by Emily Hays | October 14, 2018
The Yancey Community Center is starting to become a reality as long-term tenants finalize leases for the former elementary school. The Albemarle County Board of Supervisors was set to approve the Jefferson Area Board for ...
by Josh Mandell | October 12, 2018
Most fifth- and sixth-graders don’t know who makes the financial decisions that affect their daily lives at school, beyond the fact that the decision-makers are all grownups. But this year, students at Charlottesville’s ...
by Josh Mandell | October 11, 2018
Long before Joseph DePlato became a cybersecurity expert, he was a cyberthreat to his own middle school. DePlato, co-founder and chief technology officer at Bluestone Analytics in Charlottesville, said he was handed a suspension after ...
by Josh Mandell | October 09, 2018
RICHMOND — A coalition of Virginia business executives is concerned that a “patchwork quilt” of early childhood programs isn’t effectively preparing the commonwealth’s future workforce. “Virginia has yet to adopt the guiding vision and ...
by Emily Hays | October 05, 2018
Money is moving on Charlottesville affordable housing projects. The City Council has approved distributing $2.4 million from the Charlottesville Affordable Housing Fund to the local Habitat for Humanity, the Albemarle Housing Improvement Program and ...
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