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City Council Adopts 2 Bills in Response to Summer Events
Charlottesville City Council is figuring out what things it wants to change following the violence that occurred on August 12. One of Council’s recommendations would look to restrict weapons in public spaces.
Updated: Charlottesville Leasing 75 Parking Spaces for Dewberry Hotel
Charlottesville City Council will be providing the Dewberry Hotel 75 parking spaces once the project completed. Councilors made their decision during their meeting Monday.
Update: City Council Passes Program for Low-Risk Offenders
A proposed measure on Charlottesville City Council's agenda Monday night could change the way low-risk offenders pay their debt to society.
City Council Discusses Replacing Citizen's Advisory Panel
City Councilors will take up the issue of the Charlottesville Police Citizen’s Advisory Panel at its meeting on Monday. The panel sent a letter to councilors earlier in November stating that it has not been fully effective and a change needs to be made.
Group Calls for City to Pay Fine for Tarps Covering Statues
The legal battle continues over two Confederate statues in a pair of Charlottesville downtown parks. The same group that’s fighting to keep those statues downtown is calling on a judge to force the city to remove the tarps covering them.
Charlottesville Judge Dismisses Assault Case Against Veronica Fitzhugh
An assault case against activist Veronica Fitzhugh has been dismissed by a Charlottesville judge.
VDOT Installs Fences Along I-64, Sees Reduction in Crashes Involving Wildlife
A fence lining a mile-long stretch of I-64 in Albemarle County is dramatically reducing crashes involving wildlife. VDOT installed the fence in Ivy as the first test site in the commonwealth for this safety system.
Best Pixel 2 & Pixel 2 XL Black Friday & Cyber Monday Deals of 2017, Compiled by Black Friday Dealer
Black Friday Dealer have tracked prices across a number of retailers to find the most popular Pixel 2 Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals of 2017. The best deals this year are: Google Pixel 2 Unlocked 64GB...
Emergency Regulations Governing Events at Lee Monument in Richmond Enacted
Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced that the Virginia Department of General Services has promulgated emergency regulations to govern permitted events at the Robert E. Lee Monument located in Richmond.
Trial Rescheduled for Man Accused of Attempted Malicious Wounding of a Police Officer
A man shot by state police after allegedly pulling out a knife is asking for a jury trial. Thirty-four-year old Shaun Riley of Elkton was scheduled for a bench trial on Monday, November 20, in Augusta Circuit Court.