by Josh Mandell | April 25, 2017
More than 100 parents joined their children at Stone-Robinson Elementary School’s Design Challenge Night on Tuesday to experience Albemarle County Public Schools’ maker curriculum firsthand. Stone-Robinson Principal Kristen Williams said that the school started ...
by Josh Mandell | April 23, 2017
AT A GLANCE The economic impact of the CFA Institute’s Global Operations Center in fiscal year 2016 in Charlottesville and the counties of Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene and Nelson: » Total industry output: $261 million » Value ...
by Josh Mandell | April 22, 2017
AMPEL Bio Solutions, a biomedical research think tank in Charlottesville, recently announced a partnership with another health care startup in the city to tackle a vexing problem of drug development: recruiting and retaining patients in ...
by Sean Tubbs | April 21, 2017
Supervisor Palmer tops Lowry in first finance report of 2017 Two Democratic challengers for Charlottesville City Council outraised incumbent Bob Fenwick by about $10,000 each in the first quarter of 2017, state documents show ...
by Sean Tubbs | April 20, 2017
As Charlottesville continues to experience a building and redevelopment boom, some officials are hoping increased public participation in the Comprehensive Plan update can help ensure that the city grows in a manner that benefits all ...
City Land Use