by Sean Tubbs | November 21, 2017
The Charlottesville City Council has denied a rezoning request on Park Street that officials with the Monticello Area Community Action Agency have claimed is necessary for the survival of the organization. “To me, it comes ...
by Josh Mandell | November 21, 2017
The New York Times doesn’t publish many fourth-grade writing assignments, but Lindsay Wayland’s students at Johnson Elementary School made the cut. The Times recently launched a kids’ section that will be included with ...
by Josh Mandell | November 20, 2017
Albemarle County middle school students are flooding local movie theaters this week to see a new film about bullying, and how it can be prevented. “Wonder” follows Auggie Pullman, a fifth-grader with congenital facial deformities ...
by Sean Tubbs | November 19, 2017
As housing prices in Charlottesville continue to rise, some in the community are calling on local officials to take steps to create more affordable living choices for households with lower incomes. “We need to do ...
by Josh Mandell | November 17, 2017
The fifth grade at Virginia L. Murray Elementary School defeated a team of faculty and staff at the school’s 11th annual Turkey Bowl flag football game Friday with a score of 36-30. The fifth-grade ...
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