Charlottesville City » Page 5

Virginia Chamber of Commerce logo

Business Survey On Employer Needs

The Virginia Chamber of Commerce is asking businesses what they need in their employees.


Virginia Oyster Harvest Up

Last year saw a 24% increase.

Digital Camera

Phi Kappa Psi Sues Rolling Stone

A $26.4 million lawsuit has been filed against Rolling Stone magazine and author Sabrina Ruben Erdely.

29 North Sign 2

Partial Closing Of 29 North Postponed

An overnight closing of part of 29 North has been postponed until late Wednesday into early Thursday.

Department of Corrections Logo

Corrections Department Hiring Veterans

The Department of Corrections wants to hire about 100 more veterans.

Pedestrian Bridge Concept (credit Pantops Walkability Committee) (we have permission to use)

Pedestrian Bridge Proposed For Pantops

A committee wants a pedestrian bridge built on Pantops at Richmond Road and Rolkin Road.

Charlottesville Police Logo

Cars Broken Into On Rose Hill Drive

Charlottesville Police say there was a rash of cars broken into on Rose Hill Drive.

Savage Terrence 110915

Arrest In June Attempted Robbery

A suspect has been charged with attempted robbery in connection with an incident in June.

Christmas Tree (clipart)

Want A Christmas Tree? Buy Local!

The latest guide lists growers in every county.

Digital Camera

Tour At Lewis & Clark Center

Area residents spent part of Sunday learning more about the Lewis and Clark Exploratory Center at Darden Towe Park.

Born on the Fourth of July 110715 CC

Virginia Film Festival Wraps Up

Thosands of movie fans have completed their annual journey to Charlottesville for the Virginia Film Festival.

Accident 250 Bypass Dairy Rd 112213 (Credit CFD)

Latest City Speed Limit Enforcement Areas

The 250 Bypass is on the latest list of streets getting extra attention from Charlottesville Police.

Albemarle County Seal (RG)

Anxious Moments For Bus Passengers

A bus accident Saturday night on Carter Mountain Road resulted in anxious moments for more than 50 passengers.

Montpelier Races 110511 (RG)

Horse Protection Advocates Attend Montpelier

An organization that strives to protect animals from neglect appeared at this year's Montpelier Races.

Poindexter Travis Mozelle 110815 (sent to us)

Valley Man Arrested At Local Motel

Charlottesville and Waynesboro Police teamed up to arrest a suspect in the mid-August robbery of a convenience store in the Shenandoah Valley.


Mark Warner Will Get Videos Of Vets

U.S. Senator Mark Warner will receive more than 50 videos with the personal recollections of World War Two veterans.


UVA Falls To Miami 27-21

Miami Edges UVA 27-21 in a Saturday game played in south Florida.

Lunsford Denise AlbCirc 062515

Suit Against Lunsford Continues

A Richmond lawyer says a lawsuit against outgoing Albemarle Commonwealth's Attorney Denise Lunsford will continue.

Jones Kentavia Tyree  Gentry Gregory Allen Davies Thomas William 110615

Three Arrested In Separate Cases

City Police have arrested suspects in three unrelated cases.

Green Charlene 110615 (sent to us)

New Manager For City Human Rights Office

Charlottesville has a new manager for the Office of Human Rights.

Latest News

in Music

This week’s top alternative tracks


LISTEN: This week's top alternative songs, according to the weekly Billboard chart.

in Entertainment

Anne Hathaway expecting first child


The Oscar winner is expecting her first child, according to reports.

in Music

Jack White launches new Third Man Records store in Detroit


Rocker Jack White has launched his first Third Man Records venture in his native Detroit.

in Black Friday, Lifestyle, National

Black Friday crowds thin in subdued start to holiday shopping


America's annual Black Friday shopping extravaganza was short on fireworks this year.

in Election, Local, Surrounding Counties, UVA, Virginia Assembly

Ex-House Speaker Tom Moss Dies

House of Delegates  052411

A Norfolk Democrat who was the last member of his party to be the Speaker of the House of Delegates died Thanksgiving Day in South Carolina.