might ...
by Emily Hays | April 20, 2018
Construction will begin this summer to replace the Main Street Arena in downtown Charlottesville with the technology-focused Center of Developing Entrepreneurs. Some stakeholders hope to use the spotlight on CODE to put plans for the ...
by Sean Tubbs | April 19, 2018
The design for a new look and feel for Charlottesville’s West Main Street is still being developed more than four years after the firm Rhodeside & Harwell began work on the plan. “We’ve now ...
by Josh Mandell | April 19, 2018
Many education researchers have documented the academic achievement gap between students from high-income and low-income families. They also have shown that it persists from pre-kindergarten through college. Joseph Williams, an associate professor at the University ...
by Sean Tubbs | April 18, 2018
The Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review made a partial recommendation to approve the size and shape of a new downtown building Tuesday, but stopped short of full support after the acting city attorney noted a ...
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