At a time when reliable internet is so important for virtual school and remote work, “That’s just how life is. We’re going to try to do the most good for the most people with the least money," said Bucky Walsh, a member of ABBA.
Four cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Green County Public Schools. Three staff members at Ruckersville Elementary School and one staff member of William Monroe Middle School have tested positive.
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) wants to hear from the public about proposed improvement plans for 320 miles of the Interstate 64 and 664 corridor between the West Virginia state line and the Hampton Roads region.
Home sales surged across the commonwealth during the month of September and sales are expected to remain high for the rest of the year. Charlottesville home sales were up 29% in September compared to September 2019.
Cameron Webb, the 5th District Democratic nominee made a stop at Silverback Distillery Monday, October 19, to chat with Christine Riggleman, but on his way out, he ran into Representative Denver Riggleman.
A newly formatted gifted learning program in Charlottesville City Schools was in its beginning stages when the pandemic began. Now, the district is working to keep that program alive in an all-virtual learning environment.
The Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Museum wants you to know it is once again open and taking appointments for tours during the pandemic. The museum is the only one in the United States dedicated to Indigenous Australian art.
Tom Tom Foundation's Cities Rising Summit hosted a panel discussion titled "Scaffolding the Journey to Equity" Wednesday night. The focus was how to create systems that promote better access to education, resources and opportunities across economic and racial lines.