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The overarching question posed Saturday at an open house about West Main Street was what the artery should look like as the 21st century unfolds.
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Residents at a town hall meeting White Hall District Supervisor Ann Mallek held Nov. 16 at the White Hall Community Building raised concerns over illegal hunting, intoxicated drivers leaving local wineries and the future of county solid waste services.
We've been monitoring this one for the past week. Now, the timing and impact of a major storm system with an Arctic Blast of cold air are becoming clearer.
Right now, there seems to be no good way into Downtown Charlottesville right now.
John Singleton Mosby, who was born on Dec. 6, 1833, was a relatively small man; he was a lawyer and lover of history, and partial to the poems of Lord Byron; yet when mounted on his large, gray horse, leading his 43rd Battalion Virginia Partisan Rangers, he was transformed into a specter who haunted Union Army units during the Civil War.
Charlottesville police officers will soon be out directing traffic through the Route 250 Bypass and McIntire Road intersection as crews work to repave the road.
Different may be good, but let's face it: Different can be scary. We like the familiar and dislike the unknown, and that continues to be a challenge for wine drinkers, myself included.
The ABC 8 News StormTracker weather team is keeping a close eye on a storm that could bring wintry weather our way on Sunday, Dec. 8. Power outages could become an issue , along with hazardous road conditions .
Though finals are just around the corner, holiday spirit is beginning to roam the air around Grounds.
Lake Monticello's Jean-Jacques Bevilacqua loves to sing. Before moving to Virginia in the 1990s, he made his living in the Paris entertainment industry - singing, writing lyrics, playing guitar, touring as a stagehand with other groups and cleaning recording studios.
If you have some free time on your hands this holiday season, a number of nonprofits are looking for you.
Media outlets report that 50-year-old Michael G. Morris of Crozet entered his plea Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Charlottesville.
Virginia National Bank is being applauded for its community involvement. VNB sponsors more than 150 nonprofits in and around Charlottesville and Albemarle County.
Winter Storm Warning for Charlottesville County was issued at December 08 at 4:08AM EST