Broadband brought Senator Mark Warner to central Virginia for the second straight day. The senator was part of a roundtable about boosting rural internet access hosted by Piedmont Virginia Community College Thursday, April 8.
Senator Mark Warner says despite some challenges the Blue Ridge Health District faced in the beginning of the vaccine rollout, he’s proud of the progress this team has made as the district heads into phase two next week.
If you’re pre-registered through the Virginia Department of Health and you’re in Phase 2 in the Blue Ridge Health District, you will be able to get your first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as early as Monday, April 12.
Charlottesville City Council is considering a new budget item that would guarantee more tenants have access to lawyers. Advocates say what’s being considered is not close to enough to solve the problem for good.
There are currently eight gender-neutral restrooms inside the University of Virginia School of Law building, but some students say they’re not easily accessible in between classes and need to be moved.
Cultivate Charlottesville, with the help of many community restaurants and partners, is distributing meals to students who qualify for free and reduced lunch, to make sure that kids don’t go hungry during spring break.
One of the victims of the pandemic budget cuts: a push to bring public defender pay more in line with prosecutors in Albemarle County. Supporters of the work being done say it’s not just about money, it’s about equality in the justice system.
The Ridley restaurant officially opened April1 in the Draftsman Hotel on West Main Street. The name pays homage to Dr. Walter Nathanial Ridley, the first Black student to graduate from the University of Virginia.