by Sean Tubbs | May 21, 2018
The new administrator of Albemarle’s only town has briefed the county’s economic development authority on the potential that Scottsville has to offer to the greater community’s future. “We are 1.5 square ...
by Josh Mandell | May 20, 2018
A grassroots effort to bring a fully inclusive playground to the Charlottesville area will continue under the auspices of a familiar organization. The Arc of the Piedmont will serve as the fiscal agent for Bennett ...
by Sean Tubbs | May 19, 2018
The Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review has approved plans for a five-story office building that would replace the Tarleton Oak service station on East High Street. “I think there is something really impressive about what ...
by Emily Hays | May 19, 2018
When Matt Shields started teaching engineering at Charlottesville High School, he set himself a challenge: stop lecturing. Rather than tell students which leg of an LED connects to the positive end of the battery, he ...
by Emily Hays | May 17, 2018
On May 7, 2018, Charlottesville City Council spent ten minutes discussing three trees. The question was whether to designate the trees as either specimen or heritage trees, which cannot be intentionally destroyed unless authorized by ...
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