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An advisory group tasked with overseeing new infrastructure projects in Charlottesville has been shown two concepts for a new span to replace the Belmont Bridge .
9 hrs ago | The Bluegrass Blog
Here's the third installment in Bobby Osborne's set of video recollections in celebration of his 50th Anniversary as a member of The Grand Ole Opry.
Passengers are now able to access real-time arrival information. As stated in a previous release, the system went down due to last night's high winds.
Planning the Charlottesville city budget comes with a catch. State lawmakers are still locked in a stalemate over their spending plan.
Philip Glass will be the 2014 artist-in-residence at the University of Virginia from March 31 through April 2. Through his operas, symphonies and compositions for his own ensemble and his collaborations with artists ranging from Twyla Tharp to Allen Ginsberg, Woody Allen to David Bowie, Glass has had a wide impact on the music world.
The Arbor, a non-profit organization helping survivors of the illegal sex trade, held a workshop on Thursday in partnership with Creciendo Juntos to raise awareness about sex trafficking in Central Virginia.
Before his 2005 move to Charlottesville, Va., where he died Monday, Feb. 3, at age 90, University of Pennsylvania professor Thomas P. Hughes was a familiar presence in Chestnut Hill, bicycling to and from the early service at the Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, or buying crackers and cheese for the intimate gatherings of neighbors and Penn ... (more)
A nonprofit, all-volunteer theater in Charlottesville is taking the show on the road after high rent forced it out of the IX building.
An elementary school teacher accused of sexting with a teenage girl no longer faces child pornography charges in Charlottesville.
If the Hackensaw Boys had been around in any earlier era -- say, the '20s or '30s -- they might have been big stars.
Both Charlottesville and Albemarle schools want to support their teachers. Their budgets for the next school year include pay raises, and both school boards want to keep class sizes small.
The Charlottesville School Board last week discussed changing school start times for the 2014-15 school year so the elementary school day would begin before the middle school day.
An offer of free money is usually too good to be true, but several Charlottesville businesses learned today that money is being put back in their pockets thanks the Virginia Treasury.
Changes are ahead with the traffic pattern in one Charlottesville neighborhood after a tragic event on its streets last year.