How We Move
by Tim Dodson | August 20, 2017
Now in its third year of operation, the University of Virginia’s bike-share program is continuing to grow and is considering ways to expand services. “You take that first ride for your midday mobility need ...
by Kayli Wren | August 20, 2017
Ten years after Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville purchased the Southwood Mobile Home Park in Albemarle County for redevelopment, construction is still years away. But a group of residents working closely with Habitat staff ...
August 20, 2017
Since a white nationalist rally brought hateful speech, violence and death to the Charlottesville community on Aug. 12, local educators have been preparing to support students and teach them about what took place. The superintendents ...
by Tim Dodson | August 19, 2017
Plans for a new building that will replace the Main Street Arena and Escafé on Charlottesville’s Downtown Mall are continuing to be developed and refined. On Tuesday evening, the city’s Board of Architectural ...
by Kayli Wren | August 18, 2017
Plans are in motion to secure funds for a study of Charlottesville’s Downtown Mall to evaluate its historic value and maintenance efforts and to suggest ways to better care for it. The PLACE Design ...
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