Charlottesville saw a year-over-year decline.
On Monday, an English classroom was used as a changing room for the Fluvanna County High School girls’ basketball team, and a poster depicting racist themes in the novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” was found.
The council agreed to require that applications for public events and demonstrations be submitted to the city within 30 days of the event if no street closures are required and 45 days if a street closure is required.
The UVa Health System said that an unauthorized party outside the university may have had access to the medical records of nearly 2,000 patients over a period of 17 months in 2015 and 2016.
The Charlottesville City Council next month will reconsider a special-use permit it recently denied developer Keith Woodard, a decision which put the fate of the downtown development project in jeopardy.
Mayor Nikuyah Walker said residents would have the opportunity to vote on options for the spaces formerly named for Confederate Gens. Robert E. Lee and Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson.
The Fluvanna County High School girls' basketball team spotted the sign when they used the space as a changing room.
“After a moment’s thought, and my wife’s exaggerated head nod, I said I cast my vote but I actually did not vote in the 2016 primary.”
The Senate Finance Committee adopted a proposed budget that would not accept the enhanced federal Medicaid funding for expansion.
As of Thursday, the ACP agreement had not been filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. And they’re not required to be, a FERC spokeswoman said.
“Most of the soccer fields listed on [the SOCA] site are simply school fields located at local elementary or middle schools. Their quality is often quite poor.”
Developers whose projects are funded through tax credits must agree to a use agreement stating the units will be affordable for a period of usually 15 years.
The policy is aimed at non-university-affiliated people and would restrict those activities to certain places and times, adding a new layer of scrutiny to a growing trend of time, place, manner restrictions at universities.
Democrats packed a recreation center in Goochland County on Thursday evening for the first large forum between three candidates vying to be their party’s nominee to face Rep. Dave Brat, R-7th.
The state’s tribes could not meet requirements due to courthouse fires during the Civil War that destroyed legal documents and state laws that classified Native Americans not living on reservations as “colored.”
If approved by the Senate, Thomas Cullen, a 40-year-old Roanoke-based attorney at Woods Rogers and a former federal prosecutor, would step into the role.
As housing costs in the Charlottesville area continue to increase, various community stakeholders have created similar groups that want to tackle the same problem but have seemingly different views about policies around the subject.
The institute, created in 1993, tries to help Virginians understand governance and government, ethics and campaign conduct and the complexity of public policy issues.