15 hrs ago
The Daily News Leader
Tunnel restoration details next month
The foundation that oversees the restoration planned for the abandoned tunnel through the Blue Ridge expects to come up with a detailed agenda for the project next month.
19 hrs ago
UVA Associate Dean Indicted on Child Porn Charges
The case against a University of Virginia associate dean accused of looking at online child porn is headed to trial.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
John Oprandy, Albemarle County
Born in Warwick NY raised there until I was almost 13 when we moved to Charlottesville where my raising was finished off.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Albemarle Buildings Demolished to Improve Site Value
Demolition is underway at two buildings on the Acme Visible Records site in Albemarle County due to an ongoing environmental cleanup.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Albemarle water authority endorses carbon filtration option
The Albemarle County Service Authority has chosen the cheaper of two filtration options being studied for use in the Charlottesville-Albemarle drinking water supply .
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Grand Jury Indicts Suspended UVa Dean on Child Pornography Charges
On Thursday, the grand jury indicted 50-year-old Michael Morris of Crozet on two counts of distribution of child pornography and one count of possession of child pornography.
Albemarle Co. Sheriff Seeking More Reserve Deputies
In a press release, Sheriff Harding said, "I am trying to keep the Reserve Division fully staffed to avoid having to ask the Board of Supervisors for additional paid staff."
Sat Nov 16, 2013
Albemarle Board of Supervisors Chair Holds Town Hall
With the coming transitions to the composition of the board, many from the public wanted to discuss what Mallek wants to see happen.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Cape Cod Times
The hair of the dog that bit those apples
A decade or so back, after gorging ourselves on Thanksgiving dinner, my extended family - gathered at my uncle's place in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains - bundled up for a walk, determined to burn off a hundredth of what we'd eaten.
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BRIEF: UVa associate dean waives preliminary hearing on child...
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Nov. 15--A University of Virginia associate dean accused of distributing child pornography waived his right to a preliminary hearing Thursday, sending his case to a federal grand jury next week.
Sat Nov 09, 2013
To the Editor: It's a Two-Way Highway
Letters reflect the opinions of their authors and not necessarily those of the Crozet Gazette.
Mary Buford Hitz Releases First Novel, Riding to Camille
Local author Mary Buford Hitz of Afton has released her first novel, Riding to Camille, a story about a party of horse trekkers who unexpectedly encounter Hurricane Camille while on a three-day excursion.
Fri Nov 08, 2013
Waylands Grant Neighbors Ask for Their Commons to Survive
Homeowners and residents of Crozet's Wayland's Grant neighborhood on Jarmans Gap Road are appealing to officials of Union First Market Bank in Charlottesville to convey two grassy undeveloped parcels it owns in the center of the development to their homeowner's association.
Quickstart Tennis Installing Courts at Crozet Elementary
Some lucky elementary school students in Crozet are set to get a big addition to their school - and Friday, they got some new equipment to go with it.
Crozet Shopping Center Repairs
The parking lot of the Crozet Shopping Center will be rejuvenated this month. Heavily trafficked sections will be milled and resurfaced and the rest resealed and restriped.
Dog Park in Planning for Crozet
Claudius Crozet Park is truly a gem for our small town. Its open spaces, facilities and view of the mountains make it a favored spot for running and walking on the local trail network , early morning boot camp, swimming, baseball, and soccer.
Bogle Named Crozet Firefighter of the Year
The Crozet Volunteer Fire Department gathered at King Family Vineyards October 19 to celebrate another successful year of service, the 103rd for the department, and to toast standout members and the department's community supporters.
Prospective Buyer of Lumberyard Seeks Zoning Rule Change
The lumberyard property, which lies north of The Square and across the tracks from Crozet Shopping Center, as it was when it was in full production in 2009.
Thu Nov 07, 2013
Renovation of Crozet Avenue Through Downtown Expected to Start in December
Linco, Inc., a Lyndhurst-based construction company, is the apparent low bidder for the "streetscape" project that will add storm drains, curbs, wide sidewalks and buried utility lines on Crozet Avenue between Tabor Street and The Square.