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While Albemarle County grapples with the ownership of a preschool program for at-risk youth, Charlottesville City Schools is taking a different approach.
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According to the Harvard Gazette, the researchers used a life satisfaction survey and looked at health data to rank the locations.
If you've driven down Water Street in Charlottesville, chances are you have passed by the clock that sits outside of the Clock Shop of Virginia at least once.
The Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority is shelling out more money than it planned on because Albemarle County and the city of Charlottesville have yet to make a property easement decision.
The Ronald McDonald House of Southwest Virginia has hired Ms. Jeanne M. Bollendorf as its new Director of Community Development.
Since it opened back in February, the Fontaine Avenue Fire Station has been a predominant building in the Charlottesville community.
Work to create a smoother ride will cause some bumps in the road for traffic at one busy Charlottesville intersection.
Aspiring chefs have the chance to launch their careers through a new culinary arts program at Piedmont Virginia Community College.
We have a traffic alert for drivers in Charlottesville. Construction on the Route 250 Mcintire Road interchange will cause new lane closures and delays.
Students in 1st through 8th grade in Charlottesville and Albemarle County public schools need help to get ready for the new school year.
Since their first meeting back in November of last year, the Human Rights Commission has been working on fulfilling their purpose of acting as a strong advocate for justice and equal opportunities for people in Charlottesville.
Police officers are who we call when we need help. They have difficult and dangerous jobs racing from one 911 call to the next.
The event took place at The Haven. The crowd cheered on performers, and contestants who came from around the country to take to the stage and strut their stuff.
Request for qualifications going out this week Now that the Western Bypass is history, local government officials are preparing for a near future in which over $200 million worth of transportation projects will be built to alleviate traffic congestion on U.S. 29 .
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Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 11:10 am
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