First Lady Pamela Northam Addresses Statewide Issues at Summit on Early Childhood Education

First Lady Pamela Northam Addresses Statewide Issues at Summit on Early Childhood Education

On Tuesday, First Lady Pamela Northam and the Office of the Secretary of Education hosted a summit with education leaders, policymakers, and academic researchers at the University of Virginia to discuss early childhood education in the Commonwealth.

Author Jane Foy Discusses 'The A to Z Guide for Primary Caregivers of Dementia Patients'

Author Jane Foy Discusses 'The A to Z Guide for Primary Caregivers of Dementia Patients'

Caregivers for people with dementia are getting help and advice from a Charlottesville personality.

Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority Watch Drought Conditions

Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority Watch Drought Conditions

Despite the rain, members of the Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority are still keeping an eye on potential dry spells. On Tuesday, the board got an update on drought watch conditions that spread across the state and led to a declaration by the governor.

Volunteers Needed for JABA Medicare Counseling Program

Volunteers Needed for JABA Medicare Counseling Program

Medicare open enrollment is underway, and the Jefferson Area Board for Aging is seeing an increase in clients that need help making sense of it.

Charlottesville’s Nina-Alice Antony Named an ‘Up & Coming Lawyer’

Charlottesville’s Nina-Alice Antony Named an ‘Up & Coming Lawyer’

Nina-Alice Antony, Senior Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney, has been named by Virginia Lawyers Media as a member of its 2019 class of “Up & Coming Lawyers.”

JMRL Receives $36,000 Gift

JMRL Receives $36,000 Gift

The Central Library was recently gifted $36,000 to the Friends of the Library Family of Funds at the CACF from a patron’s estate.