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

Albemarle Co. family “chalks up” positivity to being outside during COVID-19

  Albemarle County lunch program during coronavirus shutdown expands

  Charlottesville School Board hopes to celebrate graduating seniors during coronavirus shutdown

  UVA Health System prepares for more potential coronavirus cases in central Virginia

Farmers digging for more customers during coronavirus pandemic

Stores working to keep cleaning supplies stocked amid coronavirus pandemic

  Citizen Burger closes, gives food staples to employees

  Albemarle County Public Schools work to keep students fed

  Charlottesville Girl Scout troop creates ‘cookie-bot’ to increase sales

Homeschool parent offers advice during COVID-19 school closure

Charlottesville volunteers make sure lunch is served during school closure

Kluge-Ruhe museum closes because of spread of coronavirus

James Monroe’s Highland temporarily closes

Tom Tom Festival postponed because of coronavirus concerns

  MHS students prepare for musical theater pre-college program as part of Tony Award

UVA, VHSL basketball games stay on schedule amid coronavirus concerns

Virginia Festival of the Book canceled amid coronavirus concerns

  Albemarle County hosts discussion and tour of Court Square

Charlottesville’s Smith Aquatic Center may close for renovations over the summer

  Donations for Charlottesville’s sister city in Ghana are stacking up

  Students compete in skills assessment at CATEC

  Charlottesville Court Square subcommittee seeks input on marker

  Confusion about who can help with alleged rabid fox

  Virginia REAL ID start date approaches

  Mapping C’ville project plans event to teach people about racially restricting deeds

  Monticello celebrates 100th year of Garden Club of Virginia with tree planting

  Albemarle Co. family living without central heating given new HVAC unit

  Black History Month poster removed at Albemarle County School

  UVA research on enslaved laborers expected to continue

  Searching for donations for Charlottesville’s sister city