Dean of UVA Law School to step down at end of academic year
Risa Goluboff, dean of the UVA School of Law, announced on Thursday that she will leave her post at the end of the academic year.
Black Business Expo meant to celebrate and uplift community
The seventh annual Black Business Expo is Friday at Ix Art Park from 2:00-9:00 p.m. There will be 40 booths from black owned businesses; panels on marketing, finance and media; and a business pitch competition.
Kaine and Warner sound the alarm on government shutdown
Lawmakers say a potential government shutdown could impact the work they do for you.
Breweries can soon distribute beer themselves, skip over third party distributor
Virginia brewers will soon be able to sell their product without a third-party distributor.
Pet Project: Shrimp
For Pet Project on Sept. 21, meet Shrimp.
UVA students can now major in data science
The State Council of Higher Education for Virginia approved an undergraduate major for the UVA School of Data Science.
ECC completes upgrade of phone infrastructure
This major upgrade was completed on Sept. 19, and the ECC has now implemented the ESInet Next Generation 911 System.
'Get out to vote' event coming up
PVCC students want to achieve a higher voter registration rate among community members, provide resources and tools for voter education, and ensure a higher voter turnout.
Orange ending option to pay real estate, property taxes over phone
Starting Sept. 29, the Orange County Treasurer’s Office says the automated pay-by-phone payment option will be terminated.
No injuries reported in crawlspace fire
The incident occurred just before 4 p.m. Wednesday on the 5100 block of Browns Gap Turnpike.
Blue Ridge Mountain Maze opening at new location
The Blue Ridge Mountain Maze has been a part of our community for years now, and they are excited to bring a new and bigger version to Blue Toad Cider for this year’s corn maze.
Wild Virginia launches campaign against PFAS
Wild Virginia is launching a new campaign, calling on officials to stop PFAS releases into the environment, according to a release.
Spanberger frustrated with looming government shutdown
In a virtual town hall tonight, 7th District Representative Abigail Spanberger shared her thoughts on what might happen and explain what she's doing to stop it.
Carniville for Charlottesville set for Sunday
The second annual Carniville for Charlottesville is going to be held from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday at Madison Bowl.
United Way Day of Caring completes 115 service projects
Wednesday was the United Way Day of Caring, which is one of largest annual volunteer events in the country. A total of 1,700 participants completed 115 service projects in the area.
The Drive Fore STEM golf tournament was in full swing Wednesday. It raised money for STEM (science, technology, math and engineering) opportunities for local youth.
CPD investigating internal incident
Charlottesville Police Department investigating whether or not an officer kicked a homeless person in Market Street Park.
Working from home impacts Charlottesville's housing market
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, about 70% of movers in Charlottesville came from outside the local area, an inflow of about 19,000 people.
CPD arrests second suspect in May shooting
Zayon Jamir Payne was arrested on Sept. 13.
Seeking information in fraudulent check cashing case
The incident occurred between Aug. 25 and 28 when an unknown group defrauded a local business by using fraudulent checks worth more than $20,000 in total.
Early voting begins this Friday
People will be able to begin casting their ballots for the upcoming election in person at their local registrar’s office and any other designated locations.
Shenandoah National Park celebrates National Public Lands Day
National Public Lands Day has been the largest, single-day volunteer effort for public lands in the country, and SNP is hosting several events.
Loop de 'Ville set for the weekend
Outdoor enthusiasts will find a wealth of things to do at the Loop de 'Ville Trail Festival, which celebrates the trails of Charlottesville and Albemarle County.
Salvation Army of Charlottesville is getting a makeover
The original Salvation Army building has sat on Ridge Street now for 60 years. It’s served the community well, but there are some changes that could be made that would help the organization's mission. It's time for a makeover.
11th annual Salvation Army Telethon was held Tuesday night
Tuesday night, the 11th annual Salvation Army of Charlottesville Bob Kahn Memorial Telethon took place.