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Santa Speaks Out on What People Want for Christmas
We are two weeks away from Christmas and soon Santa Claus will be making his rounds to all of the nice and naughty children around the world.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
After Parting Ways with County, CARS Needs Funds
Months after breaking ties with Albemarle County, an all-volunteer rescue squad is trying to make it work.
Thomas Jefferson Survey Map to be Sold at Auction
A survey map drawn by Thomas Jefferson of land in Albemarle County is heading to the auction block.
Easement to protect historic property in Albemarle
The Piedmont Environmental Council says more than 500 acres of a historic property in Albemarle County will be protected from development.
Prosecutor Seeks Gag Order in Virginia Abduction Case
Commonwealth's Attorney Anthony Martin tells media outlets that he wants to prevent potential witnesses and others involved in the case from disclosing information that could hamper impaneling an impartial jury.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Safe Teen Driver: Driving on Ice and Snow
In Virginia, wintertime can be treacherous. When roads are covered in snow and ice conditions become dangerous for drivers, especially rookie teen drivers.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Wendy Roberman, Albemarle County
I was born in Temple, TX, and raised in Jericho , NY. Both of my parents were from Brooklyn, but my father was stationed at Fort Hood and he brought his new bride with him.
Crozet Streetscape has residents both concerned and delighted
However, years of construction work along Crozet Avenue and Jarmans Gap Road have left some residents a little apprehensive about continued disruption to traffic and business.
Crozet Dog Park Update
Recent discussions with the Albemarle County Department of Parks and Recreation have finalized the location of the proposed Crozet dog park and produced an agreement with the county to provide the land.
Secrets of the Blue Ridge: Children's Day at the Mountain Mission
Greene County children from Bacon Hollow's Victory Hill School and Dyke School combined for an all-day fun event.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
County Reverses Decision on Land Donation
Albemarle County has agreed to accept a gift of 410 acres to create a nature preserve , Sean Tubbs reports for Charlottesville Tomorrow.
Citizens Raise Landfill, Hunting Issues at Town Hall Meetings
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.
Jefferson-Madison Library is seeking public input on the Library's 5-year plan
"I think the best thing about the public library is that it serves all people -- from pre-schoolers all the way through retirees, We really do have books and materials that are of interest to everyone."
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Albemarle Recognized in 'Green Schools Challenge'
The Virginia School Board Association named Albemarle best in state for eco-friendly practices.
Murphy, Harrington Families to Raise Awareness for Missing Persons in Lynchburg
In light of Jamisha Gilbert's disappearance and death, the families of Morgan Harrington and Alexis Murphy are planning a press conference this weekend to raise awareness for missing young men and women.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
2 Men Arrested in Greene on Burglary Charges
On December 4, 2013 at 06:43 a.m. Greene County Sheriff's Office received a call for a burglary in progress on Narcissus Road in the Twin Lakes subdivision.
Red-light Cameras Slated for Pantops Hit a Speed Bump
The installation of an additional set of red-light cameras in Albemarle County have hit a speed bump, and there's no definitive timeline for when they'll be put in place.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Rivanna Pump Station construction bids well under budget
The cost of relocating the Rivanna Pump Station in the Woolen Mills neighborhood has come in millions of dollars below expectations.
Virginia National Bank Applauded for Community Involvement
Virginia National Bank is being applauded for its community involvement. VNB sponsors more than 150 nonprofits in and around Charlottesville and Albemarle County.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
New Northside Library passes design review
Plans for a new library on West Rio Road received the conditional approval of the Albemarle County Architectural Review Board on Monday.