United Way of Greater Charlottesville and the Tom Tom Foundation are partnering up to host Exposed, a virtual series about COVID-19's exposure of deep-rooted inequities in communities across the nation.
It is looking like there will be fireworks this 4th of July in Charlottesville! The McIntire Park show has been cancelled but another display launched from the top of Carter Mountain is slated for this Saturday night.
Charlottesville announced Thursday, July 2, that funds from the Small Business Relief Grant will help businesses that have endured significant interruption due to the required closures caused by COVID-19.
Dr. Taison Bell said he and many of his colleagues believe the start of Phase 3 in the commonwealth is premature, as states across the country are seeing a spike in positive COVID-19 cases after rolling back restrictions.
For many in under served communities, it can be difficult to get to a testing site because of a lack of transportation, time or opportunity. Tuesday evening, the Virginia Department of Health brought free testing directly to the Southwood community.
Since the eviction moratorium was lifted on June 28, landlords are able to evict residents again. In order to keep people in housing, the City of Charlottesville is starting three programs to help residents and landlords.
University of Virginia officials say safety is the top priority for welcoming students back, but many of the university’s students are coming from other states - including those that have become coronavirus hot spots.
The Jefferson Area Board for Aging honored its members with a parade Tuesday, June 30. Cars started in Esmont with a police escort early in the day, then traveled to around 30 houses to deliver care packages.
The University of Virginia will pay $1 million to settle claims that it did not properly account for certain rebates and credits it received on purchases it made in connection with federal grants and awards.
Artists throughout the Central Virginia will soon have a new place to display their artwork in a secret location. Great Graphics Framing Shop is using its extra space to turn part of the shop into a speakeasy.
An education professor is challenging the University of Virginia’s decision to deny him tenure. Former students, faculty colleagues, and academics across the country are questioning if race played a role in Paul Harris’ rejected appointment.
With Virginia set to enter Phase 3 of reopening next week, central Virginia could see more out-of-town visitors. To give them a warm welcome, visitor centers in Charlottesville and Albemarle County are back open.