by Tim Dodson | May 23, 2017
Albemarle is one step closer to allowing the construction of solar farms after the county’s Planning Commission endorsed a zoning text amendment at its meeting Tuesday. “The applicant in this case hopes to develop ...
by Josh Mandell | May 23, 2017
Fidelis Greens, an agricultural startup near Crozet, is located on a picturesque 154-acre farm. But most of its work is confined to a much smaller space. The company grows tiny, flavorful microgreens inside a repurposed ...
by Josh Mandell | May 22, 2017
The Charlottesville Scholarship Program celebrated eight new award recipients at CitySpace on Monday. The winners are 2017 graduates of Charlottesville High School from low or middle-income households. Many will be the first in their families ...
by Tim Dodson | May 21, 2017
Four local high school students have been named as recipients of a scholarship honoring the legacy of two longtime Albemarle County educators. Casey Alexander, Jordan Burnley, Karuna Dahal and Shemya Key were honored as Minor ...
by Josh Mandell | May 20, 2017
Mass-produced consumer products — from cellphones to SUVs — are made from a vast assortment of synthetic materials, which in turn are composed of any number of chemicals. Some of these chemicals are known to be toxic ...
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