Lottye Lockhart

Lottye Lockhart


Charlottesville, Va.

Lottye joined the NBC 29 news team in July of 2018. She is thrilled to be back where she was raised after graduating from George Mason University with a degree in communication.

Lottye created the public relations team at the George Mason Office of Student Media, and reported on the Women's March and a visit by Alicia Boe of the Netflix series "13 Reasons Why." She also served as a White House intern and an actress at the Workhouse Arts Theater in Lorton.

When she isn't talking to people, Lottye loves to work on her bullet journal, play music, and dance.

Recent Articles by Lottye

  Artist puts masks on animal statues at UVA Children’s Hospital

  C’ville Pride offering grants through COVID-19 emergency fund for LGBTQ+ community

  Albemarle County police offer guidance on driving home with to-go cocktails

UVA Health opens up hotline for those without primary care physician

Triple C Camp in Albemarle Co. suspends activities amid COVID-19 pandemic

  Downtown Mall restaurants grappling with loosened restrictions under Phase One rules

  Central Virginia restaurants consider changes under phase one of Safer at Home Order

Albemarle Co. day camp finds ways to teach STEAM during COVID-19

Champion Brewing in Charlottesville offers delivery nationwide

Jefferson Trust Grant may help UVA students track potential spread of COVID-19

  Real estate agent says housing market impacts from COVID-19 may hit later in 2020

Creatures Great and Small in Albemarle County uses social distancing drop-off system during COVID-19 shutdown

  Auto experts in central Virginia offer advice for car maintenance during the coronavirus shutdown

  UVA Health System cuts hours, furloughs workers due to COVID-19

Live Arts in Charlottesville plans online theater festival amid COVID-19 pandemic

  "Lavender rooms” created at UVA Health to help nurses during COVID-19 crisis

Charlottesville restaurant Monsoon Siam offers free delivery to keep orders coming during COVID-19 shutdown

Charlottesville extends local tax penalty suspension and city hall closure due to coronavirus

  James River Association keeps Chesapeake Bay Watershed clean with added flora in central Virginia

  MASK UP initiative gets masks to people of color in Charlottesville

  Music Resource Center in Charlottesville offers online opportunities to students

Charlottesville child advocacy center monitoring number of abuse cases during COVID-19 pandemic

  Albemarle Co. martial arts studio offers online lessons during coronavirus shutdown

  Medical professionals discuss need for COVID-19 tests on Democratic Party phone call

Limited bus service, park closures among measures to stop the spread of COVID-19 in Charlottesville

Louisa County quilter makes masks for those in need

  Charlottesville company creating touch-free ICU monitors

  UVA professor: mental toll of COVID-19 pandemic causing stress injuries

  ‘Avenue to Happiness’ brings recognition to everyday events

  Naborforce spreads ‘Kindnessgrams’ during coronavirus outbreak